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Course SyllabusAmerican Sign Language (ASL) Beginning IISGNL 1402Semester withCourse ReferenceNumber (CRN)Fall 2015, CRN 71542Instructor contactinformation (phonenumber and emailaddress)Lyman (Joseph) Mann[email protected]Office Location andHoursCentral Campus, San Jacinto Building, room 192.6By appointment onlyCourseLocation/TimesSGNL 1402-01 Central Campus, SE-San Jacinto BDG,Rm. 188,M/W 12:30 pm-3:00 pmCourse SemesterCredit Hours(SCH) (lecture, lab)If applicableCredit Hours4.00Lecture Hours3.00Laboratory Hours2.00Total CourseContact Hours80ContinuingEducation Units(CEU): ifapplicableN/ACourse Length(number of weeks)16Type of InstructionLecture in American Sign Language, videotapes, quizzes, videotaping of signing skills,1
receptive/expressive final exams. No voice is used in ASL classes therefore, we expect thatstudents will adhere to this regulation also.CourseDescription:ASL II develops receptive and expressive ability and allows for recognition anddemonstration of more sophisticated grammatical features of American Sign Language(ASL). This course increases fluency and accuracy in fingerspelling and numbers, andprovides opportunities for interaction within the deaf community.Student must pass the final exam Benchmark with a “B” or better. If you do not passthe final with a “B” or better, you must take mandatory tutoring and re-test the finalexam.Course ContinuingEducation Units(CEU):If applicableN/ACoursePrerequisite(s)SGNL 1301 orSGNL 1401SLNG 1311CourseDescription:ACGM or WECMDevelops receptive and expressive ability and allows recognition and demonstration ofmore sophisticated grammatical features of American Sign Language (ASL).Increasesfluency and accuracy in fingerspelling and numbers.Encourages opportunities forinteraction within the Deaf community.Increases fluency and accuracy in spatialorganization and techniques, ASL narrative skills/conversation, facial expression, anddescription skills using classifiers.CourseDescription: HCCCatalog DescriptionDevelops receptive and expressive ability and allows recognition and demonstration ofmore sophisticated grammatical features of American Sign Language (ASL).Increasesfluency and accuracy in fingerspelling and numbers.Encourages opportunities forinteraction within the Deaf community.Increases fluency and accuracy in spatialorganization and techniques, ASL narrative skills/conversation, facial expression, anddescription skills using classifiers.AcademicDiscipline/CTEProgram LearningOutcomes1.Develop receptive and expressive skills in American Sign Language andFingerspelling;2.Develop knowledge and awareness of the differences between the Deafculture/deaf community and the hearing community;3.Accurately interpret and transliterate between ASL and English in a variety ofsettings: face-to-face, small group settings, monologue and/or large groupsettings;4.Apply professional standards, practices, and ethics, not limited to the tenets of theCode of Professional Conduct, to their work2
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