ASL 191 - American Sign Language ISemester Hours: 3
Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), including the semantic, grammatical, and syntactic components of the language as it is used by members of the deaf community. Interactive learning techniques in the classroom are supplemented by field visits and outside reading to enhance student skills in work with deaf individuals as well as people with autism or mental retardation who use sign language. Emphasis is placed on communication skills in educational, therapeutic and rehabilitation settings.
(Formerly REHB 191.)
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