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This course is designed to expose students to the variety of features in ASL by recognizing and considering the ways those features are demonstrated in naturalistic data. Students will compile a collection of data sets, which will allow them to investigate ASL features. Critical analysis of ASL features including ASL fingerspelling, sentence types, and non-manual aspects of the language reinforces students’ abilities in creating, utilizing, and analyzing ASL materials for the purpose of academic research, pedagogy, and resources.

Prerequisite: ASL 290

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

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