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American Sign Language
ASL-370 Foundations and Practices in ASL...
This course introduces the concept of analysis and criticism of ASL texts. Students will learn how to provide feedback to other students who are doing ASL assignments in various disciplines. Students analyze the components of a variety of ASL rubrics and will prepare for the role of serving as an ASL tutor.
ASL 270 and 290
Program: American Sign Language
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