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This course introduces American Sign Language (ASL) majors to the application of ASL instruction. Areas covered will be applied to ASL teaching methods, ASL curriculum and ASL training in the field. Discussion of ASLTA certification will be covered as well. Students will be able to apply ASL resource development to assist them in understanding the pedagogy of ASL instruction.

Prerequisites: ASL 421 and permission of instructor

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

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