Academics

Course Overview

This course examines factors involved in developing and administering an assessment of Sign Language students’ linguistic proficiency and sociocultural competence including curriculum design. Topics include the role and function of assessment, assessment validity, assessment reliability, the use of measurement instruments, current approaches to assessing language learning, lesson planning, and an analysis of current tools for testing Sign Language skills and knowledge. Students will develop samples of assessment tools and lesson plans.

Matriculation into the M.A. in Sign Language Education program

Program: American Sign Language

Other Courses

ASL-742

Curriculum and Assessment…

This course examines the philosophical and historical roots…

American Sign Language

ASL-402

Sign Language Rights…

This course focuses on understanding the deaf community's…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-403

Communication in Gestures

This course provides an introduction to communicating with…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-421

Introduction to ASL…

This course introduces ASL majors to the field…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-422

Application to ASL…

This course introduces ASL majors to the application…

American Sign Language

Credits 3

ASL-480

Introduction to ASL…

The course is designed to give students the…

American Sign Language

Credits 3