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American Sign Language
ASL-752 Sign Language Practicum
This course is a required professional field experience in the Sign Language Education program consisting a minimum of forty-five (45) observation and/or assisting hours. During this experience, the practicum student observes (and when appropriate, assists) sign language education. A required seminar is conducted regularly to review theoretical and practical applications of teaching, lesson planning, activities and assessment techniques. An important component of this course also includes preparing for the upcoming student teaching internship.
ASL 724, 741, 743, and 750 or equivalent courses; a B grade or above is required.
Program: American Sign Language
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