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This optional course is a continuation of Cross-Cultural Communication I. It is designed to help students improve their cross-cultural communication skills, organizational skills, and leadership skills. Students write about their experiences learning a new culture and their perspectives. Group discussion of stories and organizational planning are integral components of this class. Students continue building up their self-confidence. Students have an opportunity to experience and discuss Deaf Studies in a structured setting so that they may learn more about Deaf culture and appreciate it in their lives. This class focuses on the interdisciplinary approach to Deaf Studies and the major interrelations of American Sign Language, Deaf history, Deaf culture, and Deaf community. A review of literature, fine arts, and Internet documents is conducted as part of this course as well. (Credit: 3) Prerequisites: ELI 115 Cross-Cultural Communication I Co-requisites: Placement in Level IV or above, ASL II or waived

Program: English Language Institute

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