Students learn how to create ASL sentence structures that can be used to form conversational sentences. They also learn over 200 new signs and cultural insights into the Deaf community. This course features interactive elements: live weekly review activities, live one-on-one signing appointments, a student discussion board, and an instructor-hosted wiki. This is the second course in a four-part ASL series (ASL 041, 043, 051, and 053) and is a continuation of American Sign Language, Part 1 (ASL 041).

Course Details

Note
All signing appointments require high-speed internet access (hardwired if possible) and a webcam. For your final exam, plan ahead with your proctor to ensure you have access to a DVD player to view the videos during the exam.
Prerequisites
First-Year ASL, Part 1 (ASL 041) or equivalent
Course Outline
Unit 1: Talking About Your Family
Unit 2: More About the Family
Unit 3: What the Family Does
Unit 4: Relations
Unit 5: A Deaf Family Member
Unit 6: Communicating in Signs and Other Ways
Unit 7: How to Communicate with a Deaf Person
Unit 8: More Signs from the Deaf Community
Unit 9: Talking About Transportation
Unit 10: Until Next Time
Syllabus