LIN 205 / TRA 205

Beginning American Sign Language

Noah Allen Daniel Buchholz

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The primary goal is to build a strong foundation for acquiring American Sign Language (ASL) and understanding Deaf culture. Students will acquire basic vocabulary and grammar through interactive activities in order to develop conversational skills in ASL. Students will also focus on developing visual skills, which are critical to attaining proficiency in ASL, through various exercises. In addition, the basics of Deaf culture and Deaf American history will be discussed.

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