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AMS 150 - American Sign Language I


Addresses issues related to deaf culture and cultural diversity in the United States, including historical and theoretical approaches to signed languages. It examines the principal theories of sign language learning utilizing the two classroom techniques: expressive (speaking) as well as receptive (listening). The course is designed to build classroom communities that respect American Sign Language, the native language of the majority of deaf people in North America. Satisfies the Arts and Humanities core requirement.

(Cr: 3)



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