Oct 25, 2020
ASL 201 - American Sign Language III
Class: 3 Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language II and covers additional vocabulary, grammar features, and non-manual behaviors, all focusing on conversational skills.
Prerequisite(s): Take ASL 102 .
- Vocabulary related to health, nationality, heritage, city and states
- Recurring and continuous time vocabularies and verb structures
- Making complaints, requests and negotiations
- Role shifting
- Complex sentence structures including phrases and clauses
- Specialized signs related to careers
- Biographies and historical events
- Presenting research findings
Textbook information can be found on the Book Inn Web site www.sccsc.edu/bookstore
- Access to D2L
- GoReact License purchased at the SCC bookstore or online
An overall grade of C or higher is required for transferability.
A 90 - 100
B 80 - 89
C 70 - 79
D 60 - 69
F 0 - 59
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Employ grammatical features of American Sign Language in both controlled and free expressive situations.
- Produce signed vocabulary and lexicon in both controlled and free expressive situations.
- Discuss topics in American Sign Language using vocabulary and grammar introduced.
- Develop culturally appropriate responses to situations.
- Demonstrate comprehension of messages given in American Sign Language.
- Converse with native users of the language.
For SCC Online Courses:
If the course you are taking is online, please review the SCC Online Policies that include:
- Required materials for all online courses
- Mandatory Attendance Requirement
- Proctored Exams
Standard SCC Course Policies:
Please review the Standard SCC Course Polices on the following topics:
- Academic Integrity
- Academic Misconduct
- Add/Drop period
- Appeals Process
- Class Attendance
- Classroom Behavior (traditional and online)
- Classroom Conduct/Expectations
- Lab Procedures (general SCC policy regarding this)
- Online Confidentiality
- Services For Students with Disabilities
- Withdrawal Policy
Official Course Syllabus