ASL 2000 - Linguistics of ASL
3 Class Hours
A course designed to expose students to linguistic elements such as phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. The elements will be applied to American Sign Language (ASL) and compared to linguistic features of English. Understanding the differences between ASL and English linguistics, application of linguistic features to a discourse, and usage of critical thinking to evaluate produced texts are goals of course. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all Learning Support competencies for reading and writing, ASL 1110 , ASL 1120 .
Semester Availability: All
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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