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    Terra State Community College
  Jan 22, 2018
2017-2018 Catalog and Student Handbook
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ASL 1010 - American Sign Language I

4 Credit
An introduction to the fundamentals of American Sign Language using a functional notional approach. Primary attention is given to receptive skills and using the language in context. Areas of grammar covered include spatial referencing, WH-and yes/no questions, non-manual markers, classifiers, negative responses, sentences types, role shifting, and topic/comment structure. Fingerspelling is also included and clearly defined, but strictly limited.

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