This course expands the basic principles presented in ASL I. ASL II teaches students to use linguistics features, cultural protocols and core vocabulary to function in basic ASL conversations that include ASL grammar for giving directions, describing, making request, talking about family, occupations and routines, and attributing qualities to others.
4 credit hours
This 15 week course requires students to spend approximately 12 hours a week on course work.
- Prerequisites: Minimum score of 1 on RIT Language Placement Exam or MLAS-201 or equivalent course..
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