ASL 6215: Advanced American Sign Language Conversational Skills
Course Description for Advanced American Sign Language Conversational Skills
Advanced American Sign Language Conversational Skills
Prerequisites: SPA 6625 and SPA 4615. Advanced Conversation Skills in ASL is designed to continue development of conversational skills in American Sign Language. Students will use the vocabulary and the skills that they learned in ASL-IV as support to communicate with Deaf and to refine the grammatical and linguistic structure of ASL. This course is also a preparatory course for internship the following semester. The content of the course will focus on two parts: conversation with Deaf and culture of the Deaf. The course requires a mandatory field experience at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. Course may be repeated for credit.