Frances Conlin

Courses

Term: Fall 2021

ASL 110.02 American Sign Language I

An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), with emphasis on vocabulary, ASL grammar, Deaf Culture and Conversational skills. Use of visual material (DVD), communicative activities, grammar drills, classifiers and Deaf Culture study. ASL 120 is not required to earn credit for ASL 110

Term: Fall 2021
Day/Time: Monday - Friday; 10:30 am to 11:20 am

ASL 110.04 American Sign Language I

An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL), with emphasis on vocabulary, ASL grammar, Deaf Culture and Conversational skills. Use of visual material (DVD), communicative activities, grammar drills, classifiers and Deaf Culture study. ASL 120 is not required to earn credit for ASL 110

Term: Fall 2021
Day/Time: Monday - Fridaya; 2:30 to 3:20 pm

ASL 130.01 American Sign Language III

This course is designed to advance students’ sign language skills towards conversational proficiency.  Students will continue to develop expressive and receptive American Sign Language (ASL) skills towards an advanced level, participating in larger group conversations of varying topics.  Students will increase their knowledge of ASL grammatical principles and Deaf culture.  Students in this course shift from “learning to sign” to “signing to learn” by participating in larger group conversations of varying topics of personal and professional interest.

Prerequisites: ASL 120 or a placement evaluation by professor. 

Term: Fall 2021
Day/Time: Monday -- Friday; 9:25 to 10:15 am