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American Sign Language Courses:
|ASL110 - Field Experience in American Sign Language|
Catalog Description: Introductory field placement in an agency, where American Sign Language will be utilized, under the supervision of agency personnel and instructor. Develops objectives for the internship in conjunction with the respective agency, instructor and student through a field placement contract. Develops helping communication skills, case plan writing skills and professional behavior through weekly seminar on-campus. Case writing, video critiques, and communication skill activities demonstrate knowledge of course content. Eight off-campus laboratory hours, and one and one-half on-campus hours per week. Prerequisites: HUS 101 and ASL 201.
Lecture: 3 hrs.
Lab: 0 hrs.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs):
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Identify in writing at least 3 professional behaviors in field placement and future employment.
2. Design 2 goals and 4 measurable objectives for learning in this internship.*
3. Write 3 case plans identifying for each: relevant background information, 3 objective behavioral descriptions, 1 measurable objective, 2 positive, empowering helper/teacher methods.
4. After the role-play of the student's own communication skills, document at least 5 types of skills used on a chart outlining the various communication skills.
5. Discuss at least 2 ways the student could use effective communication skills in the student's particular career population/client area.
6. For each of the 4 case plan components, write the equivalent documentation used in the student's internship.
7. Identify in a small group project, at least 1 behavior management technique that could be used with an individual.
8. Identify in a small group project and an individual assignment at least 2 empowerment techniques that could be used with an individual.
9. Write 1 lesson/activity plan that identifies at least 3 components covered in class.
10. Using a checklist of internship work skills, evaluate the student's own performance as an intern in at least 10 categories.
* This course objective has been identified as a student learning outcome that must be formally assessed as part of the Comprehensive Assessment Plan of the college. All faculty teaching this course must collect the required data and submit the required analysis and documentation at the conclusion of the semester to the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.
1. Professional Behaviors
2. Internship goal and objective writing
3. Case plan writing
4. Communication skills
5. Behavior management techniques
7. Lesson/activity plan writing
8. Advertisement design
9. Internship evaluation
Effective Term: Spring 2015