Genesee Course Listing
Official Course Information
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American Sign Language Courses:
ASL101 - American Sign Language 1
Catalog Description: First course in a sequence that develops skills and knowledge needed to become a competent sign communicator. Introduces basic sign vocabulary, principles and linguistic information. Presents structured and supervised practice of everyday vocabulary and various forms of sign communication. Introduces Deaf culture, Deaf education, family relationships, and other relevant topics. Emphasizes ability to use and understand basic Sign in context at the novice level. Instructor determines final placement.
ASL102 - American Sign Language 2
Catalog Description: Continues the development of receptive and expressive communications skills in American Sign Language introduced in ASL101. Introduces new sign vocabulary and principles in a supervised, structured environment. Focuses on simultaneous communication, Deaf education, and other topics of interest to the class. Emphasizes ability to use and understand basic Sign in context at the high novice level. Prerequisite: ASL101, or the completion of an assessment test given by the instructor. Instructor determines final placement.