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ASL 416 - ASL Linguistics in ASL

This course focuses on advanced aspects of ASL grammar including complex co-reference, the scope of non-manual grammatical markers, quantification, complex classifier choice, verbs of motion and location, and complex aspectual marking and agreement. Students receive diagnostic feedback throughout the course and are given specific remedial studies to pursue independently. Emphasis is on the production and comprehension of academic ASL.

Prerequisite(s): ASL 401 , score of 2 or higher on the ASLA or ASLPI, LIN 105 , LIN 185 ; or permission of instructor for students with native-level competency in ASL.
Credits: 3

Course Typically Offered: Spring
Course Type: American Sign Language

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