ASLP 285 - Practicum in ASL
This course invites students to explore some specific practical applications of ASL, to consider the implications of these applications, and to examine their own assumptions of these ASL aspects more closely. The studies in this independent course will help students who want to make the most of their skills, using ASL in practical situations (interpreting, peer tutoring, helping other students, or working in Deaf environment). PRE- or COREQUISITE(S): ASLP 269 and an earned score of 3.0 or better in the ASL Proficiency Interview, or consent of department. Fifteen hours of work each week to earn three semester hours; 20 hours of work each week to earn four semester hours. Formerly SL 285.
3-4 semester hours
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