ASL 202: Intermediate ASL IV
American Sign Language 202 is an advanced level Sign Language course
concentrating on vocabulary, conceptual accuracy, and skill building to
produce expressive and receptive spontaneous signed conversations.
Designed for students who have previous course work in other manual
communication systems as well as in the complex grammar, facial
expression, metaphorical and idiomatic vocabulary of American Sign
- Lecture: Lecture for ASL 202
American Sign Language
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