ASL 311: Advanced American Sign Language
The purpose of this course is to provide advanced knowledge of the language and culture of Deaf ASL users. Everyday communication is the centerpiece of every lesson, including strategies to help maintain a conversation in ASL, without voice. Students will continue to expand ASL vocabulary while concurrently producing increasing advanced linguistic structures. Linguistic competence is enhanced through interactive discourse with native language users.
Prerequisites: ASL 211 or commensurate signing skills determined by achieving a Level II on the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) given by course instructors. ASLPI proficiency levels
- Lecture: Lecture for ASL 311
- Lecture: Hybrid Lecture for ASL 311