CRSL 101
American Sign Language Fall 2022
Division I

Class Details

Interested students must complete an application through the Self-Instructional Languages Program and have it approved before registering for this course. Introduction to the alphabet and language structure with emphasis on communicative skills. Students will receive a foundation in the language, be able to hold simple conversations, and use a range of vocabulary related to daily activities and transactions. Students must be highly motivated in self-instructional learning, and will work with an outside tutor/examiner. This is a hyphenated course and requires a full-year of study in order to receive credit. More information can be found on the Self-Instructional Languages site.
The Class: Format: lecture; Twice weekly review sessions
Limit: 8
Expected: 2-8
Class#: 1223
Grading: no pass/fail option, yes fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: Midterm and final exams
Prerequisites: Sophomore or higher standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher; application to the Self-Instructional Languages Program in April.
Enrollment Preferences: Interested students must complete an application through the Self-Instructional Languages Program and have it approved before registering for this course; this is a hyphenated course and requires a full-year of study to receive credit.
Unit Notes: Minimum of two students, plus contracted tutor/examiner in order to schedule the course
Distributions: Division I

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