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ASLD 521. Discourse Analysis of ASL. 3 Hours.

This course focuses on analysis of ASL Discourse structure and features, such as use of space for cohesion, depiction, discourse markers, and use of classifiers. The course also focuses on the use of ASL discourse in formal and informal settings. Students study the genres of dialogues, public speaking, artistic expression, debate, persuasive and narrative styles in ASL. This course is offered at the 500 and 700 level with additional assignments at the 700 Level. Not open to students with credit in ASLD 721. Prerequisite: ASL V with a minimum grade of C; B recommended or instructor approval. LEC.

Undergraduate Certificate in Advanced American Sign Language

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...courses: ASLD 520 American Sign Language Linguistics ASLD 521 Discourse Analysis of ASL ASLD 523...