Comparative Linguistics: ASL & English - ASL 220 at Reynolds Community College


         
 
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ASL 220 - Comparative Linguistics: ASL & English
Describes spoken English and ASL (American Sign Language) on five levels: phonological, morphological, lexical, syntactic, and discourse. Compares and contrasts the two languages on all five levels using real-world examples. Documents similarities between signed languages and spoken languages in general. Describes the major linguistic components and processes of English and ASL. Introduces basic theories regarding ASL structure. Emphasizes ASL's status as a natural language by comparing and contrasting similarities and unique differences between the two languages.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
3 credits

Schedule at Reynolds Community College

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Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
20975 ASL 220-OA01 3
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3:18 a.m.-3:19 a.m.
2021-09-13 Virtual WW
. Click on the Canvas tile when you log into MyReynolds to access your online courses. For information on Online Learning go to http://www.reynolds.edu/get_started/reynolds-online/default.aspx. New Online students must complete the free Orientation to Online Learning, prior to the start of classes.
Section OA01: Instructor will provide weekly study sessions on Zoom on Monday evenings (9/13 - 11/22) 7:00p - 8:50p which are strongly recommended. Zoom meetings will be recorded and posted in Canvas
. This section does not require the purchase of a textbook or additional course materials. Students who register for this section must have regular access to the Internet
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