FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS AMESF-DP American Sign Language-English Interpretation

Courses and Descriptions

AEIR-2001ASL 4

This course is designed to further enhance the study of ASL. It provides students with an in-depth exploration of ASL lexicon/grammar and ways of making transitions between ideas through exposure to a variety of ASL language models and styles. Students explore the meaning of content as it is revealed in context. Skills that will continue to be developed are: complex uses of space, use of classifiers, use of body and gaze shift, use of affect, transition markers, and determining appropriate perspective in specific texts. Exercises lead to a decreased dependency on English syntactic structure.

Other Course Prerequisites

AEIR-1002 Cross-Language Processing with a minimum grade of C+. Co/prerequisite to AEIR-2006 Interpretation Lab 1.

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