Middlebury

INTD 1014

American Sign Language

American Sign Language I
In this course students will be introduced to American Sign Language (ASL). This course is intended for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. Students will have an opportunity to learn social functions with respect to introducing themselves, exchanging personal information, describing simple narratives, and they will develop beginning conversational skills based on ASL vocabulary and grammatical rules. The fundamentals of the Deaf Culture will be examined through classroom demonstration and readings.
Subject:
Interdepartmental
Department:
Interdepartmental
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG WTR
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Winter 2021

INTD1014A-W21 Lecture (Pirone)

Winter 2020

INTD1014A-W20 Lecture (Pirone)

Winter 2019

INTD1014A-W19 Lecture (Pirone)

Winter 2018

INTD1014A-W18 Lecture (Pirone)

Winter 2017

INTD1014A-W17 Lecture (Lynch)

Winter 2016

INTD1014A-W16 Lecture (Lynch)

Winter 2015

INTD1014A-W15 Lecture (Lynch)

Winter 2014

INTD1014A-W14 Lecture (Lynch)

Winter 2013

INTD1014A-W13 Lecture (Lynch)

Winter 2009

INTD1014A-W09 Lecture (Bearman)

Winter 2008

INTD1014A-W08 Lecture (Bearman)

Winter 2007

INTD1014A-W07 Lecture (Bearman)

Winter 2005

INTD1014A-W05 Lecture (Bearman)

Winter 2004

INTD1014A-W04 Lecture (Bearman)