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American Sign Language 1: Topics
Intro
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Section 1
one

Common handshapes in ASL and introduction to Deaf culture.

Section 2
two

Facial expressions, pluralization, and possession.

Section 3
three

Initialization, tense, and negation.

Section 4
four

Iconicity, inflection, and classifiers.

Section 5
five

Eye gaze, noun-verb pairs, agreement verbs.

Section 6
six

Time concepts, timeline, topicalization vs. SVO.

Section 7
seven

Getting attention, dominant hand, ABCOS15.

Section 8
eight

Deaf history, signing large numbers, classifier H.

Section 9
nine

Code switching, contact sign language, numerical incorporation.

Section 10
ten

Cardinal and ordinal numbers, loan signs, lexicalized fingerspelling.

Section 11
eleven

Sentence types, videophones, video relay service.

Section 12
twelve

Name signs, modifying time signs, numerical incorporation.

Section 13
thirteen

How to become and interpreter, closed captioning.

Section 14
fourteen

Regularity, duration.

Section 15
fifteen

Classifier 1, self, interview.

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