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					Students who
complete this
program of
studies will be                                                             UA
able to:                                                PC I/TL ML SI EC CC /H
                  to converse fluently in ASL with
                  peers both hearing and Deaf by
                  applying the language in
                  conversations, ASL storytelling, or
                  narratives
                  to understand the grammar
                  structures of ASL and apply them in
                  dialogues

                  to demonstrate knowledge of the
                  Deaf culture heritage and Deaf
                  values through presentations,
                  papers, and written exams
                  to demonstrate knowledge of local
                  and national resources for Deaf,
                  hard of hearing, and late Deafened
                  adults through presentations,
                  papers, exams, or group
                  demonstrations
                  to demonstrate an awareness how
                  to work with Deaf people in a
                  variety of settings through
                  community service learning

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Productive Citizenry
Identify and analyze
ethical problems or
dilemmas as well as
identify and describe
those involved.
Demonstrate academic
integrity.
Comprehend and apply
the rights,
responsibilities, and
privileges required of an
informed citizen in a
democratic society.
Demonstrate an
understanding of civic,
social, and
environmental issues.
Analyze, apply, and
practice healthy lifestyle
choices.
Apply principles of
personal financial
planning and
management.

Understanding of the
Arts and Humanities
Analyze and evaluate
music as well as the
visual and performing
arts.
Demonstrate basic
knowledge of the arts,
literature, history, and
philosophy.
Utilize knowledge of
history and philosophy
in decision-making.

Develop creative
expression.
Informational and
Technological Literacy

Utilize basic computer
applications effectively
when performing tasks
that necessitate
computer use.

Conduct research,
critically assess, utilize,
and cite information.

Synthesize, integrate,
and contextualize
multiple outside sources
with individual voice,
analysis, or position.

Cultural Competence
Demonstrate knowledge
of one’s own culture as
well as others.

Demonstrate the ability
to interact effectively
within and across
cultures.
Analyze and describe
the impact religion,
mass media, politics,
economics, technology,
environment, and
history has on society.


Demonstrate the ability
to communicate
effectively in a language
other than one’s own.




Effective
Communication
Apply oral
communication skills in
order to maintain
relationships, articulate
perspectives, and solve
problems within
interpersonal, small
group, and public
contexts.

Apply listening skills in
order to understand,
analyze, and evaluate
messages and to
empathize with and
support others.

Read critically and
analytically, identifying
central arguments and
lines of reasoning in a
number of different
kinds of texts.

Demonstrate autonomy
as writers by making
effective rhetorical
choices regarding point
of view, tone, and voice
in relation to audience
and purpose.
Use logical, ethical, and
emotional appeals,
avoiding logical
fallacies in thought and
language and utilizing a
variety of rhetorical
strategies.




Mathematical Literacy

Apply mathematical
principles to solve
problems effectively in
science, business, and
everyday life.
Demonstrate a sense of
number to make
informed decisions,
estimate orders of
magnitude, read a chart
or a graph, and follow
an argument based on
numerical evidence.

Apply statistical
numeracy by making
sensible estimates, use a
commonsense approach
when using data to
support an argument,
and judiciously apply
averages and
percentages.


Scientific Inquiry
Analyze and apply the
principles of the social,
behavioral, physical,
and natural sciences.

Apply scientific
methods of inquiry and
analysis through critical
reading, research, and
experimentation.
Employ quantitative
reasoning to solve
problems and justify
conclusions with
reasoned and
scientifically sound
argument.
Distinguish between
unverifiable beliefs and
the knowledge gained
through the objectivity
of science.
Correctly analyze and
assess cause and effect
relationships in natural
phenomena.
COURSE #

           Students will be able to recognize and produce vocabulary from the
           Signing Naturally textbook Units 1 - 5 by instructor observation of
           classroom activities, written assignments, presentations, peer feedback,
ASL 120    tests.
           Students will be able to have a basic introductory conversation in ASL by
           demonstrating their receptive/expressive skills by having one-on-one
           dialogues.

           Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of Deaf history, Deaf
           culture and Community by writing papers, through participation in class
           discussions, and completion of written exams.
ASL 121

           Students will be able to remember, recognize, and produce vocabulary as
           presented from the textbook Signing Naturally Units 7-12 by
           demonstrating their knowledge through written receptive/expressive skills
           test, instructor observation, and one-on-one dialogues with the instructor.

           Students will be able to have an “everyday” conversation at a beginning to
           intermediate level and discuss the following: family & relationships,
           occupations, personality characteristics, campus locations, and make
           requests by successful demonstration of interviews, peer feedback, and
           dialogue evaluation by the instructor.

           Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of appropriate Deaf
           culture facial grammar, expression, and body movement by applying these
           skills for the instructor through observation and peer dialogues.

           Students will be able to compare and contrast the history and current
           issues of Deaf Education and Employment by demonstrating Deaf
           perspectives through written exams, essays, and papers.

           Students will be able to sign a conversation in the context of everyday
           situations at a basic introductory level of signing fluency by producing
ASL 122    dialogues graded by the instructor

           Students will able to demonstrate their receptive signing ability by
           identifying fingerspelled words, number systems, and grammar features
           found in ASL conversations with 75% accuracy while watching others sign

           Students will be able to create ASL stories via instructor assessment of
           basic descriptions and use of non-manual signals found in ASL 120 and 121
           Students will be able to synthesis vocabulary and grammar features found
           in ASL 120 and 121 through receptive and expressive skills via instructor
           observation

ASL 130
           In the context of a conversation, students will be able to comprehend 70%
           of the fingerspelled words and numbers used.
           Students will be able to choose and apply the appropriate number system
           required for the context with which it is used.

           Students will be able to recognize and formulate common loan signs.
ASL 140

             Students will be able to demonstrate how the contributions of Deaf artists
             (film makers, storytellers, authors) have impacted the Deaf Culture.
             Students will recognize the influence that social and political groups have
             on the Deaf culture and how this influence has shaped the history of Deaf
             people.

             Students will be able to distinguish the important values of Deaf people
             between those of hearing people and demonstrate an understanding of
             the specific aspects that relate to Deaf children, Deaf education,
             technology, Deaf history and the shaping of languages.
ASL 160

             Students will be able to identify the criticisms of Deaf education as it
             relates to language acquisition, literacy skills, and communication.
             Students will be able to compare the psychological impact of a hearing loss
             on various groups: Deaf, late Deafened adults and Hard of Hearing
             individuals.
             Students will be able to make a referral to the appropriate community
             agency or national organization based on one’s hearing loss, cultural
             identity, and individual needs.

ASL 196A-B

             Students will be able to identify the communication dynamics that arise
             when Deaf people are customers trying to access businesses such as
             government agencies, social service agencies, or public education.

             Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the interpreting process
             when requesting interpreters for Deaf people. This includes assessing the
             individual’s needs, language choice, knowing the Code of Ethics, and other
             pertinent factors that go into this process.

             Students will gain a deeper understanding of the technologies available to
             Deaf people and the choices they make when using TTYs, video relay
             services, texting, hearing aids, cochlear implants, etc.
ASL 199

             Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a component of sign
             language and/or Deaf culture through a study of individualized content.
ASL 220
             Students will be able to sign the story “The Fox Story” using role shifting,
             semantic classifiers, and eye gaze by demonstrating their expressive skills
             ability to the instructor.
             Students will be able to use temporal aspect inflections using repetition
             and continuous verbs by demonstrating their expressive skills ability and
             changing English sentences into grammatically correct ASL sentences
             graded by the instructor.
             Students will be able to use classifiers, SASS, NMS, and locatives when
             signing by applying these skills when presented with a situation and
             successfully describing objects presented in ASL.
          Students will be able to apply the grammar structures of relative clauses
          and complex sentences to their expressive signing ability by matching
          English sentences and identifying the appropriate ASL sentences signed by
          the instructor.
ASL 221
          Students will be able to set-up spatial and location classifiers when
          describing rooms/objects and when conversing about family generations
          by applying these structures in presentations.
          Students will be able to identify and formulate classifiers when describing
          objects, plurals, elements, body limbs by applying these skills through
          presentations and written exams.
          Students will be able to use grammar features in conversations when
          relating stories from their lives.
          Students will be able to explain how notorious Deaf people shaped Deaf
          heritage by signing stories.



          Students will be able to use role shifting, semantic classifiers,
          location classifiers, eye gaze, facial expression, and descriptions
          when signing an ASL conversation at an intermediate to advanced
ASL 222   level via assessment by instructor observation

          Students will able to translate English sentences into grammatically
          correct signed sentences via instructor observation

          Students will be able to able to demonstrate their receptive and
          expressive skills by producing dialogues with other students using
          the vocabulary and grammar features from ASL 220 and 221 via
          instructor and peer assessments

          Students will be able to produce their own personal DVD full of
          signed narratives, ASL poetry, and/or handshape stories via
          instructor assessment of expressive signing skills

ASL 250
          Students will be able to categorize the parts of a sign.
          Students will be able to analyze the morphological aspects of verbs, nouns,
          fingerspelled signs, etc.
          Students will be able to compare and contrast sentence structure.
ASL 298
          Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply components of ASL
          and/or components of the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the
          discipline.
ASL 299
          Students will be able to define and analyze components of ASL and/or
          Deaf culture through a specialized topic of the discipline.

          Students will be able to define, analyze, and synthesize components of ASL
          and/or the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the discipline.
                                                                                                                 Classroom
COURSE #   SLO                                                                                           Exams   activities   Dialogue   Discussion



                     Students will be able to recognize and produce vocabulary from the Signing
                     Naturally textbook Units 1 - 5 by instructor observation of classroom activities,
                     written assignments, presentations, peer feedback, tests.
ASL 120          1                                                                                       x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to have a basic introductory conversation in ASL by
                     demonstrating their receptive/expressive skills by having one-on-one
                 2   dialogues.                                                                          x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of Deaf history, Deaf
                     culture and Community by writing papers, through participation in class
                     discussions, and completion of written exams.
                 3                                                                                       x       x            x          x
ASL 121
                     Students will be able to remember, recognize, and produce vocabulary as
                     presented from the textbook Signing Naturally Units 7-12 by demonstrating
                     their knowledge through written receptive/expressive skills test, instructor
                     observation, and one-on-one dialogues with the instructor.
                 1                                                                                       x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to have an “everyday” conversation at a beginning to
                     intermediate level and discuss the following: family & relationships,
                     occupations, personality characteristics, campus locations, and make requests
                     by successful demonstration of interviews, peer feedback, and dialogue
                     evaluation by the instructor.
                 2                                                                                       x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of appropriate Deaf
                     culture facial grammar, expression, and body movement by applying these
                     skills for the instructor through observation and peer dialogues.
                 3                                                                                       x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to compare and contrast the history and current issues
                     of Deaf Education and Employment by demonstrating Deaf perspectives
                     through written exams, essays, and papers.
                 4                                                                                       x       x            x          x


                   Students will be able to sign a conversation in the context of
                   everyday situations at a basic introductory level of signing
ASL 122          1 fluency by producing dialogues graded by the instructor                               x       x            x          x

                   Students will able to demonstrate their receptive signing
                   ability by identifying fingerspelled words, number systems,
                   and grammar features found in ASL conversations with 75%
                 2 accuracy while watching others sign                                                   x       x            x          x
                   Students will be able to create ASL stories via instructor
                   assessment of basic descriptions and use of non-manual
                 3 signals found in ASL 120 and 121                                                      x       x            x          x

                   Students will be able to synthesis vocabulary and grammar
                   features found in ASL 120 and 121 through receptive and
                 4 expressive skills via instructor observation                                          x       x            x          x

ASL 130
                     In the context of a conversation, students will be able to comprehend 70% of
                 1 the fingerspelled words and numbers used.                                             x       x            x          x
                     Students will be able to choose and apply the appropriate number system
                 2   required for the context with which it is used.                                     x       x            x          x
             3 Students will be able to recognize and formulate common loan signs.                     x   x   x   x
ASL 140
                 Students will be able to demonstrate how the contributions of Deaf artists
             1 (film makers, storytellers, authors) have impacted the Deaf Culture.                    x   x   x   x
                 Students will recognize the influence that social and political groups have on
             2 the Deaf culture and how this influence has shaped the history of Deaf people. x            x   x   x
                 Students will be able to distinguish the important values of Deaf people
                 between those of hearing people and demonstrate an understanding of the
                 specific aspects that relate to Deaf children, Deaf education, technology, Deaf
             3   history and the shaping of languages.                                                 x   x   x   x
ASL 160
                 Students will be able to identify the criticisms of Deaf education as it relates to
             1 language acquisition, literacy skills, and communication.                               x   x   x   x
                 Students will be able to compare the psychological impact of a hearing loss on
             2 various groups: Deaf, late Deafened adults and Hard of Hearing individuals.             x   x   x   x
                 Students will be able to make a referral to the appropriate community agency
                 or national organization based on one’s hearing loss, cultural identity, and
             3   individual needs.                                                                     x   x   x   x
ASL 196A-B
                 Students will be able to identify the communication dynamics that arise when
                 Deaf people are customers trying to access businesses such as government
             1   agencies, social service agencies, or public education.                               x   x   x   x
                 Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the interpreting process when
                 requesting interpreters for Deaf people. This includes assessing the
                 individual’s needs, language choice, knowing the Code of Ethics, and other
             2   pertinent factors that go into this process.                                          x   x   x   x
                 Students will gain a deeper understanding of the technologies available to
                 Deaf people and the choices they make when using TTYs, video relay services,
             3   texting, hearing aids, cochlear implants, etc.                                        x   x   x   x
ASL 199
                 Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a component of sign
             1 language and/or Deaf culture through a study of individualized content.                 x
ASL 220
                 Students will be able to sign the story “The Fox Story” using role shifting,
                 semantic classifiers, and eye gaze by demonstrating their expressive skills
             1   ability to the instructor.                                                            x   x   x   x
                 Students will be able to use temporal aspect inflections using repetition and
                 continuous verbs by demonstrating their expressive skills ability and changing
                 English sentences into grammatically correct ASL sentences graded by the
             2   instructor.                                                                           x   x   x   x
                 Students will be able to use classifiers, SASS, NMS, and locatives when signing
                 by applying these skills when presented with a situation and successfully
             3   describing objects presented in ASL.                                                  x   x   x   x
                 Students will be able to apply the grammar structures of relative clauses and
                 complex sentences to their expressive signing ability by matching English
                 sentences and identifying the appropriate ASL sentences signed by the
             4   instructor.                                                                           x   x   x   x
ASL 221
              Students will be able to set-up spatial and location classifiers when describing
              rooms/objects and when conversing about family generations by applying
          1   these structures in presentations.                                                 x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to identify and formulate classifiers when describing
              objects, plurals, elements, body limbs by applying these skills through
          2   presentations and written exams.                                                   x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to use grammar features in conversations when relating
          3   stories from their lives.                                                          x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to explain how notorious Deaf people shaped Deaf
          4   heritage by signing stories.                                                       x   x   x   x


              Students will be able to use role shifting, semantic
              classifiers, location classifiers, eye gaze, facial
              expression, and descriptions when signing an ASL
              conversation at an intermediate to advanced level via
ASL 222   1   assessment by instructor observation                                               x   x   x   x
              Students will able to translate English sentences into
              grammatically correct signed sentences via instructor
          2   observation                                                                        x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to able to demonstrate their
              receptive and expressive skills by producing dialogues
              with other students using the vocabulary and grammar
              features from ASL 220 and 221 via instructor and peer
          3   assessments                                                                        x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to produce their own personal
              DVD full of signed narratives, ASL poetry, and/or
              handshape stories via instructor assessment of
          4   expressive signing skills                                                          x   x   x   x

ASL 250
          1 Students will be able to categorize the parts of a sign.                             x   x   x   x
              Students will be able to analyze the morphological aspects of verbs, nouns,
          2   fingerspelled signs, etc.                                                          x   x   x   x
          3 Students will be able to compare and contrast sentence structure.                    x   x   x   x
ASL 298
              Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply components of ASL
              and/or components of the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the
          1   discipline.                                                                        x
ASL 299
              Students will be able to define and analyze components of ASL and/or Deaf
          1 culture through a specialized topic of the discipline.                               x
              Students will be able to define, analyze, and synthesize components of ASL
          2 and/or the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the discipline.                x
Reports   Portfolios   Essays
x   x   x
x   x   x


x   x   x


x   x   x
COURSE #                                                                                             Spring 2009   Fall 2009   Spring 2010



ASL 120         Students will be able to recognize and produce vocabulary from the Signing                                     ASP
                Naturally textbook Units 1 - 5 by instructor observation of classroom activities,
                written assignments, presentations, peer feedback, tests.

                Students will be able to have a basic introductory conversation in ASL by
                demonstrating their receptive/expressive skills by having one-on-one dialogues.

                Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of Deaf history, Deaf           ASP
                culture and Community by writing papers, through participation in class
                discussions, and completion of written exams.




ASL 121         Students will be able to remember, recognize, and produce vocabulary as
                presented from the textbook Signing Naturally Units 7-12 by demonstrating
                their knowledge through written receptive/expressive skills test, instructor
                observation, and one-on-one dialogues with the instructor.

                Students will be able to have an “everyday” conversation at a beginning to
                intermediate level and discuss the following: family & relationships,
                occupations, personality characteristics, campus locations, and make requests
                by successful demonstration of interviews, peer feedback, and dialogue
                evaluation by the instructor.

                Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of appropriate Deaf             ASP
                culture facial grammar, expression, and body movement by applying these
                skills for the instructor through observation and peer dialogues.

                Students will be able to compare and contrast the history and current issues of
                Deaf Education and Employment by demonstrating Deaf perspectives through
                written exams, essays, and papers.



                Students will be able to sign a conversation in the context of everyday
                situations at a basic introductory level of signing fluency by producing dialogues
ASL 122         graded by the instructor

                Students will able to demonstrate their receptive signing ability by identifying
                fingerspelled words, number systems, and grammar features found in ASL
                conversations with 75% accuracy while watching others sign

                Students will be able to create ASL stories via instructor assessment of basic
                descriptions and use of non-manual signals found in ASL 120 and 121
                Students will be able to synthesis vocabulary and grammar features found in
                ASL 120 and 121 through receptive and expressive skills via instructor
                observation                                                                                                    ASP

Course Not being Offered-- will assess next time course is offered
ASL 130     In the context of a conversation, students will be able to comprehend 70% of
                the fingerspelled words and numbers used.
                Students will be able to choose and apply the appropriate number system
                required for the context with which it is used.
                Students will be able to recognize and formulate common loan signs.




ASL 140         Students will be able to demonstrate how the contributions of Deaf artists (film
                makers, storytellers, authors) have impacted the Deaf Culture.
              Students will recognize the influence that social and political groups have on
              the Deaf culture and how this influence has shaped the history of Deaf people.

              Students will be able to distinguish the important values of Deaf people
              between those of hearing people and demonstrate an understanding of the
              specific aspects that relate to Deaf children, Deaf education, technology, Deaf
              history and the shaping of languages.




ASL 160       Students will be able to identify the criticisms of Deaf education as it relates to
              language acquisition, literacy skills, and communication.

              Students will be able to compare the psychological impact of a hearing loss on
              various groups: Deaf, late Deafened adults and Hard of Hearing individuals.

              Students will be able to make a referral to the appropriate community agency
              or national organization based on one’s hearing loss, cultural identity, and
              individual needs.


ASL 196 A-B   Students will be able to identify the communication dynamics that arise when
              Deaf people are customers trying to access businesses such as government
              agencies, social service agencies, or public education.

              Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the interpreting process when
              requesting interpreters for Deaf people. This includes assessing the individual’s
              needs, language choice, knowing the Code of Ethics, and other pertinent
              factors that go into this process.

              Students will gain a deeper understanding of the technologies available to Deaf
              people and the choices they make when using TTYs, video relay services,
              texting, hearing aids, cochlear implants, etc.


ASL 199
              Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a component of sign
              language and/or Deaf culture through a study of individualized content.



ASL 220       Students will be able to sign the story “The Fox Story” using role shifting,          ASP
              semantic classifiers, and eye gaze by demonstrating their expressive skills ability
              to the instructor.
              Students will be able to use temporal aspect inflections using repetition and
              continuous verbs by demonstrating their expressive skills ability and changing
              English sentences into grammatically correct ASL sentences graded by the
              instructor.
              Students will be able to use classifiers, SASS, NMS, and locatives when signing
              by applying these skills when presented with a situation and successfully
              describing objects presented in ASL.
              Students will be able to apply the grammar structures of relative clauses and
              complex sentences to their expressive signing ability by matching English
              sentences and identifying the appropriate ASL sentences signed by the
              instructor.


ASL 221       Students will be able to sign narratives/poetry using role shifting, semantic
              classifiers, and eye gaze by demonstrating their expressive skills ability.

              Students will be able to identify and formulate classifiers when describing
              objects, plurals, elements, body limbs by applying these skills through
              presentations and written exams.
              Students will be able to use grammar features in conversations when relating
              stories from their lives.
          Students will be able to explain how notorious Deaf people shaped Deaf
          heritage by signing stories.


          Students will be able to use role shifting, semantic classifiers, location
          classifiers, eye gaze, facial expression, and descriptions when signing an ASL
          conversation at an intermediate to advanced level via assessment by instructor
ASL 222   observation

          Students will able to translate English sentences into grammatically correct
          signed sentences via instructor observation

          Students will be able to able to demonstrate their receptive and expressive
          skills by producing dialogues with other students using the vocabulary and
          grammar features from ASL 220 and 221 via instructor and peer assessments
          Students will be able to produce their own personal DVD full of signed
          narratives, ASL poetry, and/or handshape stories via instructor assessment of
          expressive signing skills




ASL 250   Students will be able to categorize the parts of a sign.
          Students will be able to analyze the morphological aspects of verbs, nouns,
          fingerspelled signs, etc.
          Students will be able to compare and contrast sentence structure.




ASL 298   Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply components of ASL
          and/or components of the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the
          discipline.


ASL 299   Students will be able to define and analyze components of ASL and/or Deaf
          culture through a specialized topic of the discipline.
          Students will be able to define, analyze, and synthesize components of ASL
          and/or the Deaf culture within a specialized topic of the discipline.
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