This is an introductory course to American Sign Language (ASL), in which students are instructed in ASL with the support of written English to build their receptive and expressive ASL fluency. Designed as both an introduction and exploration of ASL, the course provides a sound basis for how to sign in ASL and how it is used as a linguistic, cultural and historical pillar of the deaf community. Students enrolled in this course will be automatically added to ASL 112Y for the spring semester.

This is the second half of a yearlong course for American Sign Language (ASL), in which students are instructed in ASL with the support of written English to build their receptive and expressive ASL fluency. Designed as both an introduction and exploration of ASL, the course provides a sound basis for how to sign in ASL and how it is used as a linguistic, cultural and historical pillar of the deaf community. Prerequisite: ASL 111Y.