American Sign Language 4 Honors   (#0717314)

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Course Standards

General Course Information and Notes

General Notes

Major Concepts/Content:
American Sign Language 4 expands the skills acquired by the students in American Sign Language 3. Specific content includes, but is not limited to, more advanced language structures and idiomatic expressions, with emphasis on conversational skills. There is additional growth in vocabulary for practical purposes. Media selections are varied and taken from authentic target language literary works.

General Information

Course Number: 0717314
Abbreviated Title: AMER SIGN LANG 4 HON
Course Length: Year (Y)
Course Attributes:
  • Honors
Course Level: 3
Course Status: Course Approved
Grade Level(s): 9,10,11,12

Educator Certifications

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Student Resources

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Original Student Tutorial

Hallowed Words: Evaluating a Speaker's Effectiveness:

Examine the hallowed words of Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address." In this interactive tutorial you'll identify his point of view, reasoning, and evidence in order to evaluate his effectiveness as a speaker.

Type: Original Student Tutorial

Parent Resources

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Standard 7:
Connections:
The student will be able to acquire, reinforce, and further his/her knowledge of other disciplines through the target language.

Standard 8:
Comparisons:
The student will be able to develop insight into the nature of the target language and culture by comparing his/her own language(s) and cultures to others.

Standard 9:
Communities:
The student will be able to use the target language both within and beyond the school setting to investigate and improve his/her world beyond his/her immediate surroundings for personal growth and enrichment.

Note: Connections, Comparisons and Communities are combined here under one standard. However, teachers may divide this standard into three separate ones to align them with the national standards.