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Class Schedule - Winter 2018 (January 8 - March 23)

Revised 12/16/2017 07:45 PM

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American Sign Language

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Item  Course # Sec. Course Title Days   Times Crd. Open WL
1450 ASL& 121 A American Sign Language I MTWTh 1:30pm 5.0 FULL 14

1450 - ASL& 121 American Sign Language I

(H) Beginning sequence of three courses in American Sign Language (ASL), a visual and gestural language used by Deaf people. These courses are intended to introduce students to the grammar and vocabulary of ASL while focusing on beginning conversational skills. Introduction to the history and culture of those who identify themselves as Deaf. The focus of each of these courses is ASL, its constructions, use and value to the Deaf community. These courses will encourage small and large group activities with exposure to Deaf culture. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 4.

* The class below requires outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips.

There are 14 students on the wait list out of 25 for this class.

Item: Section: Credits:
1450 A 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 25 Bontrager L
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM MTWTh IND 103
1452 ASL& 122 A American Sign Language II MTWTh 12:20pm 5.0 FULL 12

1452 - ASL& 122 American Sign Language II

(H) Second course of beginning sequence in American Sign Language (ASL), a visual and gestural language used by Deaf people. These courses are intended to introduce students to the grammar and vocabulary of ASL while focusing on beginning conversational skills. Introduction to the history and culture of those who identify themselves as Deaf. The focus of each of these courses is ASL, and its construction, use and value to the Deaf community. These courses will encourage small and large group activities with exposure to Deaf culture. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 4.

Prerequisite: ASL& 121, placement test or instructor permission.

* Both sections below (1452 and 1460) require outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips.

There are 12 students on the wait list out of 25 for this class.

Item: Section: Credits:
1452 A 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 25 Bontrager L
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
12:20 PM - 1:20 PM MTWTh IND 103
1460 ASL& 122 S American Sign Language II TTh 5:00pm 5.0 4  

1460 - ASL& 122 American Sign Language II

(H) Second course of beginning sequence in American Sign Language (ASL), a visual and gestural language used by Deaf people. These courses are intended to introduce students to the grammar and vocabulary of ASL while focusing on beginning conversational skills. Introduction to the history and culture of those who identify themselves as Deaf. The focus of each of these courses is ASL, and its construction, use and value to the Deaf community. These courses will encourage small and large group activities with exposure to Deaf culture. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 4.

Prerequisite: ASL& 121, placement test or instructor permission.

* Both sections below (1452 and 1460) require outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips.

Item: Section: Credits:
1460 S 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 21 Bontrager L
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:00 PM - 7:10 PM TTh IND 103
9488 ASL& 222 CE American Sign Language V MW 5:00pm 5.0 16  

9488 - ASL& 222 American Sign Language V

(H) Continuation of ASL& 121, 122, 123. Second course in sequence at the intermediate level focusing on developing ASL fluency. Focus on the ability to narrate events that occurred in the past, make suggestions and requests, talk about life events, describe weekend activities, ask about nationality and family names and narrate family immigration history. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 4. This class is self-support (click for more information).

Prerequisite: ASL& 221, placement test or instructor permission.

* Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $535. Payment is due at time of registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.
* The class below requires outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips.

Item: Section: Credits:
9488 CE 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 9 Bontrager L
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:00 PM - 7:10 PM MW IND 103

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  • A Annual Course. Courses determined to be part of the Annual Class Schedule.
  • D Diversity course. This course satisfies the diversity requirement for all associate degrees.
  • EC Course is taught at one of several east Snohomish County locations: Lake Tye Building, Monroe High School or Park Place Middle School in Monroe; Snohomish High School or Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish.
  • H Hybrid course; a portion of the work is done online. You must have reliable Internet access or you may use an EvCC open student computer lab. Class meets weekly on campus. Online fee: tuition/fees + $2.65 per credit.
  • HN Honors; a class that provides an opportunity to do honors-level coursework, which, once completed will appear on the student's transcripts as {Course}: Honors
  • LC Learning Community
  • OL Online course. EvCC Online courses begin the first day of the quarter. WAOL Online courses begin at a later date (check the current start date for the quarter). Online fee: tuition/fees + $2.65 per credit. See eLearning for more information
  • WE Web Enhanced classes are face-to-face courses that require the use of Canvas or other web-based tools. Web enhanced classes: tuition/fees + $2.65 per credit.

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