DFST 335 Storytelling: Receptive & Expressive Skill Development 2 cr.  (2-0-0)

Storytelling ASL is a complementary course of instruction which guides the learner through the dynamics of American Sign Language storytelling from iconic historical and contemporary personalities of the Deaf community to further advance receptive proficiency and retention. Students will use course objectives of study application of expressive fluency skills within course activities and projects.


Formerly DFST 354.