Course Title: ASL 2

    Course Description: Loudoun County Public Schools describes the course as follows:

                Students will learn and practice their expressive and receptive language skills within the context of every day interaction with people and their home, school, and community environments. They will study the history of American Sign Language and the culture of the Deaf community.


    Learning expectation:

    The student will:

           Engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and     emotions, and exchange opinions (interpersonal mode)

          Understand and interpret American Sign Language on a variety of topics    (interpretive mode)

          Present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics. (presentational mode)

          Demonstrate the concept of culture through comparisons of the Deaf culture with their own culture.

          Demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of American Sign Language and their own language.


    Summative: 100%
          - Participation

          - Test/Quiz

          - Homework

          - Bell Ringer

          - Presentation/Project/PALS

          - Essay/Summary

    Formative: 0%  

          - Homework

          - Bell Ringer

    Pacing Guide for ASL 2  (subject to change)
    Quarter One: Theme- Contemporary Life 
    Topics                                                                   Units 
       - ASL 1 Curriculum                                          Review Units 1-10
       - Attributes/Qualities of Others                        Unit 11
       - Daily Routines                                                  Unit 12
       - Weather                                                            Unit 17 
       - Performance Assessment Language Skills    (PALS) 
Last Modified on September 15, 2017