20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog

24. 2020-2021 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

24.33. ASL/CHE/CRK/FRC/SPA - MODERN LANGUAGE

ASL 1003

American Sign Language I

3 Hours

Through an immersion approach, students learn the receptive and expressive manual communication skills of American-born Deaf persons.  Students acquire conversational skills through targeted grammar, syntax, vocabulary, nonverbal communication and cultural/social understanding of Deafness.  Students who succeed in this class will reach from novice to high novice conversational skill level by the end of the semester; recommended for all SOE students.

 

ASL 1013

American Sign Language II

3 Hours

Students continue the work begun in ASL1003.  Students who succeed in this class will reach high novice conversational skill level by the end of the semester.  Prerequisite:  ASL1003 or demonstration of appropriate skills to instructor.

 

CHE 1113

Elementary Cherokee I

3 Hours

Elementary Cherokee is a basic language course that introduces students to Cherokee phonology, morphology, and syntax with attention given to the syllabary as well as the spoken language. Elementary Cherokee I acquaints students with basic vocabulary, common phrases, and modern idioms. The course is offered when warranted by student interest and availability of faculty.   CROSS-LISTED AS AIS1133.        

 

CHE 1123

Elementary Cherokee II

3 Hours

A continuation of CHE1113, this course is offered when warranted by student interest and availability of faculty.  PREREQUISITE:  CHE1113 or demonstration of appropriate skills to instructor.

 

CRK 1113

Elementary CREEK I

3 Hours

Elementary Creek I is a basic language course which introduces students to Muskogee phonology, morphology, and syntax with attention to the spoken language.  Elementary Creek I acquaints the student with basic vocabulary, common phrases, and modern idioms. The course is offered when warranted by student interest and availability of faculty.

 

 

 

CRK 1123

Elementary Creek II

3 Hours

A continuation of CRK1113, this course is offered when warranted by student interest and availability of faculty.  PREREQUISITE:  CRK1113 or demonstration of appropriate skills to instructor.

 

FRC 1113

Elementary French I

3 Hours

Students learn introductory French conversational skills.  The course focuses on developing the ear, pronunciation, essential vocabulary and useful phrases necessary for successful students to reach novice conversation level by the end of the semester.  Students learn minimal reading skills, although students are encouraged to work on reading independently as an aid to learning the language more quickly.  The course is offered based on student interest and availability of faculty.

 

FRC 1223

Elementary French II

3 Hours

This course continues the work started in FRC1113.  Students who succeed in the class will reach high novice conversation level by the end of the semester.  The course is offered based on student interest and availability of faculty.

 

SPA 1113

Elementary Spanish I

3 Hours

Students learn introductory Spanish conversational skills.  The course focuses on developing the ear, pronunciation, essential vocabulary and useful phrases necessary for successful students to reach novice conversation level by the end of the semester.  Students learn minimal reading skills, although students are encouraged to work on reading independently as an aid to learning the language more quickly.  This course is recommended for Criminal Justice majors.

 

 

 

SPA 1223

Elementary Spanish II

3 Hours

This course continues the work started in SPA1113.  Students who succeed in the class will reach high novice conversation level by the end of the semester.  This course is recommended for Criminal Justice majors.