WSU Global Campus Course Information Page

COURSE:

SHS 201 (Fall 2018)

TITLE:

American Sign Language I

SECTION:

02

CREDITS:

4

CROSS-LISTING:

 

DESCRIPTION:

Instruction and practical training in sign language for communication with persons who are deaf; deaf culture; beginning conversation skills.

PREREQUISITES:

COURSE MEDIA FEE:

0.00

SPECIAL NOTES:

Winter Session Course Information:

This course is part of the three-week Winter Session, from Dec. 14, 2019 - Jan. 5, 2020. Register in myWSU beginning April 8; choose the 2019 Fall Semester term and the Global Campus. Students can enroll in only one Winter Session course, and it cannot be their first course taken at WSU. Get a head start by accessing your Winter Session course space beginning Nov. 4, and review the Prepare for Success information on the Winter Session website.

FOOTNOTE:

COURSE MATERIALS:

TEXTBOOKS:

Some instructors do not publish textbook information until a few weeks before the start of the term.

If you choose to purchase your books from a vendor other than The Bookie, be sure to use the ISBN to identify the correct edition. Special edition textbooks or bundles may be available only through The Bookie.

Required textbooks may include access codes to online resources, DVDs or CDs, which also may be required. If you buy a textbook in a format other than the one listed as REQUIRED (including used textbooks), it is possible that additional required items will have to be purchased separately.

Title

Author

Ed

ISBN

Required

Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture Padden; Humphries 9780674194243 Y
Learning American Sign Language: Levels I and II- Beginning and Intermediate Humphries; Padden 2 9780205275533 Y

MATERIALS YOU GET ON YOUR OWN:

Product Type

Product Description

Electronics Students must have a computer with a built in webcam or purchase one separately that is compatible with their computer. And students must also purchase/own a pair of headphones.
Special Requirement Students are advised to refer to the Technological Requirements page for the Global Campus. The 'recommended' high speed internet is a requirement for the media content in this course. http://online.wsu.edu/video/speedTest/Default.aspx

The materials listed above are required for this course and you are responsible for obtaining the products on your own.

MEDIA WSU PROVIDES FOR YOU:

Select a ‘Delivery Mode’ (e.g., Media Center, Bundle, CD, DVD) link to view an item’s detail. Links are located in the table below.

Delivery Mode

Required by Instructor

Ships to you from WSU

Media Center Y No

COURSE COMPONENTS:

PROCTOR REQUIREMENTS:

This course has one or more exams that require the use of WSU’s third party vendor, Examity. Each proctored exam will incur a fee of $18.00. Students should schedule exams at least two weeks before the date they wish to take the exam.

To learn more about proctored exams, please review the information on the Global Campus Proctoring Services Website.

Exam

Type of Proctoring

Proctoring Fee

Time Limit

Instructions

Exam 1 Online $18 (Due when proctoring session is scheduled) 1 hour 15 minutes There are videos within the assessment; headphones are permitted. A dry erase board, writing tool, and eraser for the board may be used. No textbook or notes allowed. Instructor (Melissa Ratsch) should be called immediately at 509-714-9626 for any student encountering technical or exam extension issues before or during the exam.
Exam 2 Online $18 (Due when proctoring session is scheduled) 1 hour 15 minutes There are videos within the assessment; headphones are permitted. A dry erase board, writing tool, and eraser for the board may be used. No textbook or notes allowed. Instructor (Melissa Ratsch) should be called immediately at 509-714-9626 for any student encountering technical or exam extension issues before or during the exam.
Exam 3 Online $18 (Due when proctoring session is scheduled) 1 hour 30 minutes There are videos within the assessment; headphones are permitted. A dry erase board, writing tool, and eraser for the board may be used. No textbook or notes allowed. Instructor (Melissa Ratsch) should be called immediately at 509-714-9626 for any student encountering technical or exam extension issues before or during the exam.

SYLLABUS:

The final syllabus will be available in the Learning Management System.

The links below are to tentative or past syllabi providing a general idea of what the course entails. They do not represent the current course’s syllabus, requirements or expectations.

2019-fall-ONLIN-SHS-201-7986-LEC
2019-fall-ONLIN-SHS-201-8480-LEC
2019-summ-ONLIN-SHS-201-4163-LEC