Discipline: American Sign Language
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite:acceptance into the interpreting program and a grade of C- or better in ASL 275 and ASL-212 or by placement. Designed as a lecture/lab course, students continue to develop the technique of consecutive interpreting as a tool for increasing schema, visualization, message equivalence and as a practice form for simultaneous interpreting. Students will expressively and receptively interpret from recorded texts in a consecutive format, and will gradually transition to simultaneous interpreting. In the lab, students will analyze tests for register, style and effect; practice consecutive interpretations of pre-analyzed monologues and dialogues; and practice consecutive interpretations of unfamiliar material. The students will continue to apply the concepts of peer feedback and self-analysis. (Offered every fall semester.)
|Term||Section - Professor||Day(s)||Times|
|Fall 2013||1 - Brian Cerney||MWF||11:15 AM - 12:10 PM||Books|
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