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IPP2113 – Advanced English to American Sign Language pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: This course provides additional practice in specific skills related to voice-to-sign interpreting. This course focuses on advanced development of simultaneous interpreting skills. This course centers on critical thinking and processing skills at an intermediate level with determining language needs within a variety of interpreting settings. The course content is at an intermediate to advanced level of speed and accuracy along with translation techniques for simultaneous English -to-American Sign Language interpreting.
Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in IPP1113
Corequisites: None
  1. Utilize advanced techniques for managing the interpreting process.
  2. Demonstrate advanced capability to determine consumers' language use.
  3. Display advanced critical thinking and processing skills at an intermediate level when determining language needs in a variety of interpreting settings.
  4. Exhibit advanced ability of congruent and comprehensive voice-to-sign interpretation.
  5. Demonstrate increased semantically appropriate English and American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary while interpreting.
  6. Demonstrate advanced ability to use ASL syntax, such as topic-comment and subject-verb-object sentence structure.
  7. Perform interpretation self-assessments and set goals for improvement.
  8. Exhibit advanced speed and accuracy of translation techniques for simultaneous English-to-ASL interpreting.
  9. Make appropriate target language choices and determine the effects of context, audience, venue, time, circumstances, speaker, genre, issues and setting on the interpreting process.
MnTC goal areas: None

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