INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERPRETING PROCESS
Develops the principals of sign language interpreting skills for work in the K - 12 academic elementary setting. Learners apply listening, analysis, memory to produce effective expressive and receptive interpreting work. Focuses on English and American Sign Language (ASL) discourse, grammar, and vocabulary. Learners develop visual spatial awareness.
Pre/Corequisite: 10-533-122 VOCABULARY ENHANCEMENT - INTERPRETER. Condition: Accepted into the Sign Language Interpreting in Education Associate Degree program.
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