Course Details

Course Number

10533122

Credits

4.00

Description

Develops the fundamental skills required for producing concepts and ideas represented in American Sign Language (ASL). Learners will apply the appropriate English synonyms for sign concepts based on contextual meaning. Learners will apply more than one English word equivalent to most sign vocabulary word. A variety language and vocabulary building exercises are designed to help learners enhance their English vocabulary. Learners will develop awareness of local and regional sign variations.

Pre/Corequisite: 10-533-112 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERPRETING PROCESS. Condition: Accepted into the Sign Language Interpreting in Education Associate Degree program.

Class Details

Days & Times Room Instructor Meeting Dates
Monday 8:00AM - 10:50AM A219-Wausau Campus A Bldg Sign Victoria Shapiro Aug 29 - Dec 12
Wednesday, Thursday 1:00PM - 2:50PM A219-Wausau Campus A Bldg Sign Victoria Shapiro Aug 31 - Dec 15

Mode of Instruction

In Person
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Fees

$628.90

First date to enroll

Last date to enroll

Class Status

Open

Capacity

20

Available Seats

9

Registration

This class is only open to students enrolled in a program, or those with special approval. To register for this class, please first enroll in a program or request Dean approval.