INT 237 - Interpreting ASL in Safe Settings

Course Description

Effective: 2013-01-01

Studies roles, responsibilities, and experiences involved in interpreting American Sign Language (ASL) in community and educational settings, including ethical and business practices. Analyzes the specific linguistic needs of the clients, managing the environment, and resolving ethical concerns for interpreters.
2-3 Credits, Lecture 2-3 hours. Total 2-3 hours per week.
2-3 credits

General Course Purpose

To provide a controlled atmosphere within which the student can simultaneously interpret dialogic conversations between spoken English and ASL without the possibility of causing harm to clients.

Course Prerequisites/Corequisites

Prerequisites: INT 133 and INT 134

Course Objectives

Major Topics to be Included

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