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Course Overview

This course focuses on the foundation skills required for effective translation and interpretation. The course includes critical analysis and application 1) for systematically analyzing interactions and texts in order to ascertain where meaning lies, and 2) of understanding and developing the cognitive skills for translating and interpreting. Students will be introduced to and practice intralingual translation and interpretation text analysis techniques through main point abstraction, summarization, paraphrasing and restructuring a message while retaining its meaning. Discussions will address theoretical aspects of translating and interpreting techniques as well as specific issues related to interpreting skills. This class focuses specifically on analysis and restructuring in interactive settings e.g., ASL-spoken English interaction, ASL-TASL interaction, Intermediary interpreting teams. This course will help students increase their range of proficiency, comprehension and production of the ASL language, and use of contact signing for interpretation and shadowing techniques.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Admission to the program, completion of INT 223 with a grade of B or above, an ASLPI score 3 or higher (the INT Department will verify student ASLPI scores before granting course registration permissions) or permission of the instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate