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Course Overview

This is an introductory course dealing with interpretation of English to ASL monologues. Emphasis is placed on comprehension of English prior to interpretation into ASL Course topics include effort in interpretation, restructuring, coping skills, simultaneity and repair strategies.

Credits: 1
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisites: Fluency in ASL and English at levels which permit full comprehension of source texts in either language. Also, students must have expressive language abilities which are commensurate with their current level of receptive skill.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate