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Course Overview

The course focuses on interpreting one-on-one and small group interaction in educational settings. Students will explore the perspectives, goals, history, political, and social influences that contribute to educational culture. The course includes a critical analysis of the structure and content of educational discourse, the ways in which language attitudes and language policy affect participants in the educational setting, and issues of appropriate ethical behavior. Students will apply text analysis skills to the translation, consecutive interpretation and simultaneous interpretation of texts geared to educational interaction.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Admission to the program, successful completion or INT 340, 344, 346 with a grade of B or above, or permission of instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate