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IPP2112 – Advanced American Sign Language to English pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: This course provides additional practice in specific skill areas related to sign-to-voice interpreting. This course focuses on advanced lexical development, syntactical language comparisons, voice production techniques, interpreting process analysis and diagnostic assessment. The course content is at an intermediate to advanced level of speed and complexity along with voice production techniques for simultaneous sign-to-voice interpreting for increasingly complex language exchanges.
Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in IPP1112
Corequisites: None
  1. Apply advanced techniques for managing the interpreting process within complex language exchanges.
  2. Demonstrate advanced ability to determine language use of consumers.
  3. Display appropriate language interpretation.
  4. Exhibit advanced ability of congruent and comprehensive sign-to-voice interpretation.
  5. Portray advanced ability to use American Sign Language syntax, such as topic-comment and subject-verb-object sentence structure.
  6. Perform interpretation self-assessments and set goals for improvement.
  7. Exhibit advanced speed and complexity of voice production techniques.
  8. Apply advanced lexical development toward the interpreting process.
  9. Make appropriate target language choices and determine the effects of context, audience, venue, time, circumstances, speaker, genre, issues and setting on the interpreting process.
MnTC goal areas: None

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