SLIE-231 ASL to English II
Credits 3 / 4 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), completion of ELAP-120 with a 2.0, or completion of RDNG-030 , ACLT-075 or ACLT-076 ; Minimum 3.0 in SLIE-230 and SLIE 205
Course continues to develop interpreting skills in the area of sign to voice. Intensified instruction is provided on style vocabularly usage and adapting to the variety of communication needs. The skill level required for a variety of settings will be analyzed as students develop an increased ability to receive complex information through sign language.
• Students will construct spoken English interpretations of ASL source messages with an intermediate level of accuracy as measured by video projects and in class interpreting practice. • Students will construct native sounding spoken English that matches the ASL speaker in prosody, intent, and register as measured by video projects and in class interpreting practice. • Students will apply appropriate cultural mediation techniques between Deaf and hearing cultures by exhibiting appropriate mediative abilities in their ASL to English interpreting practice as measured by video projects and in class interpreting practice. Students will apply their understanding of the ASL to English interpretation process to their developing interpreting practice for the purpose of current and future skill development as measured by self-analysis and reflection of samples of their interpreting practice. • Students will exhibit interpreting professionalism, decision making, and teaming competency in their ASL to English interpreting practice as measured by and in class interpreting practice.