May 23, 2022  
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HUD 108 - Interpreting Process Application in ASL to English


A review of theoretical components and principles of interpreting processes discussed in Interpreting Process: Theory and Practice (HUD 105 ) for application towards basic skill development in interpreting and transliterating from ASL/Signed English to Spoken English. Theories and Techniques of public speaking are discussed and applied. Strategies for effective comprehension and text analysis are discussed and practiced. Skill development application will be conducted within class. 12 hours of field observation on specific aspects of ASL to English Interpreting will be required.
Prerequisites: ASL 202  and HUD 105  and demonstration of proficiency by examination.
3 lecture hours per week.
3 credit hours