May 24, 2022
ITP 211 - Fundamentals of Interpreting I 3 Credits, 3 Contact Hours
3 lecture periods 0 lab periods
Foundation skills required for effective translation and interpretation. Includes critical analysis and application for systemically analyzing interactions and texts in order to ascertain where meaning lies. Also includes understanding and developing the cognitive skills for translating and interpreting.
Prerequisite(s): ASL 201 with a grade of B or better or better, and WRT 102 .
Course Learning Outcomes
- Develop cognitive processing skills in English needed for interpretation
- Develop memory, acuity and discrimination skills in English necessary for interpretation
- Develop skills in repetition necessary for interpreting.
- Develop pattern inference skills necessary for interpreting.
- Demonstrate multitasking skills in the interpretation process.
- Distinguish Form from Meaning in English
- Demonstrate lexical substitutions in English.
- Paraphrase discourse in English and in ASL.
- Identify the main idea in English and ASL texts.
- Summarize English and ASL texts.
- Comprehension of Source Material
- Acuity and Discrimination
- Immediate Repetition
- Delayed Repetition
- Number Repetition
- Word-Level Pattern Inference
- Phrase-Level Pattern Inference
- Visual Form and Meaning
- Meaning and Visual Form
- Lexical Substitutions
- Main Idea Identification
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