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ASLD 616. Interpreting: Dynamic Paralinguistic Demands. 3 Hours.

This course examines a variety of paralinguistic demands in the context of interpreting. Types of demands will include emotional communication, accents, regional dialects, physical and mental factors (Cerebral Palsy, injuries, etc.), fast paced communication, etc. Students will apply interpreting theories, decision-making and reflective practice to both monologue and dialogic materials in both ASL and English. This course is offered at the 600 and 800 level with additional assignments at the 800 Level. Not open to students with credit in ASLD 816. Prerequisite: ASLD 603 or ASLD 803, ASLD 604 or ASLD 804, ASLD 605 or ASLD 805 or instructor approval. LEC.

Undergraduate Certificate in ASL/English Interpreting

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