Interpreter Training - CE
INT 301 – Sign Language Beginning
This course is designed to introduce the students to manual communication techniques used by the deaf and hearing impaired.
1. demonstrate the ability to sign the alphabet, numbers, and words;
2. identify hand and body configurations;
3. demonstrate the ability to interpret sign language;
4. demonstrate the ability to respond through sign language; and
5. discuss various types of non-verbal communication.
INT 387 – Advanced ASL Skills Enhancement
Expand skills with American Sign Language (ASL). Topics include advanced vocabulary, expressive communication, grammatical features of ASL and conversational skills.
1. demonstrate the use of advanced vocabulary,
2. interpret and use varieties of expressive communication,
3. discuss specific grammatical features of ASL, and
4. use ASL to demonstrate receptive skills.
INT 388 – American Sign Language Skills Ehancement
Develop basic knowledge of (ASL) American Sign Language and enhance and expand those skills. Topics include grammatical features of ASL, vocabulary development and expressive communications.
1. demonstrate basic vocabulary signs,
2. interpret a basic signed conversation,
3. demonstrate the use of expressive communications, and
4. use ASL in simple communications interchange.