INT 242 - Introduction to Interpreting Processes

2-2-3
Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to the cognitive processing skills that are components of the complex process of interpretation. Students perform exercises and activities that help develop the ability to translate and consecutively interpret texts in both ASL and English. Students are first introduced to individual processing skills which are later combined in the complex act of interpretation. Major skill areas developed include: visualization, shadowing, listening and comprehension, abstracting, structuring, paraphrasing, dual task, cloze and sight translation. 

Restricted to INTR majors.

Additional Course Fees: $85

Prerequisite

ASL 230 and ASL 231 with a grade of “C” or higher

Co-requisites

INT 240 (pre- or corequisite) with a “C” grade or higher.