ASL 2236 Transliterating & Signing Modalities
Course includes practice in Signing Exact English II (SEE II), transliterating and various signing modalities used in special settings or by various special populations such as deaf-blind or individual with other disabilities. Students will focus on transliterating signed/spoken English in educational and technical situations and develop specialized vocabulary in areas typically utilizing transliterators.
Prerequisites: ASL 2201 and ASL 2231
- Organize information systematically and appropriately and transliterate at a minimum of 120 words per minute using conceptually accurate ASL signs in English syntax.
- Increase command of conceptually accurate signed English vocabulary.
- Demonstrate a variety of signing modes and systems used by various groups with other disabilities.
- Develop an awareness of SEE II system and demonstrate SEE at an entry level.
- Increase speed and fluency with an eventual goal of 120 words per minute.
Credit Hours: 3
- Classroom: 3 hours
- Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
- Department: American Sign Language
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
Not currently offered this term