Sign Language/Interpreter Training 19 Advanced Interpreting: Sign to Voice
Students will apply their knowledge of appropriate ethical conduct and standard practices in the interpreting profession.
Upon completion of these courses, students will be able to process information from discourse from English to American Sign Language to English
Sign Language/Interpreter Training 20 Interpreting Practicum
A rough draft and final copy of a cover letter and resume will be submitted for evaluation of readability and content.
Students will explore creating online resumes and industry brands for their portfolios that can be viewed by job seeking Internet resources for employment opportunities.
Sign Language/Interpreter Training 22 Educational Interpreting
Students will apply their knowledge of appropriate ethical conduct and standard practices in the interpreting profession to a given interpreting situation
Sign Language/Interpreter Training 101abcd Individualized American Sign Language Laboratory
Given a selection of topics on Deaf Culture, students will read an article or book on two selected topics and write two two-page reaction paper responding to readings.
Sign Language/Interpreter Training 214 Fingerspelling and Numerical Concepts
Source: El Camino College