3 CreditsThis is the first course in the practical application series of courses to learn the art and science of ASL/English interpreting. This course is designed to provide students with an intensive study of the fundamental skills necessary to eventually perform simultaneous interpretation. The cognitive skills will include memorization, multitasking, and monitoring. The language skills to be learned will include cloze, abstracting, decalage, transcoding, register variation, paraphrasing, and articulation. Along with various theories related to interpretation, the Process Models of Interpreting will be learned and the ethics of interpreting will be covered. This course requires student research. Prerequisite: ASL 108.