b"causes and physiologicalIDT 1234 - American SignFurther study of the skills of aspects of deafness, and socialLanguage IItransmitting English barriers faced by deafinto Conceptually Accurate individuals. Deaf individuals andCredit(s): 4Signed English leaders in the community will be(CASE). Prerequisites:IDT invited into the classroom to1253. (3,3,0) discuss these topics along withAn introduction to Sign professionals working with theLanguage idioms and English idioms. This course willIDT 2313 - Sign-to-Voice deaf in various situations. Theintroduce ways to expressInterpreting I course is also designed for students majoring in interpretingEnglish idioms in signs and also for the deaf, teachers, teachers'the vocabulary for the signCredit(s): 3 aides, school counselors, and solanguage idioms. Continuation of forth. This course provides abuilding student's sign languageClassroom work giving verbatim review of a normal mechanismvocabulary is a primary interesttranslations and sign-to-voice of speech and hearing and howof this course. Deaf resourcematerials. There is an emphasis they are affected by hearingpersons, video tapes and otheron the use of tapes and loss, as well as an emphasis onrelated materials will besimulated situations. Vocabulary the history of deafness, trends inincluded. Prerequisite:IDTdevelopment, word endings, and deaf education, and the deaf1224. (4,3,2)use of temporary signs are community and its culture.discussed. Students will learn to (3,3,0)IDT 1253 - Transliterating Itranslate simultaneously from manual English to spoken IDT 1211 - Expressive andCredit(s): 3English and learn to interpret Receptive Fingerspellingfrom American Sign Language Studies skills required to(ASL) to spoken English while transmit English intokeeping appropriate English Credit(s): 1Conceptually Accurate Signeddiction. Prerequisite:IDT English (CASE). (3,3,0)2243 (3,3,0) This course will develop beginning expressive andIDT 2323 - Educational receptive fingerspelling skillsIDT 2243 - American Sign based on word and phraseLanguage IIIInterpreting recognition principles. Fingerspelling is an importantCredit(s): 3Credit(s): 3 part of communicating. (1,1,0) An advanced- level course inStudies techniques and ethics IDT 1224 - American SignAmerican Sign Language (ASL).involved in educational Language IWill expand sign vocabulary tointerpreting, focusing on special include English and deaf idiomssettings, code of conduct, and proper use in bothphysical arrangements and Credit(s): 4languages. Concentration will beresources for educational on proficiency in both ASL andinterpreters. Further study of the A developmental course,methods of simultaneousskills of transmitting English into meaning that the studentstranslation of hearing-impairedConceptually Accurate Signed (whatever their competency levelpeople who communicate inEnglish (CASE). (3,3,0) at the beginning of thevarious forms of manual English. course) are expected to growIncreased emphasis will beIDT 2333 - Interpreting continuously throughout theplaced on the development of semester. The students willnative-like fluency. Instructions develop a high degree ofCredit(s): 3 familiarity with and a respect forthrough conversational the usage of the basic principlestechniques incorporatingAccuracy and clarity in of American Sign Languageadditional principles andexpressive interpreting at a (ASL) through nonverbalvocabulary items.conversational speed. Refine communication techniques, eyePrerequisite: IDT 1224, IDTand build English-to-ASL skills. training, and fingerspelling. Also,1234. (3,2,2)Role-play and videos of actual students will be introduced to theexperiences will be used. basic patterns of ASL throughIDT 2263 - Transliterating IICorequisite:IDT 2243 (3,3,0) discipline and instruction. Corequisite: ENG 1113. (4,3,2)Credit(s): 3IDT 2343 - Sign-to-Voice Interpreting II 349"