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In this course candidates will focus on skills required for interpreting in a variety of academic settings. Candidates will learn to produce appropriate and equivalent interpreted messages between signed and spoken communication. Candidates will observe and analyze spoken and signed language used in the classroom and in extracurricular activities. Candidates will understand the interpreter's role as part of the educational team and how that impacts their work with students. Also included will be review and deeper exploration of communication styles, modes and language used by children.

Prerequisite(s): GPA 2.75 or better. SPED 3110 and SPED 3114 with B- or higher or special permission from the instructor. Score of intermediate or higher on the ASL Proficiency Interview or Sign Language Proficiency Interview. Not open to non-degree graduate students.