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Tracking #: 2011-33                                                                         Form 1, Page 2

                                    CURRICULUM ACTION INFORMATION

1. Curriculum action(s) proposed: Check all items below that apply to this proposal.
       PART A                                         PART B
        ___ *New Program                              College Credit
                                                      ___ Bachelor Degree _BS _BAS _ BSN
        __X_ Program Modification                     __X_ Associate in Science
                                                      ___ Associate in Applied Science
        ___ Program Inactivation                      ___ Associate in Science Transfer Option
             End term program: __________             ___ Associate in Arts
                                                      ___ Technical Certificate
        ___ Program Reactivation                      ___ Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC)
                                                      ___ College Preparatory
        ___ New Course(s)

       _X_ Course Modification(s)                    Non-College Credit

       ___ Course Inactivation(s)                    ___ Workforce Certificate
            End term course: _________               ___ High School Credit

       ___ Course Reactivation(s)                    ___ Other (Specify: ________________)

       _X_ Internal Articulation Agreement           College Credit or Non-College Credit

       ___ General Education Requirement          ___ Applied Technology Diploma (ATD)
       (The following information must be                      College __ Non-College __
       completed)
       General Education Requirement -- Prerequisite to upper division program, ___ ____
                                                                                  YES   NO
                                                        _____________________________ ___
                                                                    Institution Name
2. Identify the effective semester for implementation: Fall Term, 2011 (20121). This term
should be a future term that would not affect current students negatively. All actions in this
package will be effective during the term indicated, unless otherwise reflected. Example: Fall
Term, 2007.

3. Proposal Actions.
Program Information, if applicable program layout must include information about “Record of Conviction of a
Crime”, drug screen, background check, immunizations and any other information required for licensing or
certifying agents. New programs and significant program modifications must submit a program assessment
plan, fiscal projections worksheet, capitalization plan and minutes of Advisory Committee meeting detailing
employer support for the new program or changes.


       The proposed actions for the Sign Language Interpretation A.S. degree program (221A)
       are a result of collaboration between this program and the University of North Florida,
       2+2 articulation to the B.S. degree in ASL/English Interpreting. There are no major
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       curricular revisions. The proposed actions include a redistribution of credits between
       three courses, changes in prerequisites/co-requisites, and changes in course materials
       which, mostly, include updated and revised materials aligning with current trends in the
       field. The internal articulation proposal will allow for working interpreters holding valid
       credentials/certificates access earning an A.S. degree, which will articulate to the
       University of North Florida B.S. in ASL/English Interpreting by providing credits in the
       courses which parallel the knowledge achieved through the credential/certifications they
       hold.

       Three courses which are not in the program, but are taught by program professors and
       adjuncts are included in these revisions. (ASL 1140, ASL 1150, ASL 1130). These changes
       are as a result of updated curriculum in the field.

       These above proposed changes are also a result of the self-study review process that the
       program is undergoing through The Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education
       (CCIE) to earn field specific accreditation.

Dean/IPMs - If a program is no longer active or students will not be able to complete the program as
originally registered, program POS change has been completed for each student _X_ (mark signifying you will
be responsible to assure this has been completed).


       The proposed credit redistribution will not affect students currently enrolled as long as
       they continue in the program with the recommended course sequence. If however a
       student fails a course in the sequence, takes a semester or more off from the program,
       or does not take courses following the recommended course sequence, the IPM will work
       with those students individually to ensure credits balance out for the required 51 credits
       of professional core.

3. Proposal Actions: (continued)

   a. Program Information (Program layout for college catalog must be included-see most recent catalog for
      format and inclusion, you may request from Curriculum office) OCP and workforce credit information must
      be included for all PSAV programs.

Program Title: Sign Language Interpretation (221A) (A.S.)
Program Code: 221A
Degree Type: Associate in Science
New or modified program name: NA
State CIP number: NA
SOC NAV# (if appropriate, assigned by MEI): NA
Industry Certification: NA


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 b. Course Information (if applicable) (list prefix, number and title, credit hours and contact hours. Course
 Outlines must be included for all new and modified courses.

 *New Courses:
    COURSE PREFIX                                                                 CREDIT          CONTACT
    AND NUMBER             COURSE TITLE                                           HOURS           HOURS
    ===============        =======================================                =======         =======
    N/A                      N/A                                                  N/A             N/A

Course Modifications: (course outlines are located at http://www1.fccj.org/curriculum/ and may be used
to insert in a package, so modifications can be applied. Please make sure all changes are shown on outlines)

 1. ASL 1000 – Orientation to Deafness
        a. Textbook modification - Remove Reading Between the Signs by Anna Mindness and Triumph of the
           Spirit by Angel Ramos and replace with Orientation to Deafness by Nanci Sheetz, American Deaf
           Culture: An Anthology by Sherman Wilcox, and Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture by Carol
           Padden & Tom Humphries.
 2. ASL 1210 – American Sign Language IV
        a. Prerequisite modification - Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to PREQUISITE- ASL
           1130 with a grade of ―C‖ or better or Passing score on the Proficiency in American Sign Language
           Communication Exam (PACE).
        b. Catalog course description – Course ID change and grammar corrections.
        c. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours.
        d. Textbook modification - Remove Numbering in American Sign Language by Cinnie MacDougall.
 3. ASL 1300 – Structure of American Sign Language
        a. Prerequisite modification – Remove ASL 1150. Prerequisite should be both ASL 1130 and ENC 1101.
        b. Student advising notes addition – Course can be taken before acceptance into SLIP if prerequisites
           are met.
        c. Course topic modification/Assessment modification – Removed some assessments.
 4. ASL 1430 - Fingerspelling
        a. Prerequisite modification- Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to PREREQUISITE:
           ASL 1150 with a grade of C or better (ASL 1150, previously ASL 1120; the course ID changed, but
           the course is the same).
        b. Add to student advising notes: This course can be taken prior to acceptance into the Sign Language
           Interpretation Program and can help students prepare for the PACE exam.
        c. Course topic modification – Modify course topics.
        d. Textbook change - Replace suggested texts Fingerspelling in American Sign Language and Numbering
           in American Sign Language by Bahleda & Cartwright and replace with ABC 1-2-3: Fingerspelling and
           Numbers in ASL by Elizabeth Mendoza.
 5. ASL 2212 – Beginning ASL Discourse
        a. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours per topic.
        b. Assessment modification - Standards must be reflected in learning outcomes, assessment methods
           revised/added.
 6. INT 1000 – Introduction to Interpreting
        a. Textbook modifications:
                 i. Remove suggested text Word Power by Meg Schneider and replace with 1100 Words You
                    Need to Know by Murray Bromberg; remove
                ii. Remove suggested text Cognitive Processing Skills in English by Carol Patrie
        b. Assessment modification – Standards must be reflected in learning outcomes, assessment methods

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         revised/added.
7. INT 1200 Interpreting I
      a. Credit modification – Decrease from 6 credits to 4 credits.
      b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours per topic.
      c. Textbook modifications:
               i. Remove Translating From English by Carol Patrie as a suggested text and replace with
                  Cognitive Processing Skills in English by Carol Patrie as suggested text.
              ii. Remove suggested text Word Power by Meg Schneider and replace with 1100 Words You
                  Need to Know by Murray Bromberg.
      d. Method of assessment modification – add additional methods of assessment.
8. INT 1201 – Interpreting II
      a. Textbook modification - Remove suggested text Word Power by Meg Schneider and replace with
         1100 Words You Need to Know by Murray Bromberg; remove The New Dictionary of Cultural
         Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know, James Trefil (Editor), et al.
      b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours.
      c. Assessment modification – Standards must be reflected in learning outcomes, assessment methods
         revised/added.
9. INT 1202 – Interactive Interpreting III
      a. Prerequisite modification - Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to PREREQUISITE:
         INT 1201 with a grade of C or better.
      b. Corequisite modification – Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to COREQUISITE: INT
         1210 and INT 1941.
      c. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours per topic.
      d. Assessment modification – Standards must be reflected in learning outcomes, assessment methods
         revised/added.
10. INT 1203 – Interactive Interpreting IV
      a. Prerequisite modification - Change PREREQUISITE to INT 1202 and INT 1210 with a grade of C or
         better (previously wrong course INT 1201 and was listed in ―student advising notes‖).
      b. Corequisite modification – Change COREQUISITE to INT 1300 with a grade of C or better
         (previously wrong course INT 1210 and was listed in ―student advising notes‖).
      c. Add to Student Advising Notes: Also recommend: INT 1942
11. INT 1210 - Transliterating
      a. Prerequisite modification - Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to PREREQUISITE:
         INT 1201 with a grade of C or better.
      b. Corequisite modification- Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to COREQUISITE: INT
         1202 and INT 1941.
12. INT 1300 – Evaluation Preparation
      a. Credit modification – Increase from 2 credits to 3 credits
      b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours per topic.
      c. Method of assessment modification – Remove assessments and add additional methods of
         assessment.
13. INT 1930 – Special Topics in Interpreting
      a. Course catalog description – Revised to better reflect course content; corequisite course listed was
         inaccurate.
      b. Textbook modification – Remove text.
      c. Course topic modification – Modify course topics.
14. INT 1941 – Interpreting Practicum I
      a. Credit modification – Increase from 2 credits to 3 credits.
      b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours per topic.
      c. Prerequisite modification- Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to PREREQUISITE:

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            INT 1201 with a grade of C or better.
         d. Corequisite modification- Move the following from ―student advising notes‖ to COREQUISITE: INT
            1202 and add INT 1210.
         e. Method of assessment modification–Remove assessments and add additional methods of assessment
   15. INT 1942 Interpreting Practicum II
         a. Prerequisite modification - Add completion of professional core courses with a ―C‖ or better.
         b. Contact hours – Increase the contact hours for internship from 100 to 160; add additional hours to
            course topics.
   16. ASL 1140 – American Sign Language I
         a. Textbook modification - Remove Signing Naturally Level 1 by Cheri Smith, et al. and replace with
            Signing Naturally Units 1 -6 by Cheri Smith, et al.
         b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours.
   17. ASL 1150 – American Sign Language II
         a. Textbook modifications:
                  i. Remove Signing Naturally Level 1 by Cheri Smith, et al. and replace with Signing Naturally
                     Units 7-12 by Cheri Smith, et al.
                 ii. Remove Numbering in American Sign Language by Cinnie MacDougall.
         b. Course topic modification – Modify course topics and contact hours.
   18. ASL 1130 – American Sign Language III
         a. Add to Prerequisite: ASL 1150 and with a grade “C’ or better
         b. Change to Catalog Course Description “ This course is a continuation of American Sign
            Language II ADD , remove ASL 1140
         c. Textbook modification - Remove Numbering in American Sign Language by Cinnie MacDougall.
         d. Course topic modification - Modify course topics and contact hours

Course Inactivations and Replacements: N/A


4. Please describe how current and past students are affected by this change indicating how
   you plan to identify and resolve individual issues and how you plan to communicate these
   changes to affected students.

      The proposed credit redistributions will not affect students currently enrolled as long as
      they continue in the program with the recommended course sequence. If, however, a
      student fails a course, takes a semester or more off from the program, or does not take
      courses following the recommended course sequence, the IPM will work with those
      students individually to ensure credits balance out for the required 51 credits of
      professional core. This would only affect students in the second semester (of the five
      semester program), which is where the credit decrease is being proposed.

      All other proposed changes will not affect current or past students, as they are
      prerequisite, corequisite, textbook, course topics, and assessment method changes. The
      Prerequisite changes are being made to reflect the ‗Scope and Sequence‘ interpreting
      students follow as a natural progression of the program. These courses are offered as
      part of a cohort sequence that students must follow. The changes are actually what had
      been listed in the past however, somehow through the curriculum process, several
      perquisites and corequisites were listed as ―student advising notes‖ in error.

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5. Should this course be offered in distance learning or other unique instructional format
   (please specify which format)? Why or why not? For assistance, see website:

 http://www.distancelearning.org/Faculty/facresource.html

      The courses proposed in these revisions do not lend themselves towards distance learning
      due to the visual-spatial nature of the language. Other courses in our program that do
      lend themselves to distance learning are currently being offered in a hybrid format (ASL
      1000, INT 1402). There is a course, currently not undergoing revision, that may be
      considered for online and/or hybrid formats in the future (INT 1930).

6. Include appropriate background information. The following questions are information to
include in your response. Is this a state requirement? What is the requirement and why must we
implement it? Has history shown students need this course/program for some reason? Will this
meet some specific workforce, university transfer or student success need? Are there
partners, grant requirements, faculty collaborations or other reasons leading to the
development of this course/program?

      The proposed internal articulation is a direct result of a need for previously
      credentialed/certified interpreters to gain access to the UNF B.S. ASL/English
      Interpreting degree through our A.S. degree and 2+2 articulation agreement with UNF.
      The Sign Language interpreting profession began implementing degree requirements in
      2009 (AA/AS) and will increase that requirement to BA/BS degrees in 2012. Many
      seasoned interpreters lack the required coursework to pursue higher-level degrees and
      by awarding college credits to those interpreters, their path to the A.S. degree is more
      appropriate for their educational needs. The field of interpreting offers a large variety
      of credentials/certifications, which reflect the interpreters‘ abilities, and by awarding
      students a varied amount of credits depending on their credential/certification, our
      institution is responding to workforce needs, university transfer needs and student
      success needs simultaneously.

      Regarding the program curricular modifications, the credit redistribution in three of the
      courses (INT 1200, INT 1941 and INT 1300) and the increase in contact hours for the
      internship course (INT 1942) are the only major course/program revisions. Most
      proposed actions reflect changes in prerequisites, corequisites, course materials, and
      course topics. As mentioned previously, revisions are a result of ongoing collaboration
      with the faculty and advisory committee involved in the 2+2 program as well as the self-
      study review process as the program is seeking field specific accreditation.

7. Write a rationale/need for the above action(s). This response should address the following
questions. Is there a need for this course/program in our service district? How wills this

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impact student success for upper division instruction or job placement? If the College already
has a similar course/program, why are we developing this program/course and what are the
differences between the programs and courses? How many students and businesses or transfer
institutions will benefit? Does this course/program support a College goal or initiative?

      The course materials changes will better align with the current trends in the field as well
      as better prepare students for both the state and national credentialing/certification
      exams. The prerequisite and corequisite changes will provide students with the
      foundation needed to be successful in the recommended sequence of courses, and allow
      for additional shared assessments and instruction within those courses. With an emphasis
      on institutional effectiveness and the implementation of program assessments in more
      recent years, these changes will enable more accurate assessments of student learning
      and reporting of the data. The increase in contact hours in the internship course (INT
      1942) is a direct result of advisory committee and student feedback recommending more
      real life experience in ―hot seat‖ interpreting prior to graduation. Finally, these changes
      will better prepare students for success in the B.S. ASL/English Interpreting degree at
      UNF for those students continuing on that path.

      Additional notes regarding specific changes are noted below:
         Suggested Text adoption will affect students taking INT 1000, INT 1200, and
            INT 1201 because the previous book, Word Power by Meg Schneider, is currently
            out of print; a new book must be adopted.
         Suggested textbooks written by Carol Patrie for INT 1000 and INT 1200 will only
            affect current and past students in that they will use the textbooks later in the
            ‗scope and sequence‘ of the program (either in INT 1201 or used at UNF in our
            articulation agreement).
         ASL 1430 textbook change is being made because the replacement textbook, ABC,
            123: Fingerspelling and Numbers in ASL by Elizabeth Mendoza, has an
            accompanying DVD the students can use to their benefit as additional practice
            opportunities.
         ASL 1000 textbook changes were made to align more closely with course
            objectives.
         ASL 1140 & ASL 1150 textbook changes were due to publisher revisions of the
            text. Removing the text Numbering in American Sign Language by Bahleda &
            Cartwright from ASL 1150, ASL 1130 & ASL 1210 were due to revised texts being
            more inclusive of the topics this book covered and a need to cut textbook costs for
            students.
         Prerequisite and corequisite course changes were made mostly as a result of errors
            in listing these under course advising notes rather than requirements.
         All course topic revisions were made to reflect textbooks that were added or
            removed to the course outlines.
         Changes made to assessment methods were a direct result of the program
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             assessment plan being implemented.
            INT 1942 increased the contact hours required for internship from 100 to 160
             hours to enhance the real life interpreting experiences students receive during
             their internship. A need for additional ―hot seat‖ (actual interpreting) is crucial in
             developing the skills to take and pass the state credentialing exam and gain the
             experience needed to join the workforce upon graduation.

8. Programs, articulated agreements, or courses affected by this proposal:

         a. Identify other existing programs of study or courses that this proposal will affect,
            and explain how they will be affected. (Program title, program code, required or
            elective).

             These changes will not impact any other programs of study at the College.

         b. If there are existing internal or external (inter-institutional) articulation
            agreements that will be impacted by this proposal request, please contact as
            appropriate:
                Courses intended for transfer and External Upper division articulations
                  (2+2): Liberal Arts Department at 632-3261.
                Internal articulations (i.e. workforce credit certificate programs to a college
                  credit program): Contact Workforce Development at 632-5049.
                Career Pathways articulations; call 632-3277 for more information.

             These changes will not impact the articulation agreement our institution has with
             the B.S. in ASL/English Interpreting at UNF. It will, in fact, support the
             requirements students will need to be transfer-ready into the UNF program.

             The addition of the internal articulation is being proposed, however there are no
             current articulations that will be impacted. The proposal of the internal
             articulation has been reviewed by UNF, the advisory committee, and all faculty
             involved in this program.

9. Fiscal Notes: This response must include specific information on the financial impact to
students and the. This section should be concise, unless there are special circumstances
related to the /program. This section should address the following questions. Will there be
unusual costs to students? Will faculty salaries to teach course/program be higher or lower
than standard rates? Will additional staff or be required and if so, what are the costs to the
institution? Will the institution have to purchase additional equipment, supplies, software,
and/or materials not currently owned by the college? Are there grant or business partnerships
that will provide funds to establish the course/program? Will business partnerships cover the
course/program costs?
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      There are no unusual costs to these changes. New courses are not being added and
      credits are only being redistributed. If anything, the textbook deletions and changes will
      assist students in their costs for the program.

10. Financial Information: Special fees: (Fee form must be completed and sent to Finance on all
special fees; form is located at website: http://www1.fccj.org/curriculum/forms/fee_chg.doc).
Budget and Department must be filled in for all new programs and courses. Contact Finance if
you have any questions.)

   Budget number: __                  Department:       __

11. If you selected this course as a General Education Requirement, you must identify which
category below. The course outline, next to course topic must identify the goal number the
course topic addresses (a package with the selection criteria will be provided by Curriculum
Services).
     (Place an "X" next to category). N/A
     COURSE AREA                      CATEGORY
     Category I. --                   Communications             A __ B __ C __
     Category II. --                  Humanities                 A __ B __
     Category III. --                 Mathematics                         __
     Category IV. --                  Natural Sciences           A __ B __
     Category V. --                   Social Environment         A __ B __ C __

12. Evaluation: This response requests specific information on how you will assess the
effectiveness of the course/program as it benefits students and the college. This section is
also concise but should address the following: credit transfer course: review of student
enrollment, completion and grades, as well as students ability to move to higher level courses if
applicable; credit or non-credit workforce: review of student enrollment, completion, job
placement, as well as business involvement in development, revision and evaluation
of the course/program and student success; and, adult education courses should include the
same information credit transfer courses but should also include job placement analysis.

      Ongoing program assessment, incorporated into our program, will have the capability to
      assess the proposed actions.

13. Do you feel that this proposal will have any special impact on the recruitment and retention
of disadvantaged students? If so, please explain.

   This proposal does not include changes that will severely impact the recruitment and
   retention of disadvantaged students. If referring to economically disadvantaged students,
   our textbook changes will decrease the overall textbook costs for students in the program.
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  In addition, awarded credits to interpreters holding credentials/certifications will cut the
  costs of tuition to earn an A.S. degree and pursue a B.S. degree through the articulation with
  UNF.

14. Answer the following (if appropriate). Earn credit how many times: NA
Gordon Rule course: _ yes _X no
Grading Method or any special instructions (if other than standard): NA

E-mail package to KPOPE@FSCJ.EDU. If you have any questions, please call 632-3292.
The curriculum services office is located at MCCS/367. Our fax number is 633-8280.




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Sign Language Interpretation (221A) (A.S.)

Associate in Science
This program prepares students for employment as interpreters for the deaf, and provides supplemental training for persons previously
or currently employed in occupations such as nursing, education and human services agencies. Students learn vocabulary and
linguistic principles of the language and the process for interpreting into both English and American Sign Language (ASL). Students
will also study the ethical and professional considerations of working in this field. Finally, cognitive information is presented which
deals with aspects of deaf culture and the phenomenon of deafness itself. REMOVE

The Associate of Science in Sign Language Interpretation prepares students who possess intermediate American Sign
Language proficiency, for both state-level interpreter screening and the prerequisite knowledge/skills for entrance into a
Baccalaureate level ASL/English interpretation program. Program curriculum provides a foundation in theories of
interpretation with an emphasis on interpreting skill development. In addition to coursework, students are provided with
progressive simulated experiences and ongoing diagnostic feedback. The program culminates in a skills-based internship
aimed at gainful employment in the field of sign language interpretation.

The Sign Language Interpretation Program (SLIP) is a selective access program and admission is based on passing the
Proficiency in American Sign Language Exam (PACE), which is administered by the SLIP staff. Students may have achieved
the requisite ASL skills through life experience or formal instruction.


Need More Information? Contact:

Lori Cimino, South Campus, (904) 646-2392

Curriculum


Total Credit Hours: 72

General Education (Credit Hours: 21)


*Refer to A.S./A.A.S. General Education Requirements .

         *Social and Behavioral Science Credit Hours: 3
         *Humanities Credit Hours: 3
         *Mathematics Credit Hours: 6

        ENC 1101 - English Composition I Credit Hours: 3
        ENC 1102 - Writing About Non-Fiction Credit Hours: 3
        or LIT 2000 - Introduction to Literature: Writing about Fiction Credit Hours: 3
        SPC 2608 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking Credit Hours: 3

Professional Courses (Credit Hours: 51)


        ASL 1000 - Orientation to Deafness Credit Hours: 3
        ASL 1210 - American Sign Language IV Credit Hours: 3
        ASL 1300 - Structure of American Sign Language Credit Hours: 3
        ASL 1430 - Fingerspelling Credit Hours: 3
        ASL 2212 - Beginning ASL Discourse Credit Hours: 3
        INT 1000 - Introduction to Interpreting Credit Hours: 4
        INT 1200 - Interpreting I Credit Hours: 6 4
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       INT 1201 - Interpreting II Credit Hours: 4
       INT 1202 - Interpreting III Credit Hours: 3
       INT 1203 - Interpreting IV Credit Hours: 3
       INT 1210 - Transliterating Credit Hours: 3
       or INT 1440 - Oral Transliteration Credit Hours: 3
       INT 1300 - Evaluation Preparation Credit Hours: 2 3
       INT 1402 - Issues in Educational Interpreting Credit Hours: 3
       INT 1930 - Special Topics in Interpreting Credit Hours: 2
       INT 1941 - Interpreting Practicum I Credit Hours: 2 3
       INT 1942 - Interpreting Practicum II Credit Hours: 4

Note


ASL 1140 (American Sign Language I) and ASL 1150 (American Sign Language II) are offered for college
foreign language credit. ASL 1130 (American Sign Language III) is offered to assist students in developing
requisite skills to pass the PACE.

Graduation Requirements


In order to be awarded the associate in science or associate in applied science degree, students must have met
the following requirements:

   1.   Earned a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) at Florida State College in courses eligible toward the associate in science
        or applied science degree programs (A.S. Florida State College GPA or A.A.S. Florida State College GPA).
   2.   Earned an all–college cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) on all courses attempted, including transferred credits. (All
        college cumulative).
   3.   Completed at least 25 percent of credit semester hours required for the degree at Florida State College.
   4.   Completed a minimum of 60 semester hours, as specified by the degree, of which a minimum of 15 semester hours must be
        General Education requirements.
   5.   Earned a grade of at least a “C” in each course used to satisfy the A.S./A.A.S. General Education Requirements .
   6.   Can demonstrate mastery of the Information Literacy Assessment. Refer to the assessment section for details.

Note: Students are cautioned to pay particular attention to the following statements.

   1.   Graduation dates will be the date at the end of the college term in which the students complete the academic requirements for
        the degree or certificate for which students are applicants. (The removal of an incomplete grade does not affect students’
        graduation dates, since the grade change is effective as of the end of the term in which the incomplete grade was assigned
        rather than the term in which the incomplete work was made up.)
   2.   If students expect to complete the coursework under the terms of the catalog in effect during the term of their first
        registration, they must graduate within five years or they will need to be reassigned to an active catalog. Accordingly,
        students who enter under this catalog (2010/2011) must graduate by the end of the Summer Term 2015, or they will
        automatically be reassigned to the 2014/2015 catalog requirements. Changes to requirements as mandated by law or by rule
        of the District Board of Trustees may supersede this provision.
   3.   The General Education Requirements may be taken on any Florida State College campus or center.
   4.   Many courses in this catalog have prerequisite and/or corequisite courses which are listed in the course descriptions. Students
        are advised to be guided by these requirements.
   5.   Students who place into college preparatory courses are required to complete designated college preparatory courses with a
        grade of “C” or better regardless of program of study.
   6.   Students enrolling in associate in applied science programs must pass all sections of the placement test before award of an
        A.A.S. degree, regardless of the degree program’s general education requirements.
   7.   Degree–seeking students whose native language is not English, who fall below a designated cutoff score on the English as a
        second language (ESL) entry placement test, will be required to take ESL courses with EAP prefix prior to registering for
        other college credit classes. The level of these courses will be determined by the entry placement scores. Individual
        exceptions will be determined by the ESL program manager.

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   8.   Degree–seeking students identified as non–native speakers must take an English as a second language (ESL) placement test
        prior to taking the College’s standard course placement test. Students who place into ESL, as determined by the test, must
        complete ESL courses before registering for other college credit classes. Non–degree seeking college credit students who
        plan to take English or reading courses must also meet these requirements. Exceptions to these requirements can be made by
        the ESL program manager or designee.

Articulation


This A.S. degree program articulates into a bachelor’s degree program. For more information, please visit the
Transfer Services Web page and look for your A.S. program of study.

University Transfer


This associate in science degree program is intended primarily for students who desire to complete an associate
in science degree and become employed. Students who decide to pursue university transfer study must meet
certain course and test requirements. For details refer to the University Transfer Guide.




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                                                                                          Form 2A, Page 1
                                FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                     COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        ASL 1000

COURSE TITLE:                                         Orientation to Deafness

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      None

COREQUISITE(S):                                       None

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction and orientation to the physical, psychological,
educational, legal, and social aspects of deafness. The course will deal with the impact of deafness on the
individual and family, as well as the social patterns of the deaf community and culture. It will also describe
historical and changing attitudes toward the culture of the deaf.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    Reading Between the Signs, Mindess and Reading Between
                                                      the Signs Workbook, Mindess REMOVE
                                                      Deaf History Notes, Cierney
                                                      Triumph of the Spirit, Ramos REMOVE
                                                      Orientation to Deafness , Nancy Sheetz ADD
                                                      American Deaf Culture: An Anthology Sherman Wilxoc,Ed.
                                                      ADD
                                                      Deaf In America : Voices from a Culture , Carol Padden and
                                                      Tom Humprhies. ADD

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1000)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)-Proposal 2011-33
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                                                                                   Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                                                      CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                   __PER TOPIC__

 I.        American Deaf Culture                                                          15
           A. Language – American Sign Language
           B. Deaf History
           C. Literature (including publications), Folklore, Artistic Expression
           D. Values and Traditions

 II. Social and Service Organizations of and for Deaf Persons                            10

      A.   Deaf Service Centers
      B.   Vocational Rehabilitation
      C.   National Association of the Deaf
      D.   National Fraternal Society of the Deaf
      E.   National Theatre of the Deaf
      F.   Gallaudet University
      G.   Alexander Graham Bell Association
      H.   USA Deaf Sports Federation
      I.   Local Deaf Clubs
      J.   Religious Organizations

III. Historical Development of Education of the Deaf in America                           15

      A.  Oralism verses Manualism: The Controversy
      B.  Mainstreaming and Residential Schools
      C.  Current Trends in Deaf Education: Methodology
      D.  Legislation
         1. Public Law 94-142
         2. Rehabilitation Act of 1973
         3. Americans with Disabilities Act 1990
      E. Gallaudet University and NTID

 IV. Audiological Aspects and Assistive Technology                                        5

      A.   Evaluation
      B.   Amplification
      C.   Types of hearing loss
      D.   Cochlear Implant
      E.   Video Relay Service and Videophones
      F.   TTY, captioning, wireless/pagers/Sidekick




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                                                                                             Form 2A, Page 3
PROGRAM TITLE:                                          Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                           Orientation to Deafness

CIP NUMBER:                                             0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):

03.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CULTURAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DEAFNESS – The
     student will be able to:

   03.01   Describe types and degrees of hearing loss and their implications for communication.
   03.02   Explain the social and emotional implications of deafness.
   03.03   Describe the role of American Sign Language in the Deaf community.
   03.04   Describe the social activities and organizations of the deaf community.
   03.05   Identify and explain the assistive devices available to hearing impaired persons and the implications of
            such devices.

04.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND
     HABILITATION -- The student will be able to:

   04.04 Describe the various types of educational programs available to hearing impaired students including
           different communication methodologies (e.g. Oral, Verbal-tonal, cued speech, Total Communication)
           and placement options (e.g. mainstreamed settings, full and part-time day classes, residential programs).
   04.05 Describe the function of the auditory and vocal mechanism and the etiologies of deafness.
   04.06 Describe the types, use and function of amplification and other assistive devices.
   04.08 Identify habilitative agencies and the services offered e.g. Vocational Rehabilitation, Deaf Service
Centers, and other Referral Agencies.



O5.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING –
The student will be able to:

   05.02 Explain PL 94-142, Section 504 of the Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its amendments,
         Florida statutes pertaining to hearing impaired individuals and interpreters and the implications of the
         laws and statutes
REMOVE




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                              Florida State College              Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                                 At Jacksonville



NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry.

Section 1
                                                                        SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1000
                                                                        CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Orientation to Deafness

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
        AA Elective                    x     AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
        AS Professional Elective             AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

        Other                                            PSAV
                                                               Apprenticeship
        General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications           Social & Behavioral Sciences                                     Mathematics
      Natural Sciences         Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                 Quantitative             Scientific Method of
X   Reading   x   Speaking      x   Critical Analysis
                                                                 Skills                   Inquiry
                                    Information                  Ethical
X   Writing   x   Listening     x                            x                       x    Working Collaboratively
                                    Literacy                     Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                               Critical
X   Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                               Thinking
    Information
                               Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                      Type of
                                                      Outcome:
Section 6
                                                      Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                   METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                      Program,
                                                      Course
        DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                      Program,    Responses to discussion questions in class and online
       THE CULTURAL PSYCOSOCIAL
        2
                                                      Course      written assessments; article reviews and project reports
        ASPECTS OF DEAFNESS
        DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE OF
        THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING                   Program,    Responses to discussion questions in class and online
       3
        LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND                        Course      written assessments; article reviews and project reports
        HABILITATION
Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler                  Date: 10/01/10


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                                                                                             Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                         ASL 1210

COURSE TITLE:                                          American Sign Language IV

PREREQUISITE(S):                                       None

COREQUISITE(S):                                        ASL 1130 with a grade of ―C‖ or better

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                                Pass the Proficiency in American Sign Language Exam (PACE)
                                                       Passing score on the Proficiency in American Sign Language
                                                       Communication Exam (PACE) May be used instead of
                                                       completing ASL 1130. ADD

CREDIT HOURS:                                          3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                    3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                             3
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                               3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                            24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a continuation of SPA-1604 REMOVE ASL 1130 ADD and the first American Sign Language course
within the Sign Language Interpretation Program. The course will emphasize advanced level sign vocabulary,
compound complex grammatical constructions, and idiomatic usage of American Sign Language. Emphasize REMOVE
Emphasis ADD on the development of conversational fluency with the student being able to discourse freely and
naturally with ASL users in both receptive and expressive aspects of the language will be the focus of this course.
There will be additional costs associated with this course related to outside activities needed to develop
conversational fluency. This may include attendance at the local Deaf club and experiences within the Deaf
community or at the Florida School for the Deaf and the ADD Blind in St. Augustine, etc. Students will be
expected to refine and practice their skills in the Sign Language Lab.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                     Numbering in American Sign Language; C. MacDougall
                                                       REMOVE
                                                       Signing Naturally Level II, workbook and videotext; Mikos,
                                                       Lentz and Smithy, Dawn Sign Press




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                                                                            Form 2A, Page 2
IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                Spring Term, 2000

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:        Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                    Fall   Term, 2005 (20061) (SPA 1615)
                                    Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                    Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was SPA 1615)
                                    Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                                 Form 2A, Page 3

*Topics may be arranged to accommodate the professor‘s individual preference and techniques.

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                  CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                  PER TOPIC

   I.      Locating Things Around the House (Signing Naturally - Unit 13)                              8
           A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                    1. Give reason
                    2. Make request
                    3. Ask where
                    4. Give specific location
                    5. Correct / confirm information
                    6. Open conversation
           B. Grammar
                    1. Topic-comment structure
                    2. Weak hand as reference
                    3. Locative classifiers
                    4. Yes/no questions
                    5. Wh-questions
                    6. Ordinal numbers
                    7. Numbers:101-109
                    8. Multiples of 100 – 1,000
           C. Suggested Culture - Handshape stories: ABC stories, number stories & one-handshape stories

   II.     Exchanging Personal Information: Life Events (Signing Naturally - Unit 15)                   8
           A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                    1. Ask , tell when
                    2. Tell about life events
                    3. Ask nationality of name
                    4. Narrate family immigration history
                    5. Correct and elaborate
           B. Grammar
                    1. When clauses
                    2. Phrasing for sequencing events
                    3. Contrastive structure
                    4. Possessive forms: POSS,‘S
                    5. Descriptive and locative classifiers
                    6. Numbers:109-119
                    7. Dates and addresses
           C. Suggested Culture
                    1. ASL Poetry
                    2. Current events in the Deaf community
                    3. Famous Deaf Americans




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                                                                                                Form 2A, Page 4

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                     CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                     PER TOPIC

   III.    Finances (Numbering in American Sign Language - Unit 3)                                            3
           A. Payment and spending
           B. Income
           C. Losses
           D. Finance signs
           E. Finance Occupations

   IV.     Measurements (Numbering in American Sign Language – Unit 4)                                        3
           A. Numerical signs showing quantity and frequency
           B. Quantifiers
           C. Fractions
           D. Body Measurements
           E. Vehicle-related and computer-related signs

   V.      Sports (Numbering in American Sign Language – Unit 9)                                              2
           A. Sports vocabulary
           B. Placement
           C. Scores

   VI.     Scientific Numbers (Numbering in American Sign Language – Unit 12)                                 2
           A. Mathematical
           B. Chemical Formulas – REMOVE

   III – Cumulative Review of Signing Naturally Units 13-17                                           7 ADD

   VII.    REMOVE IV ADD
           Practice and Projects - This time should be used for application and consolidation of language, grammar
           and cultural components studied in SPA 1605. It allows for expressive and receptive practice in the
           classroom or sign language lab.                                                                   12

   VIII REMOVE V ADD
   Review and Testing - This time should be used for review of specific sign vocabulary, quizzes/exams (written,
   expressive or receptive).                                                                       7 – REMOVE
                                                                                                   10 - ADD

Additional Activities and Review:

Additional activities are at the discretion of the instructor. They may include class time spent in the sign language
lab, readings from outside sources, conversational skills development, class social activities with deaf/hard of
hearing individuals, or guest speakers.

Additional video materials available in the sign language lab such as the Deaf culture series videos, ASL Poetry
videos, various samples of ASL structure, mouth morphemes and/or classifier information.




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                                                                                           Form 2A, Page 5

PROGRAM TITLE:                              Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                               American Sign Language IV

CIP NUMBER:                                 07.13100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0    DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
        LANGUAGE –- The student will be able to:
        01.01 Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation.
        01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
        01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs.
        01.04 Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms.
        01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
        01.06 Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL.
        01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
              a)    Time indicators
              b)    Visual topics
              c)    Directional verbs
              d)    Pronominal reference
        01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
        01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
              ASL.
        01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS--The student will be able to:
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
       02.03 Use and understand Pidgin Signed English. REMOVE

06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE--The
       student will be able to:
       06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
              communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
       06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
              person(s) through use of voice.




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                            Florida State College              Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry.

Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1210
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: American Sign Language IV

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                 Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                 Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information               Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                  Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
                                                                In class observations; Sign Lab assignments;
                                                                videotaped evaluations of student’s ability to
         Demonstrate knowledge of the               Gen. Ed;
                                                                expressively produce grammatically and syntactically
        components & principles of American
         2                                          Program;
                                                                correct ASL utterances; in class written evaluations of
         Sign Language                              Course
                                                                student’s receptively ability to understand ASL and its
                                                                linguistic principles
                                                                In class observations; Sign Lab assignments
                                                    Gen. Ed;
         Demonstrate knowledge of the various
        3                                          Program;
         sign systems
                                                    Course

                                                     24
                                                             In class observations; Sign Lab assignments;
                                                             videotaped evaluations of student’s ability to
                                               Gen. Ed;
       Demonstrate the ability to convey a                   expressively produce grammatically and syntactically
      4                                       Program;
       message using sign language or voice                  correct ASL utterance from written or spoken stimulus,
                                               Course
                                                             conforming to the grammatical and syntactical rules of
                                                             the appropriate language
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler                   Date: 10/01/10




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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1

                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                         ASL 1300

COURSE TITLE:                                          Structure of American Sign Language

PREREQUISITE(S):                                       ASL 1150, REMOVE ASL 1130 and ENC 1101

COREQUISITE(S):                                        None

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                                This course may be taken prior to acceptance into the Sign
                                                       Language Interpretation Program if the student has met
                                                       prerequisites for the course. ADD

CREDIT HOURS:                                          3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                    3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                             3

       Laboratory:

       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                               3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                            24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is for the advanced signer with limited exposure to American Sign Language. American Sign Language,
as used by deaf adults, is studied with an emphasis on the phonological, morphological, semantic, syntactical, and
metaphorical aspects of American Sign Language. Current research in the field is examined and discussed.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                     Linguistics of American Sign Language, Clayton Valli – Book
                                                       and DVD

                                                       Suggested by not required
                                                       The Art of Interpreting, Borden

                                                       Course 2000, Sign Enhancers

                                                       Green Book Series: Teacher‘s Guide to Culture and Grammar,

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                                    Cokely et al

                                                                           Form 2A, Page 2



IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:        Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                    Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                    Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) (was SPC 1617)
                                    Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                        Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                                                   CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                __PER TOPIC__

 I. Linguistics/Language                                                                14 REMOVE 25 ADD

       A.   Phonology
       B.   Morphology
       C.   Semantics
       D.   Syntax
       E.   Idioms
       F.   Metaphorical
       G.   Pragmatics

 II. Origin and Development of American Sign Language                                   9 REMOVE 3 ADD

       A. Origin
       B. Systematic Changes
       C. Coinage and New Signs

III. General Information Relating to Linguistics Research                               5 REMOVE 2 ADD

       A. Research Design
       B. Current Trends and Issues

 VI.    Comparison of Grammatical Structure
        of English and American Sign Language                                           14 REMOVE 15 ADD

VII. Supportive Experiences                                                             3

        A. Field Trips
        B. Interactive Modes Via Members of the Deaf
           Community on a Regular Basis REMOVE

SPECIAL COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  A. Student will develop a videotaped signed 10 minute presentation on a selected topic to demonstrate the
     specific features of ASL grammar.
  B. Students will develop an audio taped presentation of responses to selected essay questions regarding ASL
     grammar. REMOVE




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                                                                                          Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                               Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                Structure of American Sign Language

CIP NUMBER:                                  0713.100301 (1995)

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE -- The student will be able to:

       01.01   Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation.
       01.02   Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
       01.03   Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs.
       01.04   Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms.
       01.05   Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
       01.06   Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL.
       01.07   Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
               a) Time indicators
               b) Visual projects
               c) Directional verbs
               d) Pronomial reference
       01.08   Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
       01.09   Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
               ASL.
       01.10   Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.




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                            Florida State College              Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry.

Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1300
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Structure of American Sign Language

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                 Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                 Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information               Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                  Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         Demonstrate knowledge of the                           Written assessments; instructor review and critique of
                                                    Program;
        components and principles of American
         2                                                      written and videotaped work; written assignment
                                                    Course
         Sign Language                                          completion; class project(s) completion
        8
        9
        9
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler            Date: 10/01/10

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                                                                                                   Form 2A, Page 1
                                  FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                        COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        ASL 1430

COURSE TITLE:                                         Fingerspelling

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      ASL 1150 with a grade of ―C― or better ADD

COREQUISITE(S):                                       None

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                               Suggested Course: ASL 1120 with a grade of ―C‖ or better
                                                      REMOVE This course can be taken prior to acceptance into
                                                      the Sign Language Interpretation Program and can help
                                                      students prepare for PACE. ADD

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24



CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is an intermediate course designed to develop and provide extensive practice of receptive and expressive
fingerspelling skills. Drills will help to improve fluency, speed and accuracy.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    Fingerspelling in American Sign Language, Cartwright
                                                      and Bahleda     REMOVE

                                                      Numbering in American Sign Language, Cartwright and
                                                      Bahleda REMOVE

                                                      ABC 1-2- 3: Fingerspelling and Numbers in ASL, Elizabeth
                                                      Mendoza ADD

   IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                      Fall Term, 1996 (971)


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                                                                                   Form 2A, Page 2

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:   Spring Term, 2000 (20001)
                               Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                               Fall Term, 2005 (20061)
                               Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
                               Fall Term, 2008 (20091)-Outline Review 2007 (was SPA 1626)
                               Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                           Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                              CONTACT HOURS
                                                           __PER TOPIC__

  I. History and Development of Fingerspelling                  1

  II. Expressive Fingerspelling                                 15
      A. Hand Shapes REMOVE
      B. Loan Signs REMOVE
      C. Patterns REMOVE
      D. Position-Movement REMOVE
      E. Numbers REMOVE
      A.Fingerspelling Rules ADD
      B. Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers ADD
      C. Dates and Months ADD
      D. Age ADD
      E. Ranking ADD
      F. Number Patterns ADD
      G. Heights, Fractions, and Approximations ADD
      H. Addresses and Phone Numbers ADD
      I. Time and Time Signs ADD
      J. Money ADD
      K. Lexicalized Fingerspelling ADD

  III. Receptive Fingerspelling                                 29
      A. Strategies for Understanding Fingerspelling ADD
      B. Three C‘s of Fingerspelling ADD
      C. Proper Names
      D. Loan Signs
      E. Patterns
      F. Position - Movement
      G. Context Clues
      H. Speech Reading
      I. Numbers




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                                                                                            Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                          Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                           Fingerspelling

CIP NUMBER:                             0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):

02.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS-- The student will be able to:

   02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.

06.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE-- The
     student will be able to:

   06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
          communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
   06.03 Accurately interpret the message of signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
          person(s) through use of voice.




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Section 1
                                                                         SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1430
                                                                         CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Fingerspelling

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                            AS Required Professional Course                     College Prep
         AS Professional Elective               AAS Required Professional Course                    Technical Certificate

         Other                                           PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                    Quantitative               Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking           Critical Analysis
                                                                    Skills                     Inquiry
                                          Information               Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                               Working Collaboratively
                                          Literacy                  Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                      Type of
                                                      Outcome:
Section 6
                                                      Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                     METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                      Program,
                                                      Course
                                                                   In class observations; sign lab assignments videotaped
         Demonstrate knowledge of the various sign    Program;
        2                                                         evaluations of student’s ability to produce appropriate signed
         systems                                      Course
                                                                   utterance from written or spoken stimulus
                                                                   In class observations; sign lab assignments; videotaped
         Demonstrate the ability to convey a          Program;     evaluations of student’s ability to produce appropriate verbal
        3
         message using sign language or voice         Course       utterance from ASL stimulus, conforming to the grammatical
                                                                   and syntactical rules of the appropriate language
Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, and Theresa Bugler                     Date: 9/30/10


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                                                                                           Form 2A, Page 1

                                FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE



COURSE NUMBER:                                        ASL 2212

COURSE TITLE:                                         Beginning ASL Discourse

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      ASL 1210 and ASL 1300 (both with a grade of ―C‖ or better)

COREQUISITE(S):                                       None

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3

       Laboratory:

       Other __________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is an advanced level ASL course to be taken after the student has successfully completed ASL 1210 (ASL 4)
and ASL 1300 (Structure of ASL) with a grade of C or better. This course will use the ASL grammar and
structure skills learned previously to engage in the various types of spontaneous ASL discourse seen in the Deaf
community.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    Signing Naturally 3 (videotext and workbook), Mikos, Smith,
                                                      and Lentz, 2001

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Spring Term, 2008 (20082)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                     Form 2A, Page 2



COURSE TOPICS                                                        CONTACT HOURS
                                                                       PER TOPIC

   I. Narrating Unforgettable Moments                                      15

       A.   Pass, Throw, and Spill
       B.   Tripping and Falling
       C.   Injuries and Mishaps
       D.   Kiss, Hug, Poke
       E.   Unforgettable Moments

 II. Sharing Interesting Facts                                             11

       A.   Whole-Part
       B.   Listing
       C.   Comparisons
       D.   Illustrate a Fact

III. Explaining Rules                                                      8

       A. Rules We Live By
       B. Card Games
       C. Group Games

IV. Telling About Accidents                                                11

     A.     Horses
     B.     Bicycles
     C.     Automobiles
     D.     Describing an Accident
REMOVE

    I. Pragmatics
          a. General discourse models/theories                             5
          b. Speech/Illocutionary Acts
          c. Language processing
          d. Schema & Scripts

  II. Linguistic features in ASL discourse                                 10
          a. Structure of ASL discourse
                   i. Content mapping & Discourse mapping
          b. Use of Space
          c. Real, Mental, Surrogate space & Blends
          d. Discourse markers & Cohesive devices
          e. Use of space and spatial relationships in an ASL text
          f. Constructed Action and Constructed Discourse
          g. Register

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                                                                         Form 2A, Page 3



COURSE TOPICS                                                        CONTACT HOURS
                                                                       PER TOPIC



          h. Sociolinguistic factors in discourse

 III. Comprehension & Production of ASL Discourse                        20
         a. Main and supporting ideas in an ASL text
         b. Sequence of steps described in a set of signed texts:
                 i. Explanatory
                ii. Narrative
               iii. Procedural
               iv. Argumentative
                v. Hortatory
               vi. Dialogue with 2+ participants

 IV. Basic Discourse Analysis                                            5
         a. Content, Context and Spatial Mapping
         b. ASL transcription
                 i. Glossing signs, classifiers, non-manuals, etc.
         c. Identifying linguistic features in a text

   V. Practice/Projects                                                  5
          a. Research
          b. Transcription
          c. Self analysis
                                                                         ___
      ADD                                                                45




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                                                                                          Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                                          Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                           Beginning ASL Discourse

CIP NUMBER:                                             0713.100301 (1995)

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):

01.0    DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
        LANGUAGE –The student will be able to:

        01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers
        01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
        01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL
        01.06 Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL
        01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL
               a) Time indicators
              b) Visual projects
              c) Directional verbs
               d) Pronominal reference
        01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms
        01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body
              Movement in ASL
        10.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL

06.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE – The
     student will be able to:

       06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
             communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
       06.02 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using
             the communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired
             person(s)
       06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
             person(s) through use of voice.
       06.04 Accurately transliterate the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or a hearing
             person(s) through the use of voice      ADD




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Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 2212
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Beginning ASL Discourse

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative            Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                 Recorded assessments; instructor one-on-one review
         THE COMPONENTS AND                         Program;
        2                                                       and critique of live and videotaped work; class
         PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN                Course
                                                                 project(s) completion
         LANGUAGE
         DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO                              Recorded assessments; instructor one-on-one review
                                                    Program;
        CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN
         3                                                       and critique of live and videotaped work; class
                                                    Course
         LANGUAGE OR VOICE                                       project(s) completion
Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, and Theresa Bugler          Date: 1/12/11

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                                                                                               Form 2A, Page 1
                                  FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                         INT 1000

COURSE TITLE:                                          Introduction to Interpreting

PREREQUISITE(S):                                       None

COREQUISITE(S):                                        ASL 1210 REMOVE None

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                                Pass the Proficiency in ASL Exam REMOVE Sign Language
                                                       students must be admitted to interpretation program;
                                                       passing score on the Proficiency of American Sign Language
                                                       Communication Exam (PACE) ADD



CREDIT HOURS:                                          4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                    4

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                             4
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                               4

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                            24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is an introduction to the basic theories, guidelines, principles and practices of interpreting, including
the role of the interpreter, professional behavior and the ethics of interpreting. Environmental considerations of
communication and interpreting will be discussed. The course also includes pre-interpreting skills

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                     So You Want to Be and Interpreter, Janice Humphrey

                                                       Word Power, Meg F. Schneider REMOVE
                                                       1100 Words You Need to Know, Murray Bromberg ADD

                                                       English Skills Development, Carol Patrie

                                                       Cognitive Processing Skills in English, Carol Patrie REMOVE

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IMPLEMENTATION DATE:           Fall Term, 1996 (Reactivated)



                                                               Form 2A, Page 2
REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:   Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                               Fall Term, 2005 (20061)
                               Spring Term, 2007 (20072)
                               Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007
                               Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                    Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                                                  CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                __PER TOPIC__

  I.    Role of the Interpreter for the Deaf and Philosophical Frameworks           2

 II.    Ethical and Professional Behavior                                           3

 III.   Interpreting Code of Professional Conduct                                   3

 IV.    Interpreting/Transliterating - The Difference                               1

  V.    The Interpreting Process                                                    5

 VI.    Interpreting Settings; General, Religious, Vocational, Medical
        Legal, Educational, Mental Health, Oral, Deaf-Blind, Video Relay            11

VII.    Community Agencies, Educational and Business Facilities Which Employ
        and Refer Interpreters                                                      2

VIII.   Sign Systems                                                                1

IX.     Receptive Understanding                                                     15

X.      Developing Pre-interpreting Skills                                          15

XI.     The Process of Interpreting                                                 2




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                                                                                            Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                                       Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                        Introduction to Interpreting

CIP NUMBER:                                          0713.100301 (1995)

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE -- The student will be able to:

       01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms
       01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:
       02.01 Demonstrate knowledge of the history of invented sign systems e.g. LOVE, SEE I.
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
       02.03 Use and understand Pidgin Signed English.
       02.04 Use and understand Manually Coded English e.g. SEE II.

05.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING --
       The student will be able to:
       05.01 Explain the principles of the Code of Professional Conduct of the Registry of Interpreters of the
              Deaf.
       05.02 Explain PL 94-142; Section 504 of Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its amendments,
             and Florida Statutes pertaining to hearing impaired individuals and interpreters and the implications
             of the laws and statutes.
       05.03 Explain Florida's interpreter evaluation process and its implications for interpreters.
       05.04 Explain the Florida Educational Interpreter's Code of Ethics and its' implications.

06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE – The
       student will be able to:

       06.01   Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
               person(s) through use of voice.

08.8   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP – The student will be able to:

       08.03 List the advantages and disadvantages of business ownership.
       08.05 Identify the necessary personal characteristics of a successful entrepreneur.
       08.06 Identify the business skills needed to operate a small business efficiently and effectively.




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Section 1
                                                                       SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1000
                                                                       CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Interpreting

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                     College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                    Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                           Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
             LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                            Written assessments, in class observations; group and
                                                    Program;
        COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF
         2                                                       individual signed conversations; student’s scenarios in
                                                    Course
         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                  class and performance in Sign Lab
                                                                 In class observations; group and individual signed
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE               Program;
        3                                                       conversations; student’s scenarios in class and
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                       Course
                                                                 performance in Sign Lab
         DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING
                                                    Program;     Knowledge based assessment using situational
        OF
         4 THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS
                                                    Course       scenarios written and in class discussion
         OF INTERPRETING
                                                           45
                                                             In class observations; student’s scenarios in class and
                                                             performance in Sign Lab using spoken and signed
       DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO                            stimuli; written assessment of student’s understanding
                                               Program;
      CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN
       5                                                     of signed message; videotaped assessment of
                                               Course
       LANGUAGE OR VOICE                                     student’s ability to produce equivalent signed message
                                                             from spoken stimulus

       DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING            Program;      Knowledge based assessment using situational
      6
       OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP                     Course        scenarios written and in class discussion

Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: : James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler         Date: 1/21/11




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                                                                                                         Form 2A, Page 1
                                      FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                            COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                               INT 1200

COURSE TITLE:                                                Interpreting I

PREREQUISITE(S):                                             INT 1000 with a grade of ―C‖ or better

COREQUISITE(S):                                              None

CREDIT HOURS:                                                6 REMOVE 4 ADD

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                          6 REMOVE 4 ADD

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

        Lecture/Discussion:                                  6 REMOVE 4 ADD
        Laboratory:
        Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                                     6 REMOVE 4 ADD

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                                  24



CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is a continuation of INT 1000 which reinforces skill development and the
expressive and receptive skills of intermediate level interpreting through drill, practice and role play activities. Students will
practice from audio taped, video-taped and live voice materials, and will learn the techniques of self-assessment through video
taping. The course also offers a practical component for the development of intermediate interpreting skills. Course practice
materials will parallel the theoretical models. This course focuses on translation and consecutive interpretation. Students will
examine and practice the live translation of meaningful sections of discourse and the consecutive interpretation of both
monologues and interactions.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                           So You Want to Be An Interpreter; Janice Humphrey
                                                             Word Power, Meg F. Schneider REMOVE
                                                             1100 Words You Need to Know , Murray Bromberg         ADD
                                                             Transalting From English , Carol Patrie    REMOVE
                                                             Cognitive Processing Skills in English , Carol Patrie ADD
                                                             Consecutive Interpreting from English, Carol Patrie

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                         Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                                 Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                             Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                             Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1406)
                                                             Fall term, 2011 (20121)



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                                                                      Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                         CONTACT HOURS
                                                      __PER TOPIC__

  I. Grammatical Structure                                 15 REMOVE 10 ADD
     A. Mode
     B. Non-Manual Markers
     C. Classifiers
     D. Use of Space

 II. Fluency and Speed                                     10 REMOVE 5 ADD
     A. Processing Time
     B. Sign Production

 III. Vocabulary                                           15 REMOVE 10 ADD
     A. Conceptual Accuracy
     B. Sign choices

 IV. Voicing                                               10 REMOVE 5 ADD
    A. Affect and Register
    B. Accuracy of Message
    C. Completeness of Sentences
    D. Word/phrase choices

  V. Fingerspelling                                        5
     A. Spelling Accuracy
     B. Clarity
     C. Fluency and Pace

 VI. Auditory/Visual Memory                                5

 VII. Principles of Consecutive Interpreting               15 REMOVE 10 ADD

VIII. Principles of Translating English-REMOVE
Principles of Cognitive Processing Skills-ADD              15 REMOVE 10 ADD




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                                                                                          Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                      Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                       Interpreting I

CIP NUMBER:                                         0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

  NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):

01.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
     -- The student will be able to:

   01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
   01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
   01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
   01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
        a) Time indicators
        b) Visual projects
        c) Directional verbs
        d) Pronomial reference
   01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms
   01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in ASL.
   01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

   02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.

07.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE – The
     student will be able to:

    06.02 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
          communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
    06.02 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using
          the communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired
          person(s)
    06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
          person(s) through use of voice.
    06.04 Accurately transliterate the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or a hearing
          person(s) through the use of voice




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                            Florida State College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1200
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Interpreting I

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative            Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                 In class observations; written assessments expressive
         THE COMPONENTS AND                         Program;
        2                                                       and receptive assessments and assignments –
         PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN                Course
                                                                 videotaped
         LANGUAGE
         DEMONSTRATE USE AND
                                                    Program;     In class observations; expressive and receptive
        UNDERSTANDING OF
         3
                                                    Course       assessments and assignments – videotaped
         FINGERSPELLING
         DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO                 Program;     In class observations; expressive and voicing
        4
         CONVEY A MESSAGE USING                     Course       assessments and assignments – video or audiotape

                                                           50
       AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE,
       ENGLISH-LIKE SIGNING OR VOICE
       DEMONSTRATE AN
                                                             In class observations; expressive, voiced, or written
       UNDERSTANDING AND USE OF                Program;
      5                                                     assessments and assignments - video, audiotaped or
       TRANSLATION AND CONSECTUTIVE            Course
                                                             written
       INTERPRETING PRINCIPLES
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, and Theresa Bulger              Date: 9/30/10




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                                                                                                    Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                       INT 1201

COURSE TITLE:                                        Interpreting II

PREREQUISITE(S):                                     INT 1200 with a grade of ―C‖ or better

COREQUISITE(S):                                      None

CREDIT HOURS:                                        4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                  4

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                           4
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                             4

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                          24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a continuation of EHD 1406 and a transition into hands-on language production with clarity and
understanding. This course provides advanced in-depth discussion and application of techniques and principles, as
well as expanded concentration on advanced expressive and receptive manual communication skills. Students will
use live models, video tapes, and interaction with deaf community members to improve speed and accuracy in their
expressive and receptive intermediate interpreting manual communication skills.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                   Word Power, Meg F. Schneider REMOVE
                                                     1100 Words You Need to Know , Murray Bromberg ADD
                                                     So You Want to be an Interpreter; Janice Humphrey
                                                     The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy: What Every
                                                     American Needs to Know, James Trefil (Editor) et al
                                                     REMOVE

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                 Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                         Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                     Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                     Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1407)
                                                     Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33



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                                                                                 Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                                       CONTACT HOURS
                                                                    __PER TOPIC__

 I. Vocabulary Expansion                                                 10

 II. Grammatical Structure in ASL ADD                                    15 REMOVE 10 ADD
    A. Sentence Types
    B. Classifiers
    B. Use of Space ADD
    C. Idioms
    D. Expansions/Compressions in ASL

III. Fluency/Speed                                                       15 REMOVE 5 ADD
      A. Processing Time
      B. Sign Production ADD

 IV. Voicing/Receptive Skills Comprehension and Production Skills        5 REMOVE 20 ADD
      A. Transliteration
      B. Interpretation

 V. Cultural Literacy: Generalized Knowledge for Everyday Use            10 REMOVE 5 ADD

 VI. Language in Use Interaction with Deaf Community and                 5
           Working Interpreter observations REMOVE
       A. Interpreter interviews
       B. Deaf community interaction
       C. Sociolinguistic factors in language ADD

 VI. Projects, Practice and Self Assessment ADD                          5 ADD




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                                                                                           Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                       Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                        Interpreting II

CIP NUMBER:                                          0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

  NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):

01.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
     -- The student will be able to:

   01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
   01.04 Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms.
   01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
   01.06 Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL.
   01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
        a) Time indicators
        b) Visual projects
        c) Directional verbs
        d) Pronominal reference
   01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
   01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in ASL.
   01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0    DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.

05.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING –
     The student will be able to:

       05.01 Explain the five principles of the code of ethics of the Registry of Interpreters of the Deaf.
       05.03 Explain Florida's interpreter evaluation process and its implications for interpreters. REMOVE

06.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE -- The
     student will be able to:

   06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
         communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing
         impaired person(s).
   06.02 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
         person(s) through use of voice.




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Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1201
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Interpreting II

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative            Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                            Knowledge based assessment (written, video, or
                                                    Program;
        COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF
         2                                                       classroom production); demonstrations and
                                                    Course
         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                  discussion groups
                                                                 Knowledge based assessment (written, video, or
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE               Program;
        3
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                                    classroom production); demonstrations and
                                                    Course
                                                                 discussion groups
         DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING               Program;     Knowledge based assessment (video, or classroom
        4 THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS
         OF                                         Course       production); demonstrations and discussion groups
                                                           55
       OF INTERPRETING
       DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO
                                               Program;      Knowledge based assessment (video, or classroom
      CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN
       5
       LANGUAGE OR VOICE                       Course        production); demonstrations and discussion groups

Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler    Date: 10/01/10




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                                                                                                  Form 2A, Page 1
                                FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                     COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                      INT 1202

COURSE TITLE:                                       Interpreting III

PREREQUISITE(S):                                    INT 1201 with a grade of ―C‖ or better ADD

COREQUISITE(S):                                     INT 1210 and INT 1941 ADD

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                             Suggested Course: INT 1201 with a grade of ―C‖ or better;
                                                    Also Recommended: INT 1210 and INT 1941 REMOVE

CREDIT HOURS:                                       3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                 3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                          3
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                            3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                         24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course leads the student through the steps of making a compressed, idiomatic English voicing product that
accurately relays the Deaf signer‘s expanded message. The three components of understanding, telling and saying
will be the main focus of the course. Videotaped and live models will be used for skill development.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                  Say It Like They Mean It: ASL-to-English, Jean Kelly

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                Spring Term, 2000 (2002)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                        Spring Term, 2000 (2002)
                                                    Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                    Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                    Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review – 2007 (was EHD 1413)
                                                    Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                       Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                                            CONTACT HOURS
                                                                         __PER TOPIC__

  I. Vocabulary Expansion                                                     5 REMOVE



 II. Non-manual Behaviors and Message Intent                                  5 REMOVE
II.   Content Knowledge                                                       5
         A. Interpreting Models/Theories
                  i. Demand-Control Schema, Gish, Colonomous, & Gile,
                 ii. Ten Step Processes – Witter-Merithew
         B. Literal vs. Idiomatic language
         C. Non-manual Behaviors
         D. Message Analysis
         E. Message Intent
         F. Message Equivalency ADD

III. Receptive Skills                                                         15 REMOVE 10 ADD
      A. Visual vs. linear language
      B. Grounded mental space REMOVE
      C. Expansion techniques
      B. Comprehension Techniques
      C. ASL Register
      D. Real, Mental and Blended space
      E. Fingerspelling and Numbers
      F. Non-manuals
      G. ASL Discourse Markers ADD

IV. Voicing Skills                                                            20 REMOVE 15 ADD
      A. Compression techniques and dead air/filler elimination REMOVE
      B. Omissions
      C. Fillers, Dead Air strategies
      D. Expansion and Compression
      E. Clarification and Correction strategies
      F. English Register
      G. English Discourse markers ADD
      H. Idiomatic English grammar and phrases ADD
      I. Dynamic equivalence
      J. Fluency

 VII. Practice/Projects                                                       15 ADD
          a. Lab practice
          b. Self analysis
          c. Self assessment ADD
                                                                             ____
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                                                                                            Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                       Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                        Interpreting III

CIP NUMBER:                                          07.13100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:
     NUMBER(S):     TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE – The student will be able to:

       01.01     Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement and orientation.
       01.02     Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers
       01.03     Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.05     Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL
       01.06     Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL
       01.07     Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL: a) time indicators b) visual topics c) directional
                  verbs d) pronominal reference
       01.08     Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
       01.09     Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
                 ASL.

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS – The student will be able to:

       02.02     Use and understand fingerspelling
       02.03     Use and understand Pidgin Signed English
       02.04     Use and understand manually-coded English e.g. SEE II

06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUGAGE OR VOICE – The
       student will be able to:

       06.03       Accurately convey in English the message of a person signing in ASL
       06.04       Accurately convey in English the message of a person signing in English word order




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Section 1
                                                                       SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT1202
                                                                       CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Interpreting III

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                     College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                    Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                           Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                 METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF                                1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         THE COMPONENTS AND                         Program;     personal reflection logged in a skill development
        2
         PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN                Course       notebook for all standards listed 3) taped product
         LANGUAGE                                                measured against a FL QA Level 2 standard
                                                                 1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF                   Program;     personal reflection logged in a skill development
        3
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                       Course       notebook for all standards listed 3) taped product
                                                                 measured against a FL QA Level 2 standard
        DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO
         4                                          Program;     1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and

                                                           60
       CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN             Course        personal reflection logged in a skill development
       LANGUAGE OR VOICE                                     notebook for all standards listed 3) taped product
                                                             measured against a FL QA Level 2 standard
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope , Lori Cimino, and Theresa Bugler    Date: 10/1/10




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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        INT 1203

COURSE TITLE:                                         Interpreting IV

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      INT 1202 and INT 1210 with a grade of ―C‖ or better ADD

COREQUISITE(S):                                       INT 1300 ADD

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                               Suggested Course: INT 1201 with a grade of ―C‖ or better;
                                                      Also Recommended: INT 1210 and INT 1941 REMOVE
                                                      Also Recommended: INT 1942 ADD

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3

       Laboratory:

       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides extensive hands-on practice using skills, strategies and techniques learned in the first three
courses of the interpreting sequence. Real-time English to ASL interpreting is the focus of this course.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    Teacher generated handouts; no text required

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Spring Term, 2000 (20002)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1414)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                          Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                   CONTACT HOURS
                                                __PER TOPIC__

I.    Thinking in ASL                                8

II.   Mouth morphemes                                8

III. ASL Language features                           15

IV.   Listening skills                               5

V.    Stress reduction                               3

VI.    Connotation/Comparison/Rank Order             6




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                                                                                         Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                     Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                      Interpreting IV

CIP NUMBER:                                        07.13100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):        TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE – The student will be able to:

       01.01     Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement and orientation
       01.02     Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers
       01.03     Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.04     Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms
       01.06     Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL
       01.07     Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL: a) time indicators b) visual topics
                 c) directional verbs d) pronominal reference
       01.08     Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms
       01.09     Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body
                 movement in ASL
       01.10     Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL



06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE –- The
        student will be able to:

        06.01    Accurately interpret the message of speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
                  communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired
                  person(s).
        06.02    Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
                  person(s) through use of voice




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                                  At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                             SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1203
                                                                             CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Interpreting IV

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
          AA Elective                         AS Required Professional Course                      College Prep
          AS Professional Elective            AAS Required Professional Course                     Technical Certificate
          Other                                        PSAV                                                  Apprenticeship
          General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
          Communications                      Social & Behavioral Sciences                         Mathematics
          Natural Sciences                    Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                     Quantitative
       Reading          Speaking       Critical Analysis                                       Scientific Method of Inquiry
                                                                     Skills
       Writing          Listening      Information Literacy          Ethical Judgment          Working Collaboratively

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
       Communication                           Critical Thinking         Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
       Information
                                               Global Sociocultural Responsibility
       Literacy

                                                       Type of
                                                       Outcome:
Section 6
                                                       Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                        METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                       Program,
                                                       Course
                                                                     1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                       Program;      personal reflections logged in a skill development
        THE COMPONENTS OF AMERICAN
         2
                                                       Course        notebook for all the standards listed 3) taped product
         SIGN LANGUAGE
                                                                     measures against the FRID QA Level standard
                                                                     1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         DEMONSTRATES THE ABILITY TO
                                                       Program;      personal reflections logged in a skill development
        CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN
         3
                                                       Course        notebook for all the standards listed 3) taped product
         LANGUAGE OR VOICE
                                                                     measures against the FRID QA Level standard
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler                            Date: 10/01/10



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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        INT 1210

COURSE TITLE:                                         Transliterating

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      INT 1201 with a grade of ―C‖ or better      ADD

COREQUISITE(S):                                       INT 1202 and INT 1941        ADD

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                               Suggested Course: INT 1201 with a grade of ―C‖ or better;
                                                      Also Recommended: INT 1202 REMOVE

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   3

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3

       Laboratory:

       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to introduce and explain the features of the transliteration process. The students will be
guided into developing skills for expressive transliterating through presentation and participation. Audio taped,
videotaped and live materials will be used for skill development

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    Transliterating: Show me the English; Jean E. Kelly

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1404)‘
                                                      Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                     Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                              CONTACT HOURS
                                                           __PER TOPIC__
I.    Sign systems and consumers of transliteration              5

II.   Clarifications allowed                                    5

III. Mouth movements                                            5

IV.   Fingerspelling as used in transliteration                 5

V.    Use of Space                                              5

VI.   Nouns, verbs, and pronouns in transliteration             5

VII. Conjunctions                                               5

VIII. Prepositions                                              5

IX.   Active/Passive voice                                      5




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                                                                                           Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                       Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                        Transliterating

CIP NUMBER:                                          0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

  NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):

01.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
     - student will be able to:

       01.01 Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation
       01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers
       01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL
       01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL: a) time b) visual topics c) directional verbs
              d) pronominal reference
       01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions and body movement in ASL
       01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

       02.01 Demonstrate knowledge of the history of invented sign systems e.g. LOVE, SEE I.
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
       02.04 Use and understand Manually Coded English e.g. SEE II.

06.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE – The
     student will be able to:

       06.01.1 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired persons(s) using
               the communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired
               person(s).




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Section 1
                                                                       SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1210
                                                                       CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Transliterating

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                     College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                    Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                           Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                 METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
                                                                 1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                    Program;     personal reflections logged in a skill development
        THE COMPONENTS OF AMERICAN
         2
                                                    Course       notebook for all the standards listed 3) taped product
         SIGN LANGUAGE
                                                                 measures against the FRID QA Level standard
                                                                 1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF                   Program;     personal reflections logged in a skill development
        3
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                       Course       notebook for all the standards listed 3) taped product
                                                                 measures against the FRID QA Level standard
        DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO
         4                                          Program;     1) instructor observation 2) instructor feedback and

                                                           69
       CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN            Course        personal reflections logged in a skill development
       LANGUAGE OR VOICE                                    notebook for all the standards listed 3) taped product
                                                            measures against the FRID QA Level standard
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugle                Date: 10/01/10




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                                                                                                      Form 2A, Page 1

                                  FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE



COURSE NUMBER:                                         INT 1300

COURSE TITLE:                                          Evaluation Preparation

PREREQUISITE(S):                                       None

COREQUISITE(S):                                        None

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                                Suggested Course: INT 1941 with a grade of ―C‖ or better

CREDIT HOURS:                                          2 REMOVE 3 ADD

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                    2 REMOVE 3 ADD

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                             2 REMOVE 3 ADD
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                               2 REMOVE 3 ADD

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                            24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to assist students in refining skills and improving test taking strategies in order to
successfully pass the state assessment.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                     Unrehearsed stimuli; no text required

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                   Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                           Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                       Fall   Term, 2005 (20061)
                                                       Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                       Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007
                                                       Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                              Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                            CONTACT HOURS
                                                         __PER TOPIC__

I. Introduction to Florida Quality Assurance                  2 ADD
       A. Background of Florida QA
       B. Overview or test segments
       C. Registration
       D. Testing Sites
       E. Physical Setting
            1. Attire
            2. Accommodations
            3. Overview of warm-up portion
            4. Overview of performance portion
       F. Appeal process
       G. QA Leveling
            1. Overview of three (3) skill levels
               a. QA Level 1
               b. QA Level 2
               c. QA Level 3
            2. Results
       H. Re-taking QA ADD

  I. Expressive Skills                                        8 REMOVE 12 ADD
       A. Transliterating
       B. Interpreting
       C. Task Switching
       D. Practice
           1. Self Analysis
           2. Self Assessment ADD

 II. Receptive Skills                                         8 REMOVE 12 ADD
       A. Idiomatic English
       B. Voice inflection and projection
       C. Task Switching
       D. Practice
           1. Self Analysis
          2. Self Assessment ADD

III. Interactive Skills                                        12 ADD
       A. Turn taking
       B. Overlap
       C. Task Switching
       D. Practice
           1. Self Analysis
           2. Self Assessment ADD

III. Testing Strategies                                       8 REMOVE 3 ADD

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                                                    Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                          CONTACT HOURS
                                       __PER TOPIC__

 IV. Mode Switching REMOVE                  6 REMOVE

IV. Mock QA Performance Testing             4 ADD

                                           ____
                                            45




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                                                                                         Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                                      Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                       Evaluation Preparation

CIP NUMBER:                                         0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE – student will be able to:

       01.01 Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement and orientation
       01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers
       01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.04 Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms
       01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL
       01.06 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL
       01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL: a) time indicators b) visual topics c) directional
              verbs d) pronominal reference
       01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms
       01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in ASL
       01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
       02.03 Use and understand Pidgin Signed English.
       02.04 Use and understand Manually Coded English e.g. SEE II.

06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE – The
       student will be able to:
       06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
              communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
       06.02 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired persons(s) using
              the communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired
              person(s).
       06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
               person(s) through use of voice.
       06.04 Accurately transliterate the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or a
              hearing person(s) through use of voice.




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                            Florida State College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                       SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1300
                                                                       CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Evaluation Preparation

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                       College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                      Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative              Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                    Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                            Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
             LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                 METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
                                                                 In class observations and discussion; videotaped
                                                                 evaluation of student‘s ability to produce appropriate
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE               Program;
        2                                                       verbal response to signed stimulus and appropriate signed
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                       Course
                                                                 response from verbal stimulus, both in class and in Sign
                                                                 Lab; Mock QA Performance
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                            In class observations and discussion; videotaped
                                                    Program;
        CULTURAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL
         3                                                       evaluation of student‘s ability to culturally mediate spoken
                                                    Course
         ASPECTS OF DEAFNESS                                     stimulus into appropriate signed equivalent and signed

                                                           75
                                                            stimulus into appropriate spoken equivalent, both in class
                                                            and Sign Lab Mock QA Performance
                                                            In class observations and discussion; videotaped
       DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO                           evaluation of student‘s ability to produce appropriate
                                              Program;
      CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN
       4                                                    verbal response to signed stimulus and appropriate signed
                                              Course
       LANGUAGE OR VOICE                                    response from verbal stimulus, both in class and in Sign
                                                            Lab; Mock QA Performance

Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler                 Date: 10/01/10




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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        INT 1930

COURSE TITLE:                                         Special Topics in Interpreting

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      None

COREQUISITE(S):                                       INT 1201

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                               Suggested Course: INT 1200, with a grade of ―C‖ or better

CREDIT HOURS:                                         2

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   2

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            2
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              2

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to be taken in conjunction with EHD 1413 (Interactive Interpreting III) REMOVE INT
1201 (Interpreting II) during the last phase of the program. Special topics, including interpreting settings, ethics,
business practices, professional conduct, and the professional role of the interpreter during internship and
employment will be the emphasis of the course. Student interpreters will have the opportunity to apply problem
solving approaches to situations encountered during practicum.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    The Professional Sign Language Interpreter‘s Handbook,
                                                      Linda Humphreys

                                                      So You Want to Be An Interpreter; Janice Humphrey

                                                      Encounters with Reality: 1001 Interpreter Scenarios,
                                                      Brenda Cartwright (RID Press, 1999)

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Fall Term, 1996




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                                                                           Form 2A, Page 2

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:   Spring Term, 2000
                               Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                               Fall Term, 2005 (20061)
                               Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
                               Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1407)
                               Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                         Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                                            CONTACT HOURS
                                                                         __PER TOPIC__

  I.    Internship/Workforce Preparation                                      5
        A. Ethical Problems
        B. Situation Problems
        C. Vocabulary/Technical Sign
        D. Information/Referral
        E. Ergonomics ADD

II. Setting/Environment                                                       10

        A. In-Depth Overview of the following Situations/Work Settings
             1. One-One
             2. Small Group
             3. Large Group
        B. Medical Interpreting
             1. Ethics
             2. Various Settings
             3. Vocabulary
        C. Mental Health
             1. Ethics
             2. Various Settings
        D. Legal Interpreting
             1. Ethics
             2. Various Settings
        E. Artistic Interpreting
             1. Ethics
             2. Various Settings
             3. Vocabulary
        F. Deaf-Blind Interpreting
            1. Ethics
             2. Various Settings
             3. Vocabulary
        G. High Visual/Minimal Language Interpreting
            1. CDIs
            2. Ethics
            3. Various Settings
            4. Vocabulary ADD

 II.    Freelance Contract Interpreters                                       5
        A. Business Practices
        B. Time Management
        C. Employment Search
        D. Career Opportunities

 III.   Full-time Employed Interpreters                                       5

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                                                                Form 2A, Page 4

COURSE TOPICS                                   CONTACT HOURS
                                                __PER TOPIC__
       A.   Business Practices
       B.   Ethic/Situations
       C.   Duties/Responsibilities
       D.   Employment Search
       E.   Career Opportunities

 IV.   Professional Practices                        5
       A. Professional Organizations
       B. Professional Journals/Logs ADD
       C. Professional Evaluations




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                                                                                       Form 2A, Page 5

   PROGRAM TITLE:                                       Sign Language Interpretation

   COURSE TITLE:                                        Special Topics in Interpreting ADD

   CIP NUMBER:                                          0713.100301

   LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

       NUMBER(S):         TITLES(S):

   04.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND
          HABILITATION-- The student will be able to:
          04.01 Explain the role of the educational interpreter in the school setting.
          04.02 Explain the code of ethics for educational interpreters.
          04.03 Describe the educational characteristics and needs of the hearing impaired child.
          04.04 Describe the various types of educational programs available to hearing impaired students including
                different communication methodologies (e.g. Oral, Verbal-tonal, cued speech, Total
                Communication) and placement options (e.g. mainstreamed settings, full and part-time day classes,
                Residential programs).
          04.08 Identify habilitative agencies and the services offered e.g. Vocational Rehabilitation, Deaf Service
                 Centers, and other Referral Agencies.

   05.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING
          IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS -- The student will be able to:
          05.01 Explain the five principles of the code of ethics of the Registry of Interpreters of the Deaf.
          05.02 Explain PL 94-142; Section 504 of Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its amendments, and
                Florida Statutes pertaining to hearing impaired individuals and interpreters and the implications of
                the laws and statutes.
          05.03 Explain Florida's interpreter evaluation process and its implications for interpreters.
          05.04 Explain the Florida Educational Interpreter's Code of Ethics and its' implications.

   07.0   DEMONSTRATE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS-- The student will be able to:
          07.02 Secure information about a job.
          07.03 Identify documents that may be required when applying for a job.
          07.04 Complete a resume`
          07.06 Identify or demonstrate appropriate responses to criticism from employer, supervisor, or other
                persons.
          07.07 Identify acceptable work habits.
          07.08 Demonstrate knowledge of how to make job changes appropriately.
          07.09 Demonstrate acceptable employee health habits.

08.8      DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP – The student will be able to:

          08.03 List the advantages and disadvantages of business ownership.
          08.05 Identify the necessary personal characteristics of a successful entrepreneur.
          08.06 Identify the business skills needed to operate a small business efficiently and effectively. ADD



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                            Florida State College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 2
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1930
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Special Topics in Interpreting

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative            Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                 Knowledge based assessment; in class discussion
         THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING                Program;
        2                                                       groups; resume, working policies and invoice
         LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND                     Course
                                                                 portfolios
         HABILITATION
         DEMONSTRATE AN
                                                                 Knowledge based assessment; in class discussion
         UNDERSTANDING OF THE                       Program;
        3                                                       groups; resume, working policies and invoice
         ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF               Course
                                                                 portfolios
         INTERPRETING
                                                           82
       DEMONSTRATE AN                                        Knowledge based assessment; in class discussion
                                             Program;
    4 UNDERSTANDING OF                                      groups; resume, working policies and invoice
                                             Course
       ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                      portfolios.
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form: James Pope, Lori Cimino, and Theresa Bugler      Date: 10/01/10




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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        INT 1941

COURSE TITLE:                                         Interpreting Practicum I

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      INT 1201 with a Grade of ―C‖ or Better ADD

COREQUISITE(S):                                       INT 1202 and INT 1210 ADD

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                               Suggested Course: INT 1201 with a Grade of ―C‖ or Better;
                                                      Also Recommended: INT 1202 REMOVE

CREDIT HOURS:                                         2 REMOVE 3 ADD

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   2 REMOVE 3 ADD

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:
       Laboratory:
       Other __:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              Calculated on the # of
                                                      students in the practicum

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           25

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides and advanced interpreting students with an opportunity to meet working interpreters and
discuss the interpreting process in various professional work situations and to gain knowledge of community
agencies and resources which serve the deaf community. Students also have the opportunity to interview Deaf
consumers regarding their perspectives on interpreters and interpreting. Students will engage in mock
interpreting situations to enhance their skills in interpreting expressive discourse, voicing signed discourse and
interpreting interactive discourse. Students will take the Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID)
Quality Assurance (QA) Screening written test at the end of this course.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    None

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Fall Term, 1996 (971)




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                                                                     Form 2A, Page 2

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:   Spring Term, 2000
                               Spring Term, 2003 (20042)
                               Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
                               Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007 (was EHD 1941)
                               Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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                                                                                      Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                                              CONTACT HOURS
                                                                           __PER TOPIC__



  I. Expressive Skills – Practice and Observation   ADD                         10.5 REMOVE 15 ADD

       A.   Grammar and Structure
       B.   Sign Choices – Conceptual Accuracy
       C.   Mouth Movements
       D.   Fingerspelling
       E.   Message Accuracy
       F.   Processing

 II. Receptive Skills – Practice and Observation    ADD                         10.5 REMOVE 15 ADD
      A. English Grammar
      B. Word/phrase Choices
      C. Message Accuracy
      D. Affect and Register Match
      E. Production

III. Professional Development – Networking                                      5 REMOVE 12 ADD

       A. Working Interpreters
       B. Deaf Consumers
       C. Portfolio Development, Internship Application & Interviews ADD

 IV. Community Resources                                                        2 REMOVE 1 ADD

       A.   Agencies
       B.   Organization
       C.   Educational Institutions
       D.   Public Sector
       E.   Private Sector

  V. FRID Quality Assurance Screening Written Assessment                        2




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                                                                                            Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                                        Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                         Interpreting Practicum I

CIP NUMBER:                                           0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:
     NUMBER(S):     TITLES(S):

01.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
     -- The student will be able to:

   01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
   01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in ASL.
   01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

   02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
   02.03 Use and understand Pidgen Signed English.
   02.04 Use and understand Manually Coded English e.g. SEE II.

03.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CULTURAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DEAFNESS                               --
     The student will be able to:

   03.01   Describe types and degrees of hearing loss and their implications for communication.
   03.02   Explain the social and emotional implications of deafness.
   03.03   Describe the role of American Sign Language in the Deaf community.
   03.04   Describe the social activities and organizations of the deaf community.

04.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND
     HABILITATION-- The student will be able to:

   04.08 Identify habilitative agencies and the services offered e.g. Vocational Rehabilitation, Deaf Service
         Centers, and other Referral Agencies.

05.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING –
       The student will be able to:

       05.01 Explain the five principles of the Code of Professional Conduct of the Registry of Interpreters of
             the Deaf.
       5.02  Explain PL 94-142; Section 504 of Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its amendments,
             and Florida Statutes pertaining to hearing impaired individuals and interpreters and the implications
             of the laws and statutes.
       05.03 Explain Florida's interpreter evaluation process and its implications for interpreters.




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                                                                                  Form 2A, Page 5

STANDARD ADDRESSED: (CONTINUED)

  NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):

06.0   DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE -- The
       student will be able to:

       06.01 Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
             communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
       06.02 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
             communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person
       06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
             person(s) through use 3 of voice.
       06.04 Accurately transliterate the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or a
             Hearing person(s) through use of voice.




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                            Florida State College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                      SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1941
                                                                      CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Practicum I

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                   Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative            Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                          Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen. Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         Demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                    Program;     mock interpreting, mock QA written, student
        components and principles of American
         2
                                                    Course       observations
         Sign Language
         Demonstrate knowledge of the various       Program;     mock interpreting, mock QA written, student
        3
         sign systems                               Course       observations
         Demonstrate knowledge of the cultural      Program;
        4                                                       mock QA written
         and psychosocial aspects of deafness       Course
         Demonstrate knowledge of the               Program;
        5                                                       mock QA written; student interviews
         implications of hearing loss for           Course

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       education and habilitation
       Demonstrate an understanding of the           Program;
      6                                                           mock interpreting; mock QA written
       ethical and legal aspects of interpreting     Course
       Demonstrate the ability to convey a           Program;
      7                                                           mock interpreting
       message using sign language of voice          Course
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form:               James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler       Date: 10/01/10




                                                             90
                                                                                            Form 2A, Page 1

                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                     *COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                       INT 1942

COURSE TITLE:                                        Interpreting Practicum II

PREREQUISITE(S):                                     INT 1941 with a grade of ―C‖ or better Completion of
                                                     professional core courses with a ―C or better REMOVE

COREQUISITE(S):                                      INT 1300

STUDENT ADVISING NOTES:                              It is recommended students complete all professional core
                                                     courses with a ―C: or better ADD

CREDIT HOURS:                                        4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                  100 REMOVE 160 ADD

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:
       Laboratory:
       Other __:                                     100 REMOVE 160 ADD per term, average 10 hours per week
                                                     on interpreting site

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                             Calculated on the # of
                                                     students in the second Practicum

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                          25

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The discipline related second practicum provides advanced level students with meaningful work experience in the
field of sign language interpreting. The course is designed to allow students to learn on-the-job as part of their
educational program of study. Practicum II placement will provide working experience, practical application of the
theoretical role of professional service providers and an introduction to the duties and responsibilities of
interpreters in the community. 4 credits, 100 REMOVE 160 ADD contact hours with additional work/discussion
with professor and other students, off the job site.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                   No required text

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                 Fall Term, 1996 (971)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                         Spring Term, 2000 (20002)
                                                     Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                     Fall Term, 2007 (20081)
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                                                   Fall Term, 2008 (20091) (was EHD 1942)
                                                   Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33

                                                                                        Form 2A, Page 2

COURSE TOPICS                                                    CONTACT HOURS
                                                                  __PER TOPIC__

 I. Role of Interpreting and Observation                                  15

    A. Private Practice
    B. Team Member

 II. Professional Ethics                                                 10

    A.   Code of Ethics
    B.   Professional Behaviors
    C.   Professional Dress
    D.   Professional Attitudes

III. Expressive Interpreting and Transliterating                         30 REMOVE 40 ADD

   A.    Conceptual Accuracy
   B.    Sign Clarity
   C.    Appropriate Mode
   D.    Message Equivalence
   E.    Overall Monitoring

 IV. Receptive Skills                                                    30

         A. Accuracy of Message
         B. Inflection
         C. English Structure

 VI. Community Resources                                                 15 REMOVE 5 ADD

         A.   Agencies and Organizations
         B.   Educational Institutions
         C.   Public Sector
         D.   Private Sector




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                                                                                               Form 2A, Page 3

PROGRAM TITLE:                                   Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                                    Interpreting Internship REMOVE Interpreting Practicum II ADD

CIP NUMBER:                                      0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

  NUMBER(S):               TITLES(S):

01.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
     -- The student will be able to:

   01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
   01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in ASL.
   01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0      DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

   02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.
   02.03 Use and understand Pidgin Signed English.
   02.04 Use and understand Manually Coded English e.g. SEE II.

3.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CULTURAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DEAFNESS—The
    student will be able to:

   03.01     Describe types and degrees of hearing loss and their implications for communication.
   03.02     Explain the social and emotional implications of deafness.
   03.03     Describe the role of American Sign Language in the Deaf community.
   03.04     Describe the social activities and organizations of the deaf community.
   03.05     Identify and explain the assistive devices available to hearing impaired persons and the implications of
             such devices.

04.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEARING LOSS FOR EDUCATION AND
     HABILITATION-- The student will be able to:

       04.01 Explain the role of the educational interpreter in the school setting.
       04.02 Explain the code of ethics for educational interpreters.

05.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF INTERPRETING –
     The student will be able to:

   05.01 Explain the principles of the Code of Professional Conduct of the Registry of
         Interpreters of the Deaf.
   05.03 Explain Florida's interpreter evaluation process and its implications for interpreters.
   05.04 Explain the Florida Educational Interpreter's Code of Ethics and its' implications.



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                                                                                          Form 2A, Page 4

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (CONTINUED)

  NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):

06.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO CONVEY A MESSAGE USING SIGN LANGUAGE OR VOICE -- The
     student will be able to:

   06.01  Accurately interpret the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired person(s) using the
         communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
   06.02 Accurately transliterate the message of a speaking person to a hearing impaired persons(s) using the
          communication method (signed or voice) most readily understood by the hearing impaired person(s).
   06.03 Accurately interpret the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or hearing
          person(s) through use of voice.
   06.04 Accurately transliterate the message of a signing person to a hearing impaired person(s) or a hearing
          person(s) through use of voice.

07.0 DEMONSTRATE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS-- The student will be able to:

   07.02 Secure information about a job.
   07.03 Identify documents that may be required when applying for a job.
   07.04 Complete a job application.
   07.06 Identify or demonstrate appropriate responses to criticism from employer, supervisor, or other
         persons.
   07.07 Identify acceptable work habits.
   07.08 Demonstrate knowledge of how to make job changes appropriately.
   07.09 Demonstrate acceptable employee health habits.




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                            Florida State College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                               At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                       SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: INT 1942
                                                                       CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Interpreting Practicum II

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                       AS Required Professional Course                     College Prep
         AS Professional Elective          AAS Required Professional Course                    Technical Certificate

         Other                                         PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                  Quantitative             Scientific Method of
       Reading         Speaking        Critical Analysis
                                                                  Skills                   Inquiry
                                       Information                Ethical
       Writing         Listening                                                           Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                   Judgment

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
                              Critical
    Communication                                     Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
                              Thinking
    Information
                              Global Sociocultural Responsibility
    Literacy
                                                    Type of
                                                    Outcome:
Section 6
                                                    Gen.Ed,
            LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                 METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                    Program,
                                                    Course
         Demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                    Program;     On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor review
        components and principles of American
         2
                                                    Course       and critique (live and/or videotaped)
         Sign Language
         Demonstrate knowledge of various sign      Program;     On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor review
        3
         systems                                    Course       and critique (live and/or videotaped)
         Demonstrate knowledge of cultural and      Program;     On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor review
        4
         psychosocial aspects of deafness           Course       and critique (live and/or videotaped)
         Demonstrate knowledge of the               Program;       On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor
        5
         implications of hearing loss for           Course       review and critique (live and/or videotaped)

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       education and habilitation
       Demonstrate an understanding of the           Program;      On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor review
      6
       ethical and legal aspects of interpreting     Course        and critique (live and/or videotaped)
       Demonstrate the ability to convey a           Program;        On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor
      7
       message using sign language or voice          Course        review and critique (live and/or videotaped)
                                                     Program;        On-site supervisor review and critique; instructor
      Demonstrate employability skills
       8
                                                     Course        review and critique (live and/or videotaped)
Section 7
Name of Person Completing This Form:               James Pope, Lori Cimino, Theresa Bugler         Date: 10/01/10




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                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        ASL 1140

COURSE TITLE:                                         American Sign Language I

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      None

COREQUISITE(S):                                       None

CREDIT HOURS:                                         4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   4

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            4
       Laboratory:
       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              4

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
An introduction to the linguistic structure and basic vocabulary of American Sign Language as used by deaf adults
with an emphasis on the development of basic receptive and expressive conversational skills. The course will
introduce the history and values of Deaf culture in America. There will be additional costs required which will vary
based on activities or projects such as attendance to the local Deaf club, and experiences within in the Deaf
community or at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine. Students will be expected to
refine and practice their skills in the Sign Language Lab.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    American Sign Language Curriculum Bravo!; J. Caswell

                                                      Signing Naturally Level I, student handbook and video text.
                                                      Mikos, Lentz, Smith - REMOVE
                                                      Signing Naturally Units 1-6, student workbook and DVD,
                                                      Smith, Lentz, Mikos (2008) ADD

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  November 14, 1987

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall   Term, 1991 (921)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2005 (20061) (was SPA 1612)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)

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REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: (cont.)   Spring Term, 2008 (20082) (was SPA 1602)
                                       Spring Term, 2009 (20092) (was ASL 1110)
                                       Fall Term, 2011 (20121)- Proposal 2011-33




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REPLACEMENT

*Topics may be arranged to accommodate the professor‘s individual preference and techniques.

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                  CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                  PER TOPIC

                                                                                                         4
VIII. INTRODUCING ONESELF (Signing Naturally Unit 1)
         a. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                 i. basic sign vocabulary for introducing yourself
                ii. manual alphabet by asking for/giving names of people in class
               iii. confirming names
               iv. correcting names : negative headshake
         b. Grammar – one character role shifting
                 i. yes/no questions
                ii. wh-question: ―what‖
               iii. personal pronouns
               iv. spatial referencing within the class environment
                v. numbers: 1 – 10
               vi. non-manual signals (grammatical/emotive)
              vii. Suggested Supplemental Grammar – 4 Reality Rules of ASL, General Statements:
                     OSV/SOV, Turn-Taking – REMOVE
         A. Vocabulary/Grammar/Culture
                   1. Deaf Awareness Quiz
                   2. Introducing oneself (fingerspell name, ask for name, express pleasure in meeting someone)
                   3. Identify a person (gender & brief description)
                   4. Appropriate ways to gain attention
                   5. Follow basic classroom instructions
                   6. Describe a shape and place a secondary item
                   7. Correct use of facial expressions/head position for wh-word questions
                   8. Correct hand position for Fingerspelling
                   9. Correct hand shape for fist letters
                   10. Read and sign numbers 1-15
                   11. Discriminate between descriptions – what is same/different
                   12. Give commands involving objects and the body - ADD
         B. Suggested Culture
                   1. introduction to American Sign Language and the Deaf community
                   2. use of the terms ‗Deaf‘ and ‗deaf‘
                   3. name signs
                                                                                                         4
  IX. EXCHANGING PERSONAL INFORMATION (Signing Naturally Unit 2)
         a. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                 i. vocabulary for asking if deaf or hearing or asking where learning Sign Language
                ii. responding to information: OH-I-SEE
               iii. hand dominance/symmetry of signs
         b. Grammar
                 i. agent marker

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COURSE TOPICS                                                               CONTACT HOURS
                                                                               PER TOPIC

         ii. yes/no questions
        iii. wh-question: WHERE
        iv. negation: NOT
         v. directional verb: SAME-AS – REMOVE
  A. Vocabulary/Grammar/Culture
         1. Ask a yes/no question
         2. Identify a person (gender, appearance, body position, and/or action) and either ask a
             question or make a statement about the person
         3. Correct way to acknowledge information signed by another person
         4. Narrate language background using transitions (raise brows) to signal a new time frame
         5. Narrate information about a person and use transitions (raised brows) to move from one
             topic to the next
         6. Describe three types of shapes and how to indicate where to place secondary items (using
             signer‘s perspective to draw a shape)
         7. Identify appropriate ways to negotiate through a signed conversation and through crows of
             people conversing in signs
         8. Correct hand position for fingerspellling names with double letters
         9. Correct handshape for ―up‖ letters
         10. Read and sign the numbers 1-29
         11. Use different strategies to ask for a sign
         12. Affirm/negate a sentence
         13. Understand the role Gallaudet University plays in the Deaf community - ADD
  B. Suggested Culture
                   1. typical introductions in the Deaf community
                   2. commonly used phrases in the Deaf community
                                                                                                  4
  II.    TALKING ABOUT SURROUNDINGS (Signing Naturally Unit 3)
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                   1. asking/telling where things are located
                   2. expressing wants
                   3. correcting information: ―wave-no‖
                   4. Suggested Classifiers: (CL:B, CL:BB, CL:C, CL:11)
         B. Grammar
                   1. real world indexing/eye gaze
                   2. signer‘s perspective
                   3. non-manual markers: ―cs‖, ―far away‖, moderate (distance); nod- (identifying
                       specific location)
                   4. negation (for correcting)
                   5. numbers: 11-15
         C. Suggested Culture
             1. directions are typically given from a general to specific manner
             2. importance of listeners ability to visualize the route - REMOVE

     A. Vocabulary/Grammar/Culture
     B.
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COURSE TOPICS                                                                                   CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                   PER TOPIC
           C.
                1.    Give commands involving objects and locations
                2.    Correct fingerspell words with the letter ―Z‖
                3.    Ask ―which questions using contrastive structure
                4.    Read and sign ordinal numbers 1st – 9th
                5.    Give directions to places on the same floor, different floor and/or different building
                6.    Locate places using real world orientation
                7.    Show spatial agreement by orienting sign to person referring to
                8.    Describe pets
                9.    Use different strategies to ask for a sign
                10.   Correct number forms for cardinal numbers 1-66
                11.   Ask/tell how long something takes in minutes/hours
                12.   How to respond to ―thank you‖
                13.   Correctly fingerspell words with the letters ―Y‖, ―Q‖, ―P‖
                14.   Modify verbs to show agreement with established locations - ADD
                                                                                                         4
        III.    TELLING WHERE YOU LIVE (Signing Naturally Unit 4) - REMOVE TALKING ABOUT YOUR
                FAMILY (Signing Naturally Unit 4) - ADD
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                         1. asking/telling where you live
                         2. asking/telling how to come to class
                         3. use of Fingerspelling in ASL (lexicalized signs)
                B. Grammar
                         1. wh-questions: WHERE, HOW
                         2. real-world orientation (eye gaze)
                         3. noun-verb pairs
                         4. numbers 16-20
                C. Suggested Culture
                         1. Influence of majority culture‘s language on the minority culture‘s language
                         2. Deaf community‘s preference for pointing, describing, acting out, gesturing,
                             drawing prior to the use of fingerspelling
                         3. Deaf community‘s unique description of where they live in Florida – REMOVE
                A. Vocabulary/Grammar Culture
                   1. Ask if someone is married and then ask other personal questions about family
                   2. Ask someone if they have siblings, who is the oldest, and ask about similarities and
                       differences between siblings
                   3. Read and sign cardinal numbers 1-100
                   4. Know different hand positions when Fingerspelling the letter ―J‖
                   5. Know how to indicate one‘s rank among siblings when describing ages
                   6. Read and sign age numbers
                   7. Know how to use possessive adjectives to tell or ask about people‘s relationships
                   8. Know how to give two different negative responses
                   9. Able to make a negative statement, correct information or do both
                   10. Able to make negative statements and then ask follow up questions



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COURSE TOPICS                                                                              CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                              PER TOPIC

                   11. Able to ask someone yes/no questions regarding relatives and whether the relatives are
                       still living or dead
                   12. How to use different strategies for getting meaning across when not knowing the sign
                   13. Know how to make complimentary comments to people about their families
                   14. Know how to maintain a clear sightline at all times, as both signer and listener – ADD

                                                                                                           4
        IV.     TALKING ABOUT YOUR FAMILY (Signing Naturally Unit 5)- - REMOVE TELLING ABOUT
                ACTIVITIES (Signing Naturally Unit 5) - ADD
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                         1. asking/telling about marital status; if you have children/siblings (including how
                             many)
                         2. AGE+#
                B. Grammar
                         1. possessive pronouns
                         2. yes/no questions and use of negative responses: (#NO, NOT, NONE)
                         3. contrastive structure (establishing referents, shift of head and body)
                         4. numbers 21-25
                         5. Suggested Supplemental Grammar - NEVER, negative incorporation
                C. Suggested Culture
                         1. CODA (Child of Deaf Adults)
                         2. Deaf/Hard of hearing children born to hearing parents
                         3. Residential schools experiences – REMOVE
                A. Vocabulary/Grammar/Culture
                   1. Ask someone what to do on a certain day
                   2. Ask when someone did/will do a certain activity
                   3. Ask someone if she/he has completed an activity
                   4. Ask and tell someone how often one does an activity
                   5. Know how to use time signs to discuss events in the future and in the past
                   6. Know how to express opinions
                   7. Know how to use space around me when using possessive adjectives to discuss more than
                       two people
                   8. Know how to use agreement verbs to indicate the subject and the object of an action
                   9. Know how and when to indicate tense in a sentence
                   10. How how to use non-manual markers to sequence two or more activities
                   11. Know the correct forms for plural pronouns to tell how many
                   12. Know the correct sign to use when responding to ―Are you done…?‖ question
                   13. Able to correctly fingerspell the letters ―G‖ and ―H‖ - ADD

                                                                                           4
        V.      TELLING ABOUT ACTIVITIES (Signing Naturally Unit 6) – REMOVE STORYTELLING (Signing
                Naturally Unit 6) - ADD
                A. Vocabulary/Language Function
                B.

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COURSE TOPICS                                                                            CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                            PER TOPIC
                         1.   apologizing for canceling or changing plan

                        2. giving reasons for things
                        3. opinions of activities
                        4. suggesting activities or things to do
                        5. days of the week
                        6. Suggested Classifiers: (CL:3, CL:2, CL:22, CL:5)
                        7. TIME+#
                C. Grammar
                        1. time line
                        2. general/specific time
                        3. use of time signs at the beginning of ASL sentences
                        4. incorporation of numbers in time signs
                        5. wh-question: (2h) #DO
                        6. dual pronouns: (TWO-OF-US)
                        7. phrasing: listing activities
                        8. number 26-30, 31 – 99
                        9. multiples of 5 (to 100)
                D. Suggested Culture
                        1. Deaf community shares detailed information about family, friends, what they‘ve
                             been doing, community news and events
                        2. informing others why you are late, need to leave – REMOVE
                A. Storytelling Features
                   1. One-person role shift in narratives
                   2. Two-person role shift in narratives
                   3. Story cohesion
                          a. Transitions, engaging audience, use of signing space, sticking the ending
                   4. Entrance and exits of characters
                   5. Maintaining spatial agreement - ADD
                                                                                                       2

        VI.     MEET THE BRAVO FAMILY (Bravo Lesson 1)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – family and home sign vocabulary
                B. Grammar
                        1. non-manual markers: (yes/no &wh-questions)
                        2. ASL and English grammar differ (OSV/SOV)
                        3. directional verb: FOOL-YOU
                        4. Suggested Supplemental Grammar - compound signs
                C. Suggested Culture
                        1. American Deaf Culture is a distinct culture
                        2. gaining attention appropriately
                        3. waking a Deaf person
                                                                                                    2
        VII.    READ ANY GOOD FINGERS LATELY? (Bravo Lesson 6)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Function
                B.
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COURSE TOPICS                                                                             CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                             PER TOPIC
                       1. manual alphabet for various reasons
                       2. color vocabulary
                C. Grammar
                       1. Parameters of a sign (handshape, palm orientation, location/placement, movement,
                           non-manual markers
                       2. Suggested Supplemental Grammar - 3 C‘s of fingerspelling (context, configuration,
                           closure)
                       3. lexicalized Fingerspelling

                D. Suggested Culture
                        1. Handshape stories: ABC stories
                        2. Importance of inclusion and accessibility in the Deaf community
                                                                                                      2

        VIII.   BREAKFAST WITH THE BRAVO FAMILY (Bravo Lesson 2)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – breakfast food sign vocabulary
                B. Grammar
                        1. use of adjectives in ASL (noun-adjective structure)
                        2. modifications of signs
                C. Suggested Culture
                        1. Two views of deafness: handicapped vs. cultural view
                                                                                                      2
        IX.     WHERE‘S THE TV REMOTE? (Bravo Lesson 3)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – basic furniture in the home sign vocabulary
                B. Grammar
                        1. use of negation in ASL
                        2. Suggested Supplemental Grammar – (NO, NOT, NONE, NEVER, negative
                            incorporation)
                        3. conceptually accuracy
                C. Suggested Culture
                        1. technology used in the homes of deaf/hard of hearing people
                                                                                                      2
        X.      LET‘S GO FOOD SHOPPING (Bravo Lesson 4)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – food sign vocabulary
                B. Grammar – topic/comment structure
                C. Suggested Culture – Handshape stories: number stories
                                                                                                      2
        XI.     A School Daze (Bravo Lesson 7)
                A. Vocabulary/Language Function – vocabulary for school, math and verbs related to school
                B. Grammar
                         1. conceptually accuracy
                         2. directional use of (#NO)
                C. Suggested Culture
                         1. schools for the Deaf (advantages vs. disadvantages) and the view the Deaf
                            community has for them

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COURSE TOPICS                                                                                     CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                     PER TOPIC

                                                                                                          12
           XII.    PRACTICE AND PROJECTS - This time should be used for application and consolidation of
                   language, grammar and cultural components studied in ASL 1140. It allows for expressive and
                   receptive practice in the classroom or sign language lab.
                                                                                                          12
           XIII.   REVIEW AND TESTING - This time should be used for review of specific sign vocabulary,
                   quizzes/exams (written, expressive or receptive).

Additional Activities and Review:

Additional activities are at the discretion of the instructor. They may include class time spent in the sign language
lab, readings from outside sources, class social activities with deaf/hard of hearing individuals, or guest speakers.

Additional video materials available in the sign language lab such as the Bravo videos are provided as a companion to
the workbook and are to be completed by students during their own time. (Bravo Lesson, including the review lesson
5 may be completed in the sign language lab at the discretion of the professor.)




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PROGRAM TITLE:                      Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                       American Sign Language I

CIP NUMBER:                         0713.10031

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
       -- The student will be able to:

       01.01   Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation
       01.02   Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
       01.05   Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
       01.07   Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
               a)     Time indicators
               b)     Visual topics
               c)     Directional verbs
               d)     Promotional reference
       01.08   Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
       01.09   Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
               ASL.
       01.10   Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.



02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS-- The student will be able to:

       02.01 Demonstrate knowledge to the history of invented sign systems e.g. LOVE, SEE I.
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.




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                               Florida State College                Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                                  At Jacksonville



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Section 1
                                                                             SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1140
                                                                             CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: American Sign Language I
Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
          AA Elective                         AS Required Professional Course                        College Prep
          AS Professional Elective            AAS Required Professional Course                       Technical Certificate
          Other                                        PSAV                                                     Apprenticeship
          General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)
Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
          Communications                      Social & Behavioral Sciences                           Mathematics
          Natural Sciences                    Humanities
Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                     Quantitative
       Reading          Speaking       Critical Analysis                                         Scientific Method of Inquiry
                                                                     Skills
       Writing          Listening      Information Literacy          Ethical Judgment            Working Collaboratively
Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
       Communication                           Critical Thinking         Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
       Information
                                               Global Sociocultural Responsibility
       Literacy

                                                       Type of
                                                       Outcome:
Section 6
                                                       Gen. Ed,
             LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                       METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                       Program,
                                                       Course
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                  Gen. Ed.;     evaluations of student‘s ability to expressively produce
        COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF
         2                                             Program;      grammatically and syntactically correct ASL utterances;
         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                        Course        in class written evaluations of student‘s receptively ability
                                                                     to understand ASL and its linguistic principles.
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s ability to expressively produce
                                                       Gen. Ed.;
         . DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                              grammatically and syntactically correct ASL utterances
        3                                             Program;
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                                        from written or spoken stimulus; in class written
                                                       Course
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s receptively ability to understand
                                                                     ASL and its linguistic principles.

Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: Lori Cimino                                        Date: 10/12/10


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                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                      COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                        ASL 1150

COURSE TITLE:                                         American Sign Language II

PREREQUISITE(S):                                      ASL 1140 with a grade of "C" or better

CREDIT HOURS:                                         4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                   4

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:
     Lecture/Discussion:                              4
     Laboratory:
     Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              4

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language I and will emphasize intermediate level sign vocabulary,
increasingly complex linguistic principles of American Sign Language and the development of intermediate receptive
and expressive conversational skills. There will be additional costs required which will vary based on activities or
projects such as attendance to the local Deaf club, and experiences within in the Deaf community or at the Florida
School for the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine. Students will be expected to refine and practice their skills in
the Sign Language Lab.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                    American Sign Language Curriculum Bravo!; J. Cassell
                                                      Signing Naturally Level I, Student Workbook and
                                                      videotext; Mikos, Lentz and Smith – REMOVE
                                                      Signing Naturally Units 7-12, student workbook and DVD,
                                                      Smith, Lentz, Mikos (2008) - ADD
                                                      Numbering in American Sign Language; C. MacDougall -
                                                      REMOVE

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  November 14, 1987

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall Term, 1991 (921)
                                                      Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall Term, 2005 (20061) (was SPA 1613)
                                                      Fall Term, 2007 (20081) (was SPA 1603)
                                                      Spring Term, 2008 (20092) (was ASL 1120)
                                                      Fall Term, 2011 (20121)

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REPLACEMENT *Topics may be arranged to accommodate the professor‘s individual preference and techniques.

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                    CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                    PER TOPIC

CUMMULATIVE REVIEW 1-6 (Signing Naturally)                                                     2
       A. Vocabulary/Language Functions - phrases used to ask for clarification, repetition or getting back to
          topic after an interruptions
       B. Grammar - review of sentence types (yes/no questions, wh-questions, statements and negative
          sentences)
       C. Suggested Culture
                1. revisiting culturally appropriate ways for introductions in the Deaf community
                2. name signs
                3. gaining attention
                4. negotiating a signing environment
                5. basic technology used in the Deaf community - REMOVE

HOW MANY (Numbering in American Sign Language - Chapter 1)                                     1
       D. Vocabulary/Language Functions
               1. Numbers 1-109, multiples of 100
               2. emphasis, large numbers, mixed numbers, approximations, number representation
               3. quantifiers
       E. Grammar - number representation (Classifiers for people: CL:1, CL:2, CL:3, CL:4, CL:5)
       F. Suggested Culture - cross-cultural communication strategies - REMOVE

      I. GIVING DIRECTIONS (Signing Naturally – Unit 7)                                              6
             G. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                     1. asking/telling where in a building or on campus
                     2. explaining needs
                     3. confirming: RIGHT
                     4. expressing uncertainty
             H. Grammar
                     1. ordinal numbers
                     2. rank numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd place)
                     3. topic/comment structure
                     4. spatial reference
             I. Suggested Culture - cross-cultural communication strategies

II.          DESCRIBING OTHERS (Signing Naturally – Unit 8)                                                  6
             A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                     1. describing others who are present- SEE or not present KNOW
                     2. confirming who you are discussing: THAT-ONE, correcting ―wave-no‖
                     3. Suggested Classifiers (Descriptive Classifiers - CL:2, CL:4, CL:44, CL:G, CL:claw, CL:I,
                         CL:C, etc.)
             B. Grammar
                     1. wh-questions: WHO
                     2. descriptive classifiers: body parts and clothing
                     3. contrastive structure

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COURSE TOPICS                                                                             CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                             PER TOPIC
                4. numbers: multiples of 5, 10, 11
        C. Suggested Culture
                1. typical order in which people are described
                2. use of specific details when describing
                3. making connections in the Deaf community through visual descriptions

III.     MAKING REQUESTS (Signing Naturally – Unit 9)                                                6
        A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                1. giving locations of objects in a room
                2. asking for assistance
                3. accepting/declining offers
                4. Suggested Classifiers (CL:B, CL:A, CL-bent V)
                5. DO-MIND, PLEASE FOR-ME, CAN for use in making requests
        B. Grammar
                1. verb types (plain, inflecting, spatial)
                2. role shifting
                3. money numbers
                4. numbers 51-75
                5. Suggested Supplemental Grammar - directional, simultaneous directional, locative verbs
        C. Suggested Culture - Deaf community‘s unique description of where they live in Florida

IV.     TALKING ABOUT YOUR FAMILY AND OCCUPATIONS (Signing Naturally – Unit 10)                      6
        A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                1. explanations of relationships in a family
                2. asking/telling how old or how long
        B. Grammar
                1. possessive pronouns used in indicating family relationships
                2. wh-questions: HOW-OLD, HOW-LONG
                3. listing principle of ASL (rank order)
                4. dual personal pronouns
                5. age numbers (contractions)
                6. numbers 67-98 (twisters)
        C. Suggested Culture
                1. Exploring careers in deafness
                2. Technology‘s effect on job opportunities for deaf/hard of hearing people

  V.    AGE (Numbering in American Sign Language – Chapter 8)                                        1
        A. AGE+# (contractions)
        B. Age approximations - REMOVE

VI.     ATTRIBUTING QUALITIES TO OTHERS (Signing Naturally - Unit 11)                                3
        A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – contradicting opinions: BUT
        B. Grammar – one character role shifting
        C. Suggested Culture – ASL Storytelling



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 COURSE TOPICS                                                                             CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                              PER TOPIC
 VII.    TALKING ABOUT ROUTINES (Signing Naturally – Unit 12)                                       5
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                 1. solving conflicts
                 2. telling what time
         B. Grammar
                 1. temporal sequencing
                 2. time signs: frequency (EVERY________)
                 3. clock numbers
                 4. wh-questions: WHEN
         C. Suggested Culture – History of Deaf America

VIII.    CUMMULATIVE REVIEW 7-12 (Signing Naturally)                                                  1
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                 1. getting attention
                 2. handling interruptions
                 3. giving listener feedback
                 4. opening and closing conversations
                 5. negotiating a signing environment
         B. Grammar
                 1. number forms
                 2. role shifting
         C. Suggested Culture - maintaining continuity in relationships

  IX.    A SCHOOL DAZE (Bravo – Lesson 8)                                                              2
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions - vocabulary for school, math and verbs related to school
         B. Grammar - conceptually accuracy
         C. Suggested Culture - schools for the Deaf (advantages vs. disadvantages) and the view the Deaf
            community has for them

   X.    DOLLAR SIGNS (Bravo – Lesson 9)                                                              2
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions - vocabulary related to finance and personal information
         B. Grammar - money numbers ($1 - $10)
         C. Suggested Culture
                  1. communication strategies to use with Deaf people
                  2. employment options
  XI.    MONEY/PERSONAL NUMBERS (Numbering in American Sign Language – Chapters 2 & 11)               1
         A. cents, dollars, mixed amounts
         B. approximations
         C. phrases regarding money
         D. phone number and address - REMOVE

XII.     PLAYING IN THE PARK (Bravo – Lesson 11)                                                      2
         A. Vocabulary/Language Functions - vocabulary related to nature and sports
         B. Grammar – use of space
         C. Suggested Culture – unique needs of Deaf people in medical situations
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   COURSE TOPICS                                                                                     CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                        PER TOPIC

 XIII.        THE DOCTOR IS IN! (Bravo – Lesson 12)                                                              2
              A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – vocabulary related to illness or injury
              B. Grammar – using facial expression to enhance meaning
              C. Suggested Culture – unique needs of Deaf patients

  XIV.        BUSINESS AS USUAL (Bravo – Lesson 13)                                                              2
              A. Vocabulary/Language Functions – vocabulary related to jobs and job titles
              B. Grammar
                      1. number incorporation
                      2. number expansion
              C. Suggested Culture – Deaf people‘s use of the telephone (TTY, VP, relay services)

   XV.        LET‘S GO SHOPPING (Bravo – Lesson 14)                                                              2
              A. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                      1. vocabulary related to clothing and how they fit
                      2. classifiers (CL:1, CL:2, CL:3, CL:4, CL:V)
              B. Grammar – defining various types of classifiers
              C. Suggested Culture – needs of children who are born deaf

  XVI.        PRACTICE AND PROJECTS - This time should be used for application and consolidation of language,
              grammar and cultural components studied in SPA 1603. It allows for expressive and receptive practice
              in the classroom or sign language lab.                                                5 – REMOVE
                                                                                                    8 - ADD

 XVII.        REVIEW AND TESTING - This time should be used for review of specific sign vocabulary,
              quizzes/exams (written, expressive or receptive).                                  5 – REMOVE
                                                                                                 7 - ADD
XVIII.
  Additional Activities and Review:

   Additional activities are at the discretion of the instructor. They may include class time spent in the sign language
   lab, readings from outside sources, class social activities with deaf/hard of hearing individuals, or guest speakers.

   Additional video materials available in the sign language lab such as the Bravo videos are provided as a companion to
   the workbook and are to be completed by students during their own time. (Bravo Lessons, including the review
   lessons 10 & 15 can be completed in the sign language lab at the discretion of the professor.)




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                                                                                 Form 2A, Page 6

PROGRAM TITLE:                              Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                               American Sign Language II

CIP NUMBER:                                 0713.10031

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
       -- The student will be able to:

       01.01 Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation
       01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
       01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs.
       01.04 Recognize and produce a minimum of 50 American Sign Language idioms.
       01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
       01.06 Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL.
       01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
       a) Time indicators
       b) Visual topics
       c) Directional verbs
       d) Promotional reference
       01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
       01.10 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
              ASL.
       01.11 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS -- The student will be able to:

       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.




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                               Florida State College                Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                                  At Jacksonville



NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry.

Section 1
                                                                             SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1150
                                                                             CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: American Sign Language II
Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
          AA Elective                         AS Required Professional Course                        College Prep
          AS Professional Elective            AAS Required Professional Course                       Technical Certificate
          Other                                        PSAV                                                     Apprenticeship
          General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)
Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
          Communications                      Social & Behavioral Sciences                           Mathematics
          Natural Sciences                    Humanities
Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                     Quantitative
       Reading          Speaking       Critical Analysis                                         Scientific Method of Inquiry
                                                                     Skills
       Writing          Listening      Information Literacy          Ethical Judgment            Working Collaboratively
Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
       Communication                           Critical Thinking         Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
       Information
                                               Global Sociocultural Responsibility
       Literacy

                                                       Type of
                                                       Outcome:
Section 6
                                                       Gen. Ed,
             LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                       METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                       Program,
                                                       Course
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                  Gen. Ed.;     evaluations of student‘s ability to expressively produce
        COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF
         2                                             Program;      grammatically and syntactically correct ASL utterances;
         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                        Course        in class written evaluations of student‘s receptively ability
                                                                     to understand ASL and its linguistic principles
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s ability to expressively produce
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                  Program;      grammatically and syntactically correct ASL utterances
        3
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                          Course        from written or spoken stimulus; in class written
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s receptively ability to understand
                                                                     ASL and its linguistic principles.

Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: Lori Cimino                                           Date: 10/12/10


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                                                                                                     Form 2A, Page 1
                                 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                       COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER:                                         ASL 1130

COURSE TITLE:                                         American Sign Language III

PREREQUISITE/(S):                                     ASL 1140 1150 and with grade "C" or better in both courses.
                                                      REMOVE

COREQUISITE/(S):                                      None

CREDIT HOURS:                                         3

CONTACT HOURS:                                        3

CONTACT HOUR/(S) BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                            3
       Laboratory:
       Other/(s):_________

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                              3

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                           24



CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a continuation of ASL 1140 and will emphasize advanced level sign vocabulary, advanced linguistic
principles of American Sign Language and the development of advanced receptive and expressive conversational
skills. There will be additional costs required which will vary based on activities or projects such as attendance to
the local Deaf club and experiences within in the Deaf community or at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind in
St. Augustine. Students will be expected to refine and practice their skills in the Sign Language Lab.

REQUIRED TEXT/(S)/MEDIA:                              Signing Naturally Level II, workbook and videotext; Mikos,
                                                      Lentz and Smith
                                                      Numbering in American Sign Language; C. MacDougall
                                                      REMOVE

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                  Winter Term, 1992 (922)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                          Fall   Term, 2002 (20031)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2005 (20061) (SPA 1614)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2007 (20081)
                                                      Fall   Term, 2008 (20091) - Outline Review 2007
                                                      Fall   Term, 2011 (20121)

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                                                                                        Form 2A, Page 2
REPLACEMENT
*Topics may be arranged to accommodate the professor‘s individual preference and techniques.

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                    CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                   PER TOPIC



  I.    Talking About the Weekend (Signing Naturally – Unit 17)                                     8
            c. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                     i. Ask about the weekend
                    ii. Describe weekend activities
                  iii. Express opinions/feelings
                   iv. Tell about disrupted plans
            d. Grammar
                     i. Temporal sequencing
                    ii. Time signs with durative aspect
                  iii. Element classifiers
                   iv. Numbers:120 – 1,000
            e. Suggested Culture
                     i. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) and their role in the Deaf community
                    ii. Legends in the Deaf community

       II. Complaining, Making Suggestions and Requests (Signing Naturally – Unit 14)        8
             f. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                       i. complain about others
                      ii. make suggestions
                    iii. make request
                     iv. ask for permission
                      v. express concern
                     vi. decline, explain why
                    vii. agree, with condition
                   viii. agree with shortcomings
                    ix. ask for clarification
             g. Grammar
                       i. recurring time signs
                      ii. continuous time signs
                    iii. temporal aspect
                     iv. inflecting verbs
                      v. role shifting
                     vi. conditional sentences
                    vii. clock numbers
             h. Suggested Culture – Cheers and Songs in the Deaf community

   X. Describing and Identifying Things (Signing Naturally Unit - 16)                              8
         a. Vocabulary/Language Functions
                   i. ask what a word means
                  ii. give definition
                 iii. describe object
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                                                                                              Form 2A, Page 3

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                     CONTACT HOURS
                                                                                                     PER TOPIC
           b. Grammar
                   i. descriptive classifiers (shapes, patterns, textures)
                  ii. instrument classifiers
                 iii. weak hand as reference
                 iv. topic-comment structure
                  v. non-manual markers: ‘oo‖, ―cha‖, ‖mm‖
                 vi. money numbers
           c. Suggested Culture - ASL Storytelling in the Deaf community

How Long (Numbering in American Sign Language - Unit 5)                                       2
          d. Seconds, minutes, hours
          e. Days. Weeks, months, years
          f. Duration

How Long (Numbering in American Sign Language - Unit 6)                                       2
          g. Time frequency
          h. Other frequency signs

When (Numbering in American Sign Language – Unit 7)                                                   2
         i. Signs for telling time
         j. Time Estimates
         k. Timeline
         l. Year and date signs

Where/Which    (Numbering in American Sign Language – Unit 10)                                        2
        m.      Location
        n.      Places
        o.      Rank order
        p.      Ordinal numbers- REMOVE

IV.        Practice and Projects - This time should be used for application and consolidation of language, grammar
           and cultural components studied in SPA 1604. It allows for expressive and receptive practice in the
           classroom or sign language lab.                                                           8 – REMOVE
                                                                                                     11 - ADD
V.         Review and Testing - This time should be used for review of specific sign vocabulary, quizzes/exams
           (written, expressive or receptive).                                                       5 – REMOVE
                                                                                                     10 - ADD
Additional Activities and Review:

Additional activities are at the discretion of the instructor. They may include class time spent in the sign language
lab, readings from outside sources, class social activities with deaf/hard of hearing individuals, or guest speakers.

Additional video materials available in the sign language lab such as the ASL Poetry videos, various samples of ASL
structure, mouth morphemes and/or classifier information.



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                                                                                         Form 2A, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                              Sign Language Interpretation

COURSE TITLE:                               American Sign Language III

CIP NUMBER:                                 0713.100301

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

01.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN SIGN
       LANGUAGE— The student will be able to:
       01.01 Identify the four parameters of ASL: handshape, placement, movement, and orientation
       01.02 Recognize and demonstrate the use of ASL classifiers.
       01.03 Recognize and produce a minimum vocabulary of 2,000 standard signs
       01.05 Discuss and demonstrate the proper use of space in ASL.
       01.06 Discuss and demonstrate proper use of economy of movement (motion) in ASL.
       01.07 Identify patterns of sentence structure in ASL:
             a) Time indicators
             b) Visual topics
             c) Directional verbs
             d) Promotional reference
       01.08 Demonstrate the ability to sequence working vocabulary into appropriate ASL forms.
       01.09 Demonstrate and explain the role of natural gestures, facial expressions, and body movement in
             ASL.
       01.10 Demonstrate the ability to choose conceptually accurate signs for production in ASL.

02.0   DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS--The student will be able to:
       02.02 Use and understand fingerspelling.




                                                      118
                               Florida State College                Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                                  At Jacksonville


NOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand to accommodate your entry.
Section 1
                                                                             SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 3
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: ASL 1130
                                                                             CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: American Sign Language III

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
          AA Elective                         AS Required Professional Course                       College Prep
          AS Professional Elective            AAS Required Professional Course                      Technical Certificate
          Other                                        PSAV                                                   Apprenticeship
          General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
          Communications                      Social & Behavioral Sciences                          Mathematics
          Natural Sciences                    Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                     Quantitative
       Reading          Speaking       Critical Analysis                                        Scientific Method of Inquiry
                                                                     Skills
       Writing          Listening      Information Literacy          Ethical Judgment           Working Collaboratively

Section 5
STATE GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA
       Communication                           Critical Thinking         Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
       Information
                                               Global Sociocultural Responsibility
       Literacy

                                                       Type of
                                                       Outcome:
Section 6
                                                       Gen. Ed,
             LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                       METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
                                                       Program,
                                                       Course
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                  Gen. Ed.;     evaluations of student‘s ability to produce grammatically
        COMPONENTS & PRINCIPLES OF
         2                                             Program;      and syntactically correct ASL utterance s; in class written
         AMERICAN SIGN      LANGUAGE                   Course        evaluations of student‘s receptively ability to understand
                                                                     ASL and its linguistic principles.
                                                                     In class observations; Sign Lab assignments; videotaped
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s ability to expressively produce
                                                       Gen. Ed.;
         DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF THE                                grammatically and syntactically correct ASL utterances;
        3                                             Program;
         VARIOUS SIGN SYSTEMS                                        from written or spoken stimulus; in class written
                                                       Course
                                                                     evaluations of student‘s receptively ability to understand
                                                                     ASL and its linguistic principles.

Section 7 Name of Person Completing This Form: Lori Cimino                                       Date: 10/12/10

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