Cognitive Processing in ASL allows you to develop and
hone the skills required for a comprehensive understanding of and
flexibility with ASL before you attempt to interpret the message.
These skills include:
- Immediate Repetition
- Delayed Repetition
- Fingerspelled Word Recognition
- Numbers in ASL
- Pattern Inference
Allow Cognitive Processing in ASL to help you to master these skills, and make the interpreting process as effortless and possible!
The Effective Interpreting Series is a multi-installment series offering five sets of source materials in English (to use with any language in a language pair), and five sets of source materials in American Sign Language (ASL). The series takes the complex skill of simultaneous interpreting and breaks it down into manageable components, allowing interpreters to increase the individual skills that lead to effective simultaneous interpreting.
- Unrehearsed and unscripted
- Researched theories and carefully constructed exercises
- Organized logically from easier-to-master skills to complex skills
- Created for use in the classroom or for independent study
Use these innovative step-by-step self-study materials to enhance your mastery of ASL and become a more effective, confident interpreter.
For information regarding credited-bearing courses, please go to: http://www.carolpatrie.com/training.html
Carol J. Patrie, Ph.D., CSC, SC:L, CI, CT, was instrumental in designing the Master of Arts in Interpretation at Gallaudet University. With numerous national and international publications and presentations, Patrie is one of the foremost professionals in the fields of Interpretation and Education.