EIP 289 Syllabus

 

Division:        Arts and Sciences                                                                                                               Date:  February 2014

 

Curricula in Which Course is Taught: 

 

Course Number and Title:    EIP 289  Preparation for Performance Evaluations: Transliteration

 

Credit Hours:  1                   Hours/Wk Lecture:       Hours/Wk Lab:           Lec/Lab Comb:         

 

I.              Catalog Description:    Provides a "mock" performance evaluation with a focus on transliterating. Students will receive feedback as well as perform self-analyses in order to better prepare them to take the Transliterating component of the Virginia Quality Assurance Screening (VQAS). Prerequisite: EIP 214, EIP 280 or consent of instructor. These courses may not transfer to any other VCCS institutions in ASL or INT programs.  Lecture 1 hour per week.

II.            Relationship of the Course to Curricula Objectives in which course is taught:
This is the thirteenth required upper level course of the EIP curriculum.

III.           Required Background:  
Intermediate signing skills or above

IV.          Course Content
A.       “Mock” Transliteration Performance Evaluation

1.    Voice-to-Sign Transliterating

2.    Interactive Transliterating

3.    Sign-to-Voice Transliterating

B.       Voice-to-Sign Transliterating

1.    Performance

2.    Student self-analysis

3.    Feedback

C.       Interactive Transliterating

1.    Performance

2.    Student self-analysis

3.    Feedback

D.       Sign-to-Voice Transliterating

1.    Performance

2.    Student self-analysis

3.    Feedback

V.           Learner Outcomes

 

The student will:

VI.          Evaluation

A.   take the “mock” transliteration performance evaluation

B.   review their performance on each component of the “mock” evaluation

C.   self-analyze their performance, citing strengths and weaknesses

D.   receive feedback from the instructor regarding their performance

E.   discuss self-analysis and instructor feedback, strategizing ways to improve performance

Written assessment and videotaped assessments

 

VII.         This course supports the following objectives:

 

DCC Educational Objectives:

Communication

Critical Thinking

Cultural and Social Understanding