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Kevin Williams

Senior Lecturer
Department of ASL and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-5315
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Kevin Williams

Senior Lecturer
Department of ASL and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Instructional/Support Faculty

Education

BS, St. Louis Christian College; MS, Western Maryland College

585-475-5315

Currently Teaching

INTP-436
3 Credits
In this course students advance their skills in simultaneously producing equivalent spoken English messages from ASL source messages. Monologic, expository texts on specific topic areas will be the focus of this course. Students will continue to develop their English vocabulary, ASL vocabulary, interpreting analysis skills, develop team interpreting skills and increase stamina. To progress to the next course in the sequence (INTP-450) students must complete course with a minimum grade of C.
INTP-336
3 Credits
Students will develop the ability to produce an equivalent English message from ASL source messages. This course integrates inquiry and expository texts in both dialogic and monologic formats. Specific content areas include healthcare, employment and finances. Students continue to develop text analysis skills, applying them to simultaneous interpreting. To progress to the next courses in the sequence (INTP-350 and INTP-436 ) students must complete courses with minimum grades of C.
INTP-360
3 Credits
This course includes an overview of the history and current status of educational interpreting throughout the United States. Content includes the role, practices, and skills of educational interpreters in K-12 settings; communication systems; pertinent laws and regulations; resources, information, and strategies for consumer awareness and education; administrative practices and personnel structure of school systems; assessment and management of educational interpreters; and topics that concern educational interpreters.