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SIGN 261 Terminology


Interpreting Spoken English into ASL
Transliterating Spoken English into English Ordered Signs
Consecutive Interpreting Full Concept/Paragraph Behind the Speaker
Simultaneous Interpreting At Same Pace as the Speaker
Sign-to-Voice Interpreting ASL to Spoken English
Voice-to-Sign Interpreting Spoken English to ASL
Sign-to-Voice Transliterating English Ordered Signs to Spoken English
Voice-to-Sign Transliterating Spoken English to English Ordered Signs
MCE Manually Coded English
SEE1 Seeing Essential English
SEE2 Signing Exact English
LOVE Linguistics Of Visual English
Pidgin/Contact Language/PSE Characteristics of both English and ASL
Decalage Lag Time/Processing Time
Pantomime Gesture & Movement
Dialects Regional Signs (South, East, Black, etc.)
Gestuno International Sign System to Facilitate Communication Globally (NOT a Language)
Fingerspelling Letters of ABCs represented w/1 Hand (Manual Alphabet, Rochester Method, Dactology)
Initialized Signs Traditional Signs Adapted from ASL to Use 1st Letter of the English Word (Science-Chemistry)
Cued Speech 8 Handshapes by Mouth Enhance Speech/Lip Reading Skills
Simultaneous Communication(SIM COM)/Total Communication Sign/Speak at the Same Time
Bilingual Fluent in 2 Languages
Created by: Megan2385