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"That Changes Everything" and "ASL Classifiers" with Sharon Lott

Nov
02
Sat

Two sessions will be provided - 8:30 - 11:30 "Classifier Skill Building" will cover how to integrate effective classifiers into our work. Mastery of this skill enables interpreters to convey clearer and more fluid messages.

"ASL Head Movements" and "Classifier Skill Building"

Nov
04
Mon

Morning - "Head Movements in ASL" use patterns of rhythms, stress and intonation in a visual language and serve as punctuation and discourse markers. Afternoon - "Classifier Skill Building " integration will aid in the ability to convey clearer more fluid messages in ASL. Focus on use of classifiers and corresponding non-manual makers.

BGASLTA Fall Conference with April Haggard - ASL Conjunctions

Nov
09
Sat

. “Conjunctions in English is Heavily Used, Can ASL?” -Conjunctions are heavily used in the English spoken language, such as “however”, “and”, or “but. Participants will learn how teach the use of conjunctions in early ASL courses. There are ways to avoid signing BUT & AND specifically.

Becoming a CDI and Working with One

Nov
23
Sat

Are you a Deaf individual or DI Interested in coming a Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) or are you a practicing interpreting interested in working on a team that includes a CDI or DI? Trenton Marsh will provide a broad overview of current RID certification process and testing system within RID. He will help individuals prepare and understand the skills that are needed for certification.

Using a CDI in the Classroom

Nov
25
Mon

training session is intended for teachers and other staff working in a K-12 setting who can benefit from using a Certified Deaf Interpreter with students and deaf individuals. . . but first, we must understand the unique role and function of the services of a CDI working solo or as a team in this setting.

EIPA Performance Test

Dec
07
Sat

The Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) is a tool designed to evaluate the voice-to-sign and sign-to-voice interpreting skills of interpreters who work in the elementary and secondary school classroom setting.

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