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Understanding ASL Discourse and Applying it to Sign Language Interpreting


This workshop will address discourse mapping in ASL with two primary goals:
to increase interpreter comprehension of ASL texts
to improve interpreter understanding of discourse structure in ASL for application to their interpreting work.

This workshop will include activities such as analyzing chunks of information in ASL, working from ASL into English and from English to ASL. As interpreters become more comfortable with discourse structures in ASL, they will be more confident when rendering interpretations in both English and in ASL.

Instructor: Dr. Deborah Cates; contact: Judy Gipson

Session Number: 7291
Date: 4/8/17
Time: 9:00-4:00
Location: MBAEA, Bettendorf
Registration closes 4/1/17.

Cost:
This is a free, no-credit workshop.
CEUs will be provided by the instructor.




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For more information, contact Betsy Justis at 1-563-344-6481, 1-800-947-2329 extension 6481, or email bjustis@mbaea.org .



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