This is the fourth and last workshop of a series of 4 workshops for the spring of 2024. Each month, we present one workshop on a different topic. Also, for each workshop you attend, you will earn 0.2 CEU’s, but if you take all 4 workshops, you will earn 8 hours of CEU’s or 0.8 CEU’s. Have you ever found it difficult to voice specific vocabulary words when you are speaking for the Deaf consumer? As more and more Deaf become professionals, the demand for skilled interpreters capable of voicing specific words for a specific field is growing. It has been noted that Deaf consumers prefer interpreters who are capable of understanding the intent of nuanced face expressions, head movements or even classifiers, thus bridging the gap of communication between the hearing world and the Deaf world. The aim of this workshop is to explore a conscientious approach to employing a combination of preparation, cloze, and prediction skills to aid interpreters in producing effective and accurate sign-to-voice interpretations. It will incorporate the opportunity to rehearse and apply the principles discussed to sign-to-voice stimuli.
When: Saturday, May 11, 2024
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm PST (California)
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