Ed Interpreters eLearning Series: Classifiers, the Key to Visually Rich Interpretations - 008963
The intent of this training is to provide interpreters with knowledge of a variety of classifiers that will enhance interpretations. Participants will identify when spoken English discourse will elicit the use of classifiers to effectively convey the information in ASL, PSE, or MCE. The video conference will be filled with small group activities to allow participants to practice producing classifiers and to get feedback from peers. Presenter: Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager EIPA Diagnostic Center, RID CI/CT Originally Presented September 17, 2016

Audiences Interpreters, Teacher - Special Education

01520311/01/2017 - 08/31/2019Online
Fee   None
Credit Hours   04:00 hours of DARS-Deaf & Hard of Hearing Svcs. Interp 
Presenter   Boys Town National Research Hospital Boys Town National Research Hospital 
Seats Left   4883 

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