Ed Interpreter eLearning Series: Classifiers for the K-12 Classroom - 009013
Classifiers are a feature used in ASL to describe objects: a surface, the depth and width of things, the volume or amount of a liquid or a gas, the external shape of an object, or the movement of large groups of persons or things. The goal of this training is to introduce you to the rules for production of classifiers and to cover a variety of content areas you will encounter in the K-12 setting where classifiers are necessary. We will use new classroom content for practice purposes with a focus on Science, Social Studies, and History. Presenter: Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager EIPA Diagnostic Center, RID CI/CT Originally presented December 7, 2013.

Audiences Interpreters, Teacher - Special Education

01527311/01/2017 - 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   4764 

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