Alaska Registry of Interpreters 
              for the Deaf
 

Patrick Fischer in Fairbanks April 11 2015!

  • 11 Apr 2015
  • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Community and Technical College CTC Room 119, Fairbanks, Alaska

Registration

  • Working Interpreter (includes price of membership)
  • University level ASL Student
  • Working Interpreter (includes price of membership)

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Patrick Fischer will conduct two workshops in Fairbanks on April 11, 2015.  "Mouthing Morphemes" and Communications in the Technical World in ASL - Graphics, Art and Website 


These workshops will be conducted in American Sign Language

Saturday Morning, April 11, 2015 9:30 - 11:30am

“Mouthing Morphemes”
Mouthing-Morphemes are an important part of communication in ASL. They are mouth movements to support ASL grammar on your face (mouth area). This is not the mouthing of English words used in oral communication. They have a specific context that relates with ASL signs and structure. Example: We use "cha" with ASL signs for "a thick book" or use "ooo" with ASL signs for "a thin book."
The workshop targets participants of varying skill levels from ASL students to working interpreters. Participants will learn and how to incorporate mouthing morphemes into their communication and interpretation in a fun and interactive approach. The instructor will do observational assessments as participants work through their understanding and incorporation of each mouthing morpheme (Eng - ASL).


Saturday Afternoon, April 11, 2015 1:00 - 5:00pm

“Communications in the Technical World in ASL - Graphic, Art and Website"
Signs of Technology are an important part of communication in ASL (formal and non-formal). Techniques for using specialized discourse with technical terms includes vocabulary (signs), grammar, classifiers, visual, space, and fingerspelling which are properly applied to match technical information. Context is applied when using vocabulary - Example: “copy, cut, paste” on the computer screen compared to paper showing different signs and visual aspects of terms. This is an advanced training open to working interpreters and participants who are fluent in ASL.

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