Alaska Registry of Interpreters 
              for the Deaf
 

Green Eggs and Ham

  • 19 Apr 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • East High Library Annex

Registration


Registration is closed



If you live outside of Anchorage and would like to participate in this training by DVD please contact Anne Dawson dawson@asdawson.com.  If you’re interested in receiving CEUs, the DVD must be viewed by May 3rd and the paperwork returned by May 5th.


When asked to interpret Shakespeare or Dr. Seuss, do you start looking for the nearest exit? Have no fear! This workshop will allow participants to look at bodies of text that are traditionally established in content, context, and tone, and the obstacles in translation that comes with these traditional views. This workshop will provide you with the tools to translate text into ASL without sacrificing content, and preserving the fun and linguistic integrity of these language masters- Dr. Seuss and William Shakespeare (and other writers with similar styles).


This training will be taught in ASL  - and for advanced ASL users only.



ABOUT THE PRESENTER

 

Crom Saunders is in constant motion between his teaching, presenting, performing, and everything in between.  He currently holds a MA in Creative Writing. Crom has worked for theatre in almost every position possible backstage and on stage, in addition to lecturing on a wide variety of topics.

www.thecromsaunders.com


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