Classifiers: Just Do It!
Debbie Peterson, M.S., CDI
This training will introduce participants to the appropriate basic and foundational use of Classifiers in American Sign Language. In the first half of the training session a presentation on the foundational and functional uses of ASL Classifiers by native language users will be discussed. After the theoretical foundation has been established participants will be given an opportunity to apply the concepts presented and engage in practical exercises to improve ASL Classifier use in their interpretation work.
Deaf Community Services
3930 Fourth Avenue, Suite 300, San Diego
Free parking available in the building’s parking structure. Obtain Parking pass when you arrive at the workshop.
May 19, 2012
9am – 4pm
Students: $40.00, Members: $60.00,
After May 17th and at the door: $80.00
Debbie Peterson, M.S., CDI, hails from a Deaf family in Alabama. She received her M.S. in Teaching American Sign Language from McDaniel College in Maryland. She has taught ASL, Deaf Culture and interpreting across the country. She is currently working for Sorenson Communications in professional development.
This workshop will be conducted in ASL. If you need accommodations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 5/5/12. Please visit SDCRID.org for cancellation and refund policy.
The VRS Interpreting Institute (VRSII) is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.6 CEUs at the Some Content Knowledge Level. Activity #0295-0512-01