Building blocks to better interpreting. A two-part workshop series for ASL-English interpreters. Feb 27th
Register for this two-part workshop series with Tiffany Hill and Paris McTizic. Registration closes on February 6th, 2021. See you there!
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[Image description: Flyer #1 – Background with gold and striped circles. Title: Building blocks to better interpreting. A two-part workshop series for ASL-English interpreters. February 20 & 27, 2021 10am-1pm ET. Limited participation
REGISTER HERE: t.ly/lrzW
$30 fee per session
Image of Paris McTizic – Brown skin male with a bald head, a black suit and gold tie. There is a floral arrangement in the background. Text below reads The Art of Shadowing –
A Language Acquisition Technique To Enhance Your Production
Image of Tiffany Hill – Light skin black woman with curly hair smiling at the camera. She is wearing gold hoop earrings and a short-sleeve coral sweater top with diagonal cutouts and matching coral lipstick. The text reads below The Interpreting Continuum – Foundational Tools To Enhance Your Performance
Flyer #2 – White background with striped circles. The text reads Week 1 Feb. 20th, 10:00 am-1:00pm ET Do your ASL skills need more fine-tuning? Let’s jazz up your skills in this 3-hour session, where we will analyze the art of shadowing as a building block technique to improve our ASL production. Week 2 Feb. 27th, 10:00 am-1:00pm ET Text analysis is often used in specific spaces, but can it be used as a foundational tool to enhance your production and quality of interpreting? In this 3-hour session, we will discuss the use of text or conceptual analysis along with translation as part of a building block continuum to strengthen our interpreting process. Note: The image description of Tiffany and Paris are above.]