ASL Discourse Analysis - an IMI Seminar (ASL)

 

IMI Seminar: ASL Discourse Analysis

 

Monday April 5, 2021

NOTE: This IMI Seminar will be conducted in ASL, without interpretation.

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ASL Discourse Analysis (ASL)

This seminar is conducted in ASL, without interpretation. 

It is open to anyone comfortable learning and holding discussion in ASL. It is designed for both working and student interpreters (Deaf, Coda, hearing). There are no prerequisites for this program.

About this seminar

This seminar begins with the framework that interpreting is about capturing and conveying meaning across languages. For interpreters who work to and from ASL it is important to be able to ascertain main content areas as well as nuance and implicit meanings. This seminar will present a variety of ASL texts and a process for examining meaning embedded in form. In addition, we will examine possible reasons for difficulty in comprehension such as: linguistic competence, familiarity with content, and filters.

Seminar Details

Start Date 04-05-2021 6:00 pm
End Date 04-05-2021 9:00 pm
Capacity 18
Registrations Completed 5
Regular Price $75.00
Early-bird Rate $65.00 (Until 03-05-2021 17:00)
Coordinator: Nathan Fowler
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  • Use Zoom on your computer or iPad/tablet
  • the Zoom phone app is not suitable  
  • Have a reliable internet source
  • Participate from a quiet, well-lit location
  • For meetings using audio, headphones are strongly suggested 

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Foundations of Interpreting


The Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series provides insights into The Integrated Model of Interpreting and the processes we engage in while interpreting. Click here for more information on the series as well as a schedule of current seminars being offered.

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