Unlearning Words (past)

Description

This 2-hour event will aid ASL interpreters, CDIs, students or anyone wishing to improve their signing and upgrade their technical skills.  Why do Deaf signers look so fluent? Unlearning Words is a workshop aimed to benefit anybody who wishes to improve their expressive ASL style and informational conveying to a radical level.  An interplay between lecture and interactive dialogue, this workshop aims to convey some deliberation on the topic of sign language expression, exploring the origins of words, their purpose, and the effect they have on the processes of signing.

Target Audience

ASL interpreters, CDIs, students or anyone wishing to improve their signing and upgrade their technical vocabulary.

 

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When

October 17, 2020 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (past)

Where

Interested in Becoming a Member or Renewing Your Past Membership? Visit Our Membership Page or Contact Us Directly

Contact Us

Contact Us

P.O. Box 23672
Rochester, NY 14692-3672
E-mail: info@gvrrid.org

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