Saturday Workshop and Silent Night Pot Luck Social 2/18/12 – DFW
February 18, 2012- 3rd Saturday Workshop and Silent Night Pot Luck Social
DATE: February 18, 2012
3929 Seven Gables Street
Fort Worth, TX 76133
Idioms and Cliché’s in ASL and English
.6 Ethics CEUs pending
This workshop will play with the English language and how it is expressed in ASL. Idioms and cliché’s are commonplace in the English language and often present a challenge to express. We will share our understanding of these forms of language, how we present the meaning in ASL, and maintain the “flavor” while expanding to include the concept. We will focus on the meaning of the idiom/cliché, signing, receptive/voicing skills and feedback, as well as filming and sharing our signs used via DVD.
Presenter: Phyllis Bullon-President/Owner Signs2go Interpreting & Support Services
$35.00 per Certified Interpreter or Deaf Ed. Teacher
$20.00 for Interpreting students.
$20.00 for DARS /DHH employees
Seating is limited so reserve yours today! Contact: [email protected]
For more info on this and future AFFORDABLE Workshops, visit http://www.signs2gointerpreting.com
Proceeds from the workshop to benefit the 3rd Saturday Silent Night Pot Luck gathering and the Deaf Studies Reference Library.
The Silent Night Pot Luck Social:
For Who? Deaf, interpreters, and ITP Students
RSVP: not required
Must be age 21+
Bring a covered dish, chips, sodas, or whatever you prefer and be prepared to have fun! We will have food, games, storytelling, and a movie on the big screen tv.
CONTACT PERSON NAME: Phyllis Bullon
CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
CONTACT TELEPHONE #: 817-294-7446