Country Signs Around the World: The Middle East/Southwest Asia – Lubbock

Workshop in Lubbock — Country Signs Around the World: The Middle
East/Southwest Asia

DATE: April 10, 2010

TIME: 10 am – 2 pm

2414 34th Street
Lubbock, Texas


Country Signs from Around the World:
The Middle East/Southwest Asia
Presented by Carolyn J. Stephens
BEI Advanced, NIC

Location of Workshop
Lubbock Community Services for the Deaf
2414 34th Street
Lubbock, Texas 79411

Geared toward: ASL students, the Deaf community, and Certified Interpreters
Skill level required: little/none to some knowledge of the content

Participants at this workshop will learn both the ASL and indigenous signs
for countries in the Middle East/Southwest Asia. Variations and regional
signs for each country as well as the etymology of the signs will also be
presented (as available).

In a group setting, participants will have the opportunity to practice
expressive and receptive skills in communicative situations that incorporate
the country signs taught.

The main reference for these signs comes from, the
website that showcases the presenter’s research.


The workshop will be presented in sign.

Earn .35 CEUs
Approved by DARS/BEI
Pending RID Approval

Hosted by Caprock Society of Interpreters for the Deaf (CSID)
Sponsored by CAAG

$10 – CSID members
$15 – ASL students and Deaf community
$20 – non-CSID members

From 2 to 4 pm, ASL students can attend a session for $5 to practice their
song project with an interpreter

Please RSVP by April 3rd, 2010 to [email protected] Include your music
and ASL gloss

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CAAG is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.
This Professional Studies program is offered for .4 CEUs at the little to
some Content Knowledge Level. To inquire about the refund cancellation
policy or to request any accommodations, please contact the president of
CSID, Ruben Mallory at 806-787-8198 or [email protected]

CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

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