Structure of ASL workshop – Austin

Structure of ASL

A workshop presented by Dr Byron Bridges

Understanding the structure of ASL is a tool every interpreter, teacher and
student must have in their bag of tricks. Many interpreters and teachers use
sign language, but they don’t know where to find nouns, verbs, adjectives,
or adverbs in ASL. Why can the sign DEAF go either way? How does ASL Syntax
work? What’s the difference between numbers and numerical incorporation? In
this workshop we will be studying phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics
and semantics in ASL. This workshop will help everyone fully understand
what’s “inside” ASL.

Come join us and begin to understand why you sign the way you do.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

ACC’s Highland Business Center
5930 Middle Fiskville Rd
Austin, TX 78752

Room 301

Only 40 seats available!

Cost: (no refunds)
$40 if mailed by January 17, 2010
$50 at the door

Make checks payable to “Byron Bridges”, include your email address, and mail

Byron Bridges
5310 Presidio Rd
Austin TX 78745

.7 RID and BEI CEUs provided

TSID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.
This professional Studies program is offered for .7 CEUs at the Extensive
Knowledge Level.

Questions or special
accommodations needed?
Phone: 512-284-5995
E-mail: [email protected]

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