Interpreter Workshop: Religious Content & Conversational ASL

Context to concept, particularly in a traditional setting, is difficult to the Deaf’s listening eyes when the message is interpretively skewed, even in spoken English due to it’s rhetorical nature. When delivering a message in the religious setting, the importance of the message musically is vital. This workshop, continuing weekly through December, will comprehensively address these issues. Preregistration is available and encouraged. This class will be structured to accommodate oral deaf, late deafened and hard of hearing, as well as, the hearing student and interpreter. The cost of this series is $75 and includes resources and applied CEU’s.

Date: August 29, 2011 to December 19, 2011
Time: 6:45 PM until 8:30 PM

For more information go to: http://redefiningdeaf.com

Contact Information:
Email: redefiningdeaf@yahoo.com
Phone: 281-236-3821

Address:
First Methodist Houston
1320 Main St at Clay St
Houston,Texas, 77002

Beginning Conversational ASL

Houston,Texas

Sign languages exploit the unique features of the visual medium (sight). Oral language is linear; only one sound can be made or received at a time. Sign language, on the other hand, is visual; hence a whole scene can be taken in at once. Information can be loaded into several channels and expressed simultaneously. Come and Learn the language which is heard by the eyes. Preregistration is available and encouraged. This class will be structured to accommodate oral deaf, late deafened and hard of hearing, as well as, the hearing student. Cost of this series is $35 and includes text, lessons, and resources.

Date: August 29, 2011 to November 28, 2011
Time: 5:15 PM until 6:30 PM

For more information go to: http://redefiningdeaf.com
Contact Information:

Email: redefiningdeaf@yahoo.com
Phone: 281-236-3821

Address:
First Methodist Houston
1320 Main St at Clay St
Houston, Texas, 77002

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Long Duong works as a Web/UI Developer for cPanel in Houston. He is also the founder of ECHODE where he builds his web and designs musings on the side. He is the main guy for building and maintaining the life of Houston Deaf Network website.

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