Interpreting in VR Settings: Setting a Vocational Goal

A Latinx woman is in the lower left of the video. Two white men sit at table in the upper right of the image. The words Scenario Synopsis

This series of videos that captures a vocational rehabilitation appointment with the purpose of setting a vocational goal. There is […]

By | 2018-08-19T01:35:15+00:00 August 19th, 2018|Deaf interpreter, Novice, Educator, Intermediate, Video, 60 mins|Comments Off on Interpreting in VR Settings: Setting a Vocational Goal

Consecutive Interpretation for “How sugar affects the brain”

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed: Specialized knowledge and other

Time Required for Activity: 30 mins

Objective: 

To learn about specialized knowledge (brain chemistry) and how to do prepare for such work ahead of time.

In this video, neuroscientist Dr. Nicole Avena explains how sugar affects the human brain.

By | 2018-07-12T18:45:58+00:00 July 12th, 2018|Consecutive Interpreting, Classifiers, ASL Grammar, Use of Space, Interpreting: English to ASL, Knowledge-Rich, Activity, Hearing interpreter, Intermediate, Depiction, English to ASL, 40 mins|Comments Off on Consecutive Interpretation for “How sugar affects the brain”

Identifying discourse markers and examples of spatial structuring in Creative Advocacy Through Visual Narrative by Melissa Malzkuhn

Example from 2:46-2:54: Melissa uses her non-dominant hand to mark herself as a child on her left side and then talks about herself as a PhD student and contrasts her experiences with protest… marking those two different spaces with both her body shifting and use of dominant & non-dominant hands.