Interpreting in Spanish-influenced Settings: Social Services Session

Two video screens show four people sitting in interpreted discussionScenario Synopsis

This interactive video captures a meeting between a social worker and her client (with her client’s sister) interpreted by a trilingual interpreter.

Credits for this Video

This video was originally created by the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers as part of the Interpreting in Spanish-influenced Setting series. For more […]

By | 2018-10-20T01:15:21+00:00 October 6th, 2018|Cultural Competency|Comments Off on Interpreting in Spanish-influenced Settings: Social Services Session

Interpreting in Spanish-influenced Settings: Introduction

Video in split screen. On the left is a Latina woman with long brown hair wearing a gold shirt and black coat. On the right ins a Latina woman with short black hair wearing a dark blue sportcoat.Scenario Synopsis

Arlene Narvaez and Yolanda Chavira, members of the NCIEC Trilingual Task Force, introduce the “Interpreting in Spanish-Influenced Settings” project.

Credits for […]

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Using Prediction Skills in Testimony re: VRI in Medical Settings

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed:  Cultural competency , prediction Skills, Comprehension: ASL discourse

Time Required for Activity: 10 mins

Objective: 

To use background knowledge and cultural competency to predict content in an ASL text.

In this video, Ronald Hartman provides testimony to a government official about his experience using Video Relay Interpreting (VRI) in a medical setting.

Prediction

You will watch a […]

By | 2018-10-20T01:20:24+00:00 July 12th, 2018|Activity, Cultural Competency|Comments Off on Using Prediction Skills in Testimony re: VRI in Medical Settings

Learning about ASL Semantics “Sexist Sign?”

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed:  ASL semantics

Time Required for Activity: 10 mins

Objective: 

To learn about ASL semantics of a particular ASL sign and consider how to interpret discussion of this sign into English.

In this short video, Jay Krieger asks whether a particular ASL sign is sexist. Specifically, he questions whether it is a sign that is or should be used […]

By | 2018-10-20T01:23:18+00:00 April 20th, 2018|Cultural Competency, Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Learning about ASL Semantics “Sexist Sign?”

Learning about prediction skills in “The Mask You Live In”

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed: Prediction, Cultural Competency

Time Required for Activity: 15 mins

Objective: 

To consider the possible English translations of a number of signs in an ASL text.

In this video, AJ Williams provides an update about a community screening of “The Mask You Live In.”

Prediction

 You will watch a video in which AJ Williams provides an update […]

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Learning about Comprehending Foreign Signers in “Cultural Heritage Vignettes ASL Part II”

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed: Cultural Competency

Time Required for Activity: 20 mins

Objective: 

To learn about Comprehending Foreign Signers from an ASL text.

In this video, Mr. Hongyu Xu, introduces viewers to the Chinese martial art of Taijiquan.

Prediction

You will watch a video in which Mr. Hongyu Xu introduces viewers to Taijiquan, also known as Tai Chi. What do you […]

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Learning about Cultural Competency and Formal Register in ASL in “Gallaudet SBG’s Open Letter to Alexander Graham Bell Association”

SBG Open letter to AGBDeveloped by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed:  Cultural Comptency, Register, ASL lexicon

Time Required for Activity: 15 mins

Objective: 

To learn about cultural competency and formal register use in ASL by watching an ASL text.

In this video, student leaders of the Gallaudet University Student Body Government (SBG) offer an open letter to the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the […]

By | 2018-10-20T19:11:22+00:00 November 1st, 2017|Cultural Competency|Comments Off on Learning about Cultural Competency and Formal Register in ASL in “Gallaudet SBG’s Open Letter to Alexander Graham Bell Association”

Working Together: Interpreting Issues in the African American/Black Community – Anthony Aramburo

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Series:”Working Together: Interpreting Issues in the AfricanAmerican/Black Community” Anthony Aramburo, Presenter[Videotape].El Paso, TX: El Paso Community College. TRT 26:51 Spoken English with OpenCaptions.

Segment One:”An Educational Path to Interpreting'”‘

Segment Two:”History of NAOBI – Anthony Aramburo, President

Segment Three: “WorkingTogether:Interpreting Issues in the African American/BlackCommunity”

The three segments were designed to give an overview to interpreting within the AfricanAmerican/Black […]

By | 2018-10-20T19:21:38+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Educator, Cultural Competency, Video|Comments Off on Working Together: Interpreting Issues in the African American/Black Community – Anthony Aramburo

Asian Values and Interpreting Issues – Jan Nishimura

National Multicultural Interpreter Project (2000).
Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Series: Asian Values and Interpreting Issues – Jan Nishimura [Videotape].
El Paso, TX: El PasoCommunityCollege. (TRT:68Spoken Englishand Open Captioned)

This is a lecture on Asian values and interpreting issues from the perspective of theNMIP Asian/Pacific Islander Team Leader – Jan Nishimura. The lecture material can be used for English text analysis,ASL interpreting practice both consecutive and simultaneous,and for building […]

By | 2018-10-20T19:21:38+00:00 October 30th, 2017|ASL to English, Educator, Cultural Competency, Video|Comments Off on Asian Values and Interpreting Issues – Jan Nishimura

The Legacy of Eliza Taylor

Region VI Interpreter Education Program (1999). The Legacy of Eliza Taylor [Videotape].
Little Rock, AR: University of Little Rock Arkansas.

This project was co-sponsored with UALR who produced and disseminated the videotape.

By | 2018-10-20T19:21:38+00:00 October 30th, 2017|ASL to English, Educator, Cultural Competency, Video|Comments Off on The Legacy of Eliza Taylor