Working on Register in “Deaf Education” (English to ASL)

An African-American woman with extensions wears a light green polo shirt and sits in front of grey background. The CATIE Center logo is in teh right corner.Developed by ASL Flurry

Competencies Addressed:  Simultaneous interpreting

Time Required for Activity: 45-60 mins

Objective: 

Interpreters will:

  • Produce an interpretation that is equivalent to the academic register used in the source video.

In […]

By |2018-12-06T15:11:07+00:00December 6th, 2018|Activity, Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Working on Register in “Deaf Education” (English to ASL)

Working on Register in “Deaf Education” (ASL to English)

A black woman with braids and glasses wearing a pink top stands in front of a blue background and narrates an ASL textDeveloped by ASL Flurry

Competencies Addressed:  Simultaneous interpreting

Time Required for Activity: 45-60 mins

Objective: 

Interpreters will:

  • Produce an interpretation that is equivalent to the academic register used in the source video.

In this ASL address, Laurene […]

By |2018-12-06T15:14:22+00:00August 29th, 2018|Activity, Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Working on Register in “Deaf Education” (ASL to English)

Analyzing semantic equivalence in “Stacey Abrams Win and Connection to Deaf Community”

English Transcript

Hello, welcome to the Daily Moth! It is Thursday, May 24.
Tuesday was the primary elections for several states, and the spotlight is on Stacey Abrams, who won the Democratic nomination to run against the Republican nominee for state governor in November. Abrams is the first black woman to win a major-party nomination for governor in any […]

By |2018-10-20T01:18:50+00:00July 13th, 2018|Activity, Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Analyzing semantic equivalence in “Stacey Abrams Win and Connection to Deaf Community”

ASL depiction practice: Oregon flood (2 of 3)

Developed by ASL Flurry

Time Required for Activity:  60-90 mins

Competencies Address: 

    • Semantic equivalence
    • Comprehension:  ASL lexicon
    • Comprehension: ASL discourse
    • Production: English lexicon

Objective(s):

Learners will:

  1. Demonstrate effective preparation procedures for an ASL to English interpreting assignment
  2. Interpret fingerspelling accurately
  3. Interpret spatial relationships […]
By |2018-10-20T01:18:50+00:00July 12th, 2018|Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on ASL to English simultaneous interpretation: Oregon flood (1 of 3)

Compare ASL and English equivalency from Gallaudet’s TEDx Talk on Fallacy

Translator: Thomas Horejes Reviewer: Denise RQ

[The interpretation provided for this presentation is live and unrehearsed. Interpreter(s) assigned may or may not have had materials in advance for preparation. Inaccuracies related to the content of the material may be due to imperfections in the interpreting process. This interpretation has not been reviewed by the presenter.]

Hello again. The topic I would like to discuss today is this notion that deaf people […]

By |2018-10-20T01:20:24+00:00July 9th, 2018|Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Compare ASL and English equivalency from Gallaudet’s TEDx Talk on Fallacy

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

Analyzing “Leader VS Activist”

  • 0:06 – THROW-something
    • I would like to share my opinion about…
    • This is just my two cents.
    • I want to share my thoughts on…
  • 0:56 – ORDER++
    • A person who commands…
    • Someone who gives a lot of orders…
    • Somebody who gives directions to others…
  • 1:07 – INVOLVE
    • Anyone who is involved in a protest.
    • Anyone who participates in a protest.
    • Anyone who becomes part of a protest.
  • 1:44 […]
By |2018-10-20T18:52:00+00:00March 27th, 2018|Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Analyzing “Leader VS Activist”

Learning about specialized scientific knowledge and doing your own research/prep work in “How sugar affects the brain – Nicole Avena”

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.

Prediction

You will interpret a video in which Dr. Avena explains in spoken English […]

By |2018-10-20T20:16:41+00:00October 4th, 2017|Depiction, Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Learning about specialized scientific knowledge and doing your own research/prep work in “How sugar affects the brain – Nicole Avena”

Learning about ASL semantics in “Wrong signs in ASL”

Developed by Mark Halley

Competencies Addressed:  ASL semantics

Time Required for Activity: 15 mins

Objective: To identify the ASL semantics of three signs and how they might influence interpreting work.

In this video, Dr. Byron Bridges discusses three ‘wrong’ ASL signs. He urges adults who work with deaf children to help ensure children do not use these signs.

Prediction

You will watch a video in which […]

By |2018-10-20T20:23:22+00:00September 22nd, 2017|Semantic Equivalence|Comments Off on Learning about ASL semantics in “Wrong signs in ASL”