Making Your Interpretation Dynamic: Incorporating Classifiers - Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager, EIPA Diagnostic Center, RID CI/CT
Classifiers are a feature used in ASL to describe objects or groups of objects. We will discuss a variety of the acceptable classifier hand shapes and how hand shape movements change meaning. Participants will view several deaf adults telling a story using a variety of classifiers. Practice activities will focus on classifiers that can be used to represent sports events, body parts, the solar system and a variety of science
Registration for attendance at MSDB: Please send the following information to Francisco J. Román (email@example.com, 444-1373 (fax) or by mail at Office of Public Instruction, PO Box 202501, Helena, MT 59620): Name/ Address/ Phone/ E-mail/ Identify which video conference(s) you want to attend.
This conference will also be available for check-out on DVD through Fransisco Roman at OPI. The DVD can be borrowed individually or as a group. Instructions for DVD check them out will be provided when the DVD become available.