interpretopia Sunday, April 27, 2008Revised AbstractVideo analysis of one’s work is an integral component of sign language interpreter training. Most interpreter training programs (ITPs) have a language lab component to their curriculum for students to be able to record and review their practice translations. Using the Ohlone College Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) in Fremont...
Wed, Sep 10 2008
Communicating with Deaf students: Reinforcing verbal info...
interpretopia Another video vignette in the same series for hearing instructors working with deaf students in their classes. A simple example of how to reinforce verbal information visually. This approach is beyond being an accommodation for an individual student and usually benefits the entire class. Instructor: Dr. Brian Beatty (Dept. of Instructional Technologies, SFSU)Interpret...
Sun, Feb 03 2008
Communicating with Deaf people through an Interpreter
interpretopia It got to the point where I was saying "Please speak to the Deaf person directly, you don't have to tell me to tell him/her" in my sleep! I couldn't stand it anymore so I made this video in 2006. Instructor: Melissa PerkinsInterpreter: Jennifer MantleDeaf student: Alison LoughranNote-taking student: Kat ShattuckOther students: Jesada Pua, Sharif RashediProduced by:...
Mon, Nov 12 2007
Thinking Globally, Interpreting Locally
interpretopia In the same vein that some people follow a band on tour or subscribe to season tickets, I enjoy attending international gatherings of sign language users. In the summer of 1997, between my first and second year of the Ohlone College Interpreter Preparation Program, I ended a month-long backpacking trip around Europe interpreting at the World Games for the Deaf in Cop...
Fri, Oct 26 2007
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