I S P R O U D T O P R E S E N T
Patricia (Trix) Bruce
Saturday, April 2nd 2011
ASL Semantics: Precision of Expression in ASL – 9:00AM – 12:00PM
English Idioms: PSST. . . How Do You Interpret That. – 1:30PM – 4:30PM
Breakfast and Afternoon Snack Provided
LOCATION:
Hotel Pennsylvania, 18th Floor, The Madison Room
401 7th Avenue, NY, NY 10001 (Across from Madison Square Garden)
COURSE TUITION:
Register before March 15th for BOTH workshops & receive a 15% Discount $102.00
(The course tuition will increase to $120.00 after March 15th 2011)
Register before March 15th for ONE workshop & receive a 10% Discount $58.50
(The course tuition will increase to $65.00 after March 15th 2011)
CEU’s:
0.6 Professional Studies (for both workshops) 0.3 Professional Studies (for one workshop)
Comprehensive Network® Inc.'s SignTalk®Series is an RID CMP/ACET approved sponsor of continuing education for sign language interpreters
OVERVIEW & EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
ASL SEMANTICS: Precision of Expression in ASL
Semantics is defined as the study of meanings expressed by the elements of a language or a combination of the elements. A con-
cept expressed in an ASL sign often cannot be conveyed by a single all-purpose English word. Likewise, English words and phras-
es may have variations in meaning, which require translations using different ASL signs. This workshop helps students advance their
skills in translating from ASL to English and from English to ASL.
ENGLISh IDIOMS: PSST...how Do You Interpret That.
Fire up your creativity and learn how to interpret idioms in American Sign Language! This workshop will guide participants in
expressing idiomatic concepts across languages. Idioms breathe life into language. Come and join us as we master idioms
Patricia (Trix) Bruce,
from Seattle, Washington, is known nationwide as a Workshop Presenter and American Sign Language Performer. Her work
has been warmly received ever ywhere, from local community centers to state, regional and national conferences, Deaf Way II, interpreter conventions and
more. Trix has been profoundly deaf since six months old. She attended oral, mainstream and deaf classes and online educational programs. After
graduating college, she became involved in interpreter training. Her main area of study was ASL Linguistic with a focus on ASL Performance.
Trix has been performing since 1980 and impressing audiences of all ASL skill levels from novice to fluent experts.
For more information or to register,
please email
PDS@signtalk.org
or call
718-382-2025
.
No Penalties for Cancellation. Cancellation for any reason submitted in writing at any time
for any course will receive a full refund. UNEQUIVOCAL GUARANTEE