Upcoming ASL Interpreter Workshop Addresses Obscenities or Foul Language

vrid logo“What the @$#! Did You Just Say?!?”
Presented by Crom Saunders
0.6 CEUS in Professional Studies Offered

The use of words and phrases that are considered obscenities or foul language in spoken English discourse are not always used the same way or with the same subtext in ASL and Deaf culture environment (in fact is often used in non-offensive or derogatory manner) and often can present difficulties in voicing ASL discourse accurately or receptive comprehension in conversation. This workshop will clarify the actual contextual meanings of specific words and phrases as they are used in ASL discourse and the best way to voice or otherwise interpret these words/phrases.

The workshop is scheduled for Saturday, September 19, 2015, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at:

Liberty University
1971 University Boulevard
Lynchburg, VA  24515

VRID Members – $60, Non-Members – $75
VRID Student Members – $45

Click here to register

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