Sports may seem like its own language. Football, baseball, soccer, and basketball have all become a part of American culture and thus an unavoidable part of our language. This workshop will cover the ASL signs for the fundamentals of a game, professional sports teams, as well as common depictions and concepts used to visually show plays, provide updates and give commentary. Using an immersion approach, participants will apply the learned information. This workshop is ideal for interpreters in educational and VRS settings and those who love linguistics.
Deaf since birth, a native ASL user and sports enthusiast, Erik Hoover is a faculty ASL instructor at Daytona State College and a graduate student in the ASL/English interpreting program at the University of North Florida. Erik graduated from Florida School for the Deaf and Grand Canyon University. He has participated in language advisory panels and worked with the Assistant District Attorney as a language expert. He is actively involved in several Deaf sports organizations here in Florida and outside the state. A member of NAD and FASLTA, Erik is constantly involved in applied linguistics discussions in regards to ASL/English interpretation and ASL pedagogy.
Full refunds will be given for all written (emailed) requests received within 30 days of purchase. No refunds will be given for requests received after that time but funds can be used toward a future Zaboosh workshop.
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This workshop is geared toward working ASL interpreters and interpreting students and will be presented in American Sign Language.
*RID credits are sponsored by Zaboosh. Zaboosh is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for .2 CEUs at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level.