Glossing: Good for Hair, Bad for Interpreting

  • 20 Dec 2014
  • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • HSDC 1625 19th Ave. Seattle WA 98122

Hearing Speech and Deafness Center Presents:

Glossing: Good for Hair, Bad for Interpreting

A four hour workshop for interpreters of all levels of experience Presented by:  Tamara Moxham, MEd-IP, CI, CT, NIC-Master

Saturday, December 20
12 Noon – 4:00 P.M.
at HSDC 1625 19th Ave, Seattle WA 98122


Cost: $25 (additional $40 for .4 CEUs*)

To register, please contact John Huddlestun at

JHuddlestun@hsdc.org, or 206-388-1276. 

Glossing is a useful transcription tool when documenting vocabulary.  It is often used as a teaching tool for ASL language learners.  The problem comes when these “glossed” terms stick in the signers’ mind as s/he begins the education and practice of interpreting.  This workshop will discuss the true linguistic purpose of glossing, why it is appropriate in ASL studies but not interpreting, practice techniques to identify patterns of glossing and activities to change these patterns by introducing and reinforcing already known habits.

*This is not an RID sponsored event, so in order to get CEUs participants must fill out a PINRA form and contract a sponsor.  Local sponsor Ginevra De lanni at manager@aslnetwork.com is prepared to process forms.  Please include:

1. This flyer
2. PINRA form BY DEC. 19th (the day before the workshop)
download from http://www.aslnetwork.com/education/certificate-maintenance-program )

Send the Certificate of Completion along with your completed PINRA form to process and receive CEUs


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