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Message Analysis in ASL

  • 27 May 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Online
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WSRID knows that COVID-19 has deeply impacted people both personally and financially. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Sorenson, and our CMP sponsor, ASL Communications, the following webinars are being offered to certified and associate WSRID members free of charge. Registration opens Monday, May 11th at wsrid.com/events with a 15-person limit for each webinar. In an effort to provide these webinars to those most impacted and to as many members as possible, we ask that you limit your registrations to no more than two. If a webinar still has room two days prior to the event, members may add it as a 3rd event.

Message Analysis in ASL

May 27th @ 4–6pm (PST) — Presenter: Paul Glaser

This 2-hour webinar lays a solid foundation to message analysis. Participants will use a step-by-step approach to identify the theme (gist) of a passage, as well as the main points, details, function, register, and affect of several ASL statements. Through practical application of the message analysis process, participants will discover that there is more to the message than just what is on the surface – and for an interpretation to truly be effective, it must take into consideration all of these components.
0.2 PS CEUs


About the Presenter:

Paul Glaser, MSE, CDI, was the first Deaf president for WSRID and is currently serving on the board as the immediate past president. In addition, he is also serving as vice president on the RID board. Paul also served as the co-chair for the 2018 RID Region V Conference. Paul has been an interpreter education specialist at Sorenson for 5 years now and was a high school and college math instructor for deaf students for over ten years. He has a teaching certificate in advanced mathematics, deaf education, and American Sign Language. For over 20 years, outside of his teaching, Paul has been interpreting for Deaf/DeafBlind people, presenting various workshops/webinars, and mentoring interpreters. He has a bachelor’s degree in math and communication studies from Gallaudet University and a master’s degree in deaf education from Rochester Institute of Technology.


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