April 27, 28, 29 2018
ASL Immersion Weekend Presents:
“ASL Science Rocks!”
2 Workshops with Michael Stultz
1) Classifiers and Depiction Skills in Academic and Social Settings:
This workshop will cover a variety of terminology and techniques deployed when using classifiers and producing depiction in both academic and social contexts. Participants will learn how to incorporate the techniques into their language use. Token space, eye gaze, non-manual markers, and body language will be explored. The presenter will use hands-on practice, games, and group activities to facilitate achieving the learning objectives of this workshop.
2) Science Content and Concepts in Academic American Sign Language:
This workshop is designed to provide participants to incorporate American Sign Language notions (depiction, narratives, etc.) for science content and concepts for academic settings. Strategies for conveying Science content to Deaf students will be explored. The presenter will use hands-on practice, and group activities to facilitate practicing these concepts. Science terminology will also be taught using ASL.
Click HERE to read about the presenter, Michael Stultz