Tag: phonology

  • Speak & Spell II a Successful Workshop

    Speak & Spell II a Successful Workshop Originally uploaded by Daniel Greene My first Speak & Spell workshop went so well that people demanded more, so I put together a Speak & Spell II workshop. I improved upon the first workshop by organizing all the phonological and orthographical features by feature rather than by language. […]

  • My First Speak & Spell Workshop

    My Speak & Spell Workshop Originally uploaded by Daniel Greene Thanks to Joy Marks at the Desert Valleys Regional Cooperative for taking this photo and for providing the logistical support and classroom, and thanks to Joy and ACDHH for providing the promotional materials and CEU sponsorship. Thanks also to the 15 people who attended. We […]

  • Upcoming Workshop: Speak-N-Spell: How to Spell & Pronounce Foreign Names & Words

    I’m teaching my next workshop at the Desert Valleys Regional Cooperative on Wednesday, July 15, from 5:30-8:30 PM. I designed this workshop to help ASL interpreters to recognize foreign names and words when they hear them so that they know how to fingerspell them, and to recognize foreign names and words when they see them […]

  • Befriending Phonemes

    In my first column, back in June 1998, I wrote about how we as sign language interpreters for the Deaf are also “spoken language interpreters for the Hearing.” I emphasized the importance of brushing up on our English so that we could do justice to our clients—both Deaf and Hearing—when we voice-interpret. But is English […]