Tag: signing

  • Signs for gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, queer, and questioning (closed-captioned)

    This is my video about signs for gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, etc.; a.k.a. queer or LGBTQ. I thought I blogged this before, but I guess not! I’m blogging it now because I closed-captioned it today. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions.

  • SEE: Allow me to disabuse you of a common misnomer

    From the way I’ve seen people use the term SEE in recent years, I don’t think they know what they’re talking about. I want to dispel the notion that SEE is any and every form of English-like American Sign Language (ASL). English-like ASL goes by many names — contact language, contact variety signing (CVS), conceptually […]

  • Workshops in Minnesota, November 2012

    Hi, Minnesota! I’m Daniel Greene, and I’m going to be in Minneapolis – St. Paul the weekend of Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th presenting two workshops. The first one, on Friday night from 6pm to 9pm, is about fingerspelling and pronouncing foreign names and words. It’s fascinating all the different spellings and sounds […]

  • American Sign Language (ASL) Hangout On Air, Interpreted

    I participated in a Google+ Hangout On Air about American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture by interpreting for Dylan, a Deaf man who shared his perspectives. I interpreted consecutively so that people could watch Dylan without voice interference; I also interpreted consecutively rather than simultaneously with the aim of providing a more accurate and […]

  • Two texts that inspire & inform my teaching & professional practice

    My response to a homework assignment to reflect on texts (of any kind – books, articles, poems, videos, TV, movies, photos, paintings) that inspire and inform our teaching and professional practice. The two I picked were Dead Poets Society for teaching and Grey’s Anatomy for professional practice.