ASL 210 - Sandy Slabaugh
April 17, 2017
DC-S Research Paper
I chose to interview two interpreters from my home town that interpret in the church
setting - Chris Dwyer and Lori Sheehy. Chris has been in the field for fifteen years and works w
Blink ch. 6 questions:
24. On page 196, the author states, .they decided he
was dangerous. But he was not. He was terrified. I think
this sums up the truth of the matter; the shooter didnt
plan on shooting until action was taken against him
In your own words, summarize five distinct characteristics of Deaf culture.
Describe at least two experiences you have had where these values or norms
1. Long introductions/exit
2. Events may be scheduled at a certain time, but the eve
Blink conclusion question:
31. Yes, I see that happening sometimes, but its
important to have compassion for the people who make
judgements like that and understand that theres a
reason they feel that way. Most time they were treated
17. An interpreting scenario that the speaker is going 100 mph would require immediate battlefield decision making because theres little to no time to process the speakers words. Also, you dont want to have too much lag time, else you become overwhelmed v
Amy: Hello (1).@ (2) name(3) Amy(4). I 16 (5). You two (6) name what?(7)
Tori: Hello. IKE/name Victoria (8) I 16. You? (9)
Brandon: Hello. I name Brandon. I 17.
Amy: I dont Iike(10) negative(11) people(12), and spiders(13). I dont (14) want (15) work (16)
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, Main Street, USA ,r- - Q
Ella will identify different buildings on Main Street, USA (see the illustration), and ask you
que etions. Stop the tape and write the answers below. I.