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English form and structure are consistently retained in ASL interpretation. When not

interpreting, but re-telling the same story, ASL structures and strategies are more effectively utilized.

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Wendy Watson


Wendy Watson shares an activity with you. Its goal is to make a distinction between ASL and English-like signing, and to provide a clear, organic experience of the difference between using ASL and using more English influenced sign.


Download the activity, Skype or get together with your mentor, mentee, or colleague, and get to work! This work is fun!


Look for an activity by Wendy Watson.


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Anna Davis 

The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers are six centers funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration, CFDA #H160A and H160B to expand and enhance the effectiveness of the interpreting workforce. For more information, click on the center name to visit their website: