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(Chicago) Free Workshop: Anthony Natale - "Role Shifting"; March 26, 2011

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    Interpreter Workshop - Role Shifting * 5 hours - RID CEU PS * Join internationally known actor and interpreter educator Anthony Natale as he presents this
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      Interpreter Workshop -  "Role Shifting"

      * 5 hours - RID CEU PS *

      Join internationally known actor and interpreter educator Anthony Natale as he presents this engaging workshop guaranteed to provide a day of fun and learning! Presented in ASL, Natale promises this workshop offers much more than learning how to simply narrate…become the roles of different people to tell a story. It is important for ASL communicators to know which character is who and to portray this appropriately through clear communication. This workshop will focus on ASL storytelling techniques. There will be fun exercises with handouts presented in workshop.

      In this workshop we will:
      *Focus on ASL storytelling techniques
      *Develop characters using role shifting, eye gaze, and spatial referencing
      *Understand the difference between storytelling, lecturing, and interpreting
      *Discuss dangers and possibilities, benefits, and liabilities

      Cost: Free with a complimentary lunch provided by Sorenson VRS

      Sorenson VRS is proud to sponsor this workshop.
      Donations will be gladly accepted to support The Chicago Lighthouse.
      Please make checks payable to: The Chicago Lighthouse.

      When: Saturday, March 26, 2011

      Time: 9:00 – 3:00 p.m. CST

      Location: Loyola University Chicago Sullivan Center for Student Services (Galvin Auditorium)
      6339 N. Sheridan Road Chicago, IL 60611

      * Required *  You must RSVP:  Contact:  Linda Diehl-Callaway –
      ldiehl-callaway@...

      Be sure to identify which location you are attending in the subject line of your email

      About the Presenter

      Anthony Natale began teaching ASL 22 years ago in Los Angeles, California, after completing his college education CSUN in Film, Art Theater, and American Sign Language. He began to divide his time between theater and ASL instruction. Prior to his instructing skills, His experience in teaching and translating in various setting including Television, Theater, Seminars and was a full time teacher and ASL evaluator for Multimedia Art program, High School and colleges He provides training in developing ASL curriculum, workshops And
      professional development for interpreters and ASL students. He coached ASL translation for musical plays; Broadway shows Big River, Sleepy Beauty Wakes and Pippin. His recent work included teaching with
      Michael Jackson’s comeback concert tour. He was awarded the Outstanding ASL video for "How to talk to a Deaf Person" and can be seen in the textbook DVD Signing Naturally Level 1, 2, and 3. He has traveled the United States as a presenter, performer and ASL coordinator. In instructing ASL and leadership, he holds a BA degree and certificates in CHS and Vista. He graduated from California State University Northridge in Los Angeles and resides in Valley Village, California.


      Sorenson VRS is an approved RID CMP sponsor for continuing education activities. Opportunity to earn .5 RID PS CEUs will be available to those who qualify. Knowledge content level for this workshop is SOME.

      attached pdf flyer / registration info


      Tim Mahoney - IL-I5,T5, NIC-Adv
      Manager/Trainer - Downtown Chicago VRS Center
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      fax:      312-922-1502
      email:    tmahoney@...
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