Presentation on theme: "What do you know about interpreting?. Speak directly to the Deaf person. As the hearing person, who do you speak to?"— Presentation transcript:
What do you know about interpreting?
Speak directly to the Deaf person. As the hearing person, who do you speak to?
Take turns talking (speak one at a time). If there is more than one hearing person speaking, what must they do?
Every single thing you say. As the hearing person, what will be interpreted?
The interpreter. As the hearing person, who can’t you address?
The interpreter should stand near the visual aide and the hearing person so the Deaf person can see everything. How should the area be set up (H, D, I, VA)?
The most important parts of the job. When a Deaf person applies to a job what should s/he be able to do?
The National Association of the Deaf. Who helped RID write their Code of Professional Conduct?
Many states to consider state licensure requirements for its interpreters (many states have passed the necessary legislation for this requirement). A steady increase in the number of interpreter training/preparation programs conferences conferences An increase in the number of professional training opportunities (workshops and conferences).workshops and conferences What has a growth in the interpreting field caused?
AssociateStudentSupporting What are the three types of RID membership?
Enhance networking opportunities within the field of professional field of interpreting. What will joining RID do for an interpreter?