CASE VS ASL in a Nutshell

CASE (Conceptually Accurate Signed English) and ASL are very different forms of communication. CASE is a signing system and ASL is a language. Although these forms of communication are different they still have some similarities. Similarities: Clarity of production of signing and fingerspelling Use of non-manual behaviors Use of space Sign vocabulary choice and utilization Message…

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          Many people might consider the job of an American Sign Language Interpreter and think “Oh, I could do that!” However, have you considered all that goes into this career path? ASL – English Interpretation is definitely not a textbook profession. What is it that makes a successful and mindful Interpreter?…

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