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There will be a brief meeting from 11-12 and the Easter Party will begin at noon.  Easter costumes can be worn if you want to.  

Admissions:  Adults who bring food: $5; Adults who don't bring food: $7; Visitors: $3; Kids 11 and under are free. 

There will be games!

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Most people think of fingerspelling in ASL to mean stringing letters together, as simple as A-B-C. But what many don't realize is that fingerspelling in ASL has a semantical structure, grammar, and rules. There actually are "rights and wrongs" when it comes to fingerspelling, knowledge that will benefit any interpreter in their work. The main objective of this workshop is to examine the meaning of signed expressions by exploring parts of speech in-depth, subsequently leading to the understanding that fingerspelling has a role in expressing correct ASL grammar. 

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Taught by Keith Gamache Jr. this course allows participants to learn assessment
techniques in evaluating their own ASL skills on a depth level. It comes from a
SCSSFRFFM sequence that includes sign fingerspelling, fluency, and mechanics.
Participants will realize their area of strengths and weaknesses and use what they have
learned to improve on their skills.

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Have you ever wanted to learn sign language? Now is your chance because Memphis City Schools offers a free sign language class!

Classes follow the Memphis City School schedule so if children are out of school, no classes will be meeting. 

MCS teachers need to register on Avatar for the course.

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Have you ever wanted to learn sign language? Now is your chance because Memphis City Schools offers a free sign language class! 

Classes follow the Memphis City School schedule so if children are out of school there will not be class. 

MCS teachers need to register on Avatar for the course.

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This is an informal session on the RID-NAD Code of Professional Conduct. Examples, real or otherwise, will be used to illustrate questions about the Code. .4 RID CEUs

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An informal gathering to discuss the Code of Professional Conduct. .4 RID CEUs

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RID Interpreters sign a document that says we will follow the RID NAD Code of Professional Conduct. This workshop is to informally devote four hours to discussing the CPC. Examples, some factual, some made up, will be used to initiate discussion. .4 RID EDUs