This presentation benefits deaf and interpreting groups. Includes activities designed to aid the participant in developing a strong lexical English and sign base in order to assist in accurately and equivalently interpreting between English and ASL. Focuses on the meanings that nonmanual signals bring to signed messages, and builds a foundation describing American Sign Language as a linguistically-whole language. Shows the variances in meaning of a sign used with different facial expressions and body grammar. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] available from the producer of this product. See the “Post Test” for details.) NOTE: This interactive web content is not compatible with iOS or Android devices. Certain versions of desktop browsers may also experience compatibility issues, as this legacy content heavily uses Adobe Flash animations.