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Educational Interpreting Series, Program #1J: History of Fashion Design

37 minutes 36 seconds

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Gives sign-to-voice interpreting practice with teachers who are deaf. A middle/high school history teacher, Marla Marks, teaches a lesson to students on the history of fashion design. Two certified interpreters provide separate model interpretations to demonstrate how to interpret for Ms. Marks. Includes recommended instructional activities. Part of the "Educational Interpreting" series.

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Episode 2
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