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Educational Interpreting Series, Program #1D: Kudos to Kuualoha

30 minutes 32 seconds

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Gives sign-to-voice interpreting practice with children who are deaf. Kuualoha Alameda is a thirteen-year-old student who is deaf. She signs "My School Experiences" and "Thumbs Up" movie review. Two certified interpreters provide separate model interpretations to demonstrate how to interpret for Kuualoha. Includes recommended instructional activities. Part of the "Educational Interpreting" series.

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Girl faces camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a young man speaking to camera. Caption. The 3 pigs were, went to go build a house.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 1
32 minutes 1 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Boy faces camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a young man speaking to camera. Caption. There's a lot of bad kids who influence you.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 2
40 minutes 15 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Girl faces camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a young man speaking to camera. Caption. I started Lafayette Elementary and met many new friends.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 3
39 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Woman faces camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a man speaking to camera. Caption. And so, uh, 2, no the 3 boys.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 4
30 minutes 32 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Woman faces camera and uses sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a young girl speaking to camera. Caption. The capital city was Athens.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 5
28 minutes 43 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Man gestures towards camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a woman holding up a model heart. Caption. Can pump blood all the way through your body.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 6
54 minutes 34 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Woman gestures towards camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows another woman smiling at camera. Caption. They didn't know she was deaf until they'd seen me signing.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 7
1 hour 1 minute
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Man faces camera and uses sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows a senior man speaking to camera. Caption. They would have more surplus or more optional money.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 8
42 minutes 25 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Man faces camera and uses sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows another man speaking to camera. Caption. Today we use digital. In the past, we didn't.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 9
42 minutes 55 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Woman faces camera and uses sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows another woman speaking to camera. Caption. And that started the textile industry.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 10
37 minutes 36 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -

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    Deborah R. (St. Joseph, MO)
    March 8th, 2018 at 02:08 PM

    Very beneficial for educational interpreters practice and discussion.

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    Mary Ann C. (King George, VA)
    April 5th, 2016 at 08:00 AM

    As an educational sign language interpreter, this video was very helpful to practice and improve my skills.

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    Mary Ann C. (King George, VA)
    April 5th, 2016 at 07:53 AM

    As an educational sign language interpreter, this video was very helpful to practice and improve my skills.

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    Darlene W. (Chesterfield, VA)
    March 5th, 2015 at 01:10 PM

    This is a great study video for interpreters. Deaf and Hard of Hearing students may enjoy seeing this video also.