What we can offer you:
- Dr. Byron Bridges and Stacey Webb are involved in several different projects and would love to share them with each of you.
Stacey Webb is apart of a wonderful consulting team called DWG Consultants. Where she is working to provide cultural, educational, and accessibility programs to advance opportunities in families, schools, workplaces, and communities. Check out DWG today! Dr. Byron Bridges has a great FaceBook Group called Ask Dr. B where you can ask him questions about ASL and Deaf Culture. Join today!
Classifiers is one of the most flexible and dynamic aspects of ASL. If ASL is not your first language, then it’s likely that using them did not come naturally to you. In this DVD, Dr. Byron Bridges will challenge you further by asking what type of classifier do you struggle with most. This presentation will teach you how to identify the types of classifiers there are and how to use them appropriately. It will introduce you to terms like “perimeter morpheme,” “movement roots,” and “classifier predicates” to give you tools to discuss your work. This DVD details classifiers in a scaffold approach that allows you to learn about this imperative linguistic aspect of ASL in a manner that is fun, thought provoking, and allows for creativity. Access to this DVD will provide you the means necessary to conduct deliberate practice. Buy it today!
Every interpreter or student has struggled with understanding or using Native ASL fingerspelling.
Finally want to change that?
Then watch this DVD where we will improve both our receptive and expressive fingerspelling skills in new and creative ways. This DVD will be fun, stimulating and very different than any you have experienced! Buy it today!
Try to sign the following sentence:
“When you see the Shell station, hang a right. You’ll pass Harley Davidson, and your destination will be on the right, three buildings down.”
Where would you start? How would you sign these directions or directions to your home or workplace? What if you visited Gallaudet University and someone gave you directions around the campus. Would you understand them? Are you able to visualize what you are seeing signed?
Dr. Byron Bridges discusses tactics used in American Sign Language to give directions, which will assist in the development of your topography skills. Buy it today!
Byron and Stacey are both available to serve as workshop presenters. From ASL Silent Weekends to workshops and conferences they will keep an audience captivated and participants will benefit from outstanding professional development opportunities. Byron and Stacey can present together or individually depending on the need and scheduling availabilities. Contact us Today!