Once again, being an ASL interpreter is a labor of love. There are a number of steps and processes that every interpreter needs to use each and every time he or she interprets. One of the fundamental abilities that an interpreter must develop in order to work closely and efficiently with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing consumers is the maintenance and bolstering of expressive skills.
Throughout the video, there will be 5 new and challenging chapters containing ASL Storytelling where Avery Posner will be expressing about the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center, healthy pomegranates, miracle helicopter and more. In every chapter, viewers will first see a complete story with complete audio without the ASL/Voice-to-Sign interpretations. Immediately following the story, there will be over 40 challenging yet excellent training questions covering four main activities to aid interpreters and ASL students to develop expressive skills: Fingerspelling Check; Fact Check; Idiom & Phrase Check; and Short Sentence Check.