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Orange Workshop

Registration for December and January Orange Workshop:

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January Workshop Details

1.0 CEUs available for full attendance both days. Partial CEU credit is not available.

Language Policy: ASL

Presenter: Sharon Lott

Friday January 26, 2018 6:00pm-9:00pm

Saturday January 27, 2018 8:00am-4:00pm

**A catered lunch will be provided on Saturday**

Location:  225 S. Pleasantburg Drive Greenville SC 29607

Cost to attend: $25.00

January Workshop description:

ASL Short Narratives

How can we better convey the printed message in a way that brings stories to life?  We can influence students’ literary awareness and interest. This workshop will explain our role in the literary process, how to analyze text for meaning, and incorporate both ASL storytelling and print awareness skills to allow students full access to the message. Statistics, strategies, and ASL storytelling features will be explained, followed by group discussion and hands-on practice.

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Sharon Lott

Sharon Lott, M.S., M.A is the ASL Coordinator at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf. Prior to this job, she was an assistant professor at Eastern Kentucky University, (EKU). She is a National SLPI: ASL Trainer for rater and trainer for the SLPI with experience in providing training as far as Ghana and Kenya, Africa. Sharon was also an integral part of the NCSD Mentorship Project. Sharon performs evaluations for Do-It Center for Northern Colorado University and American Sign Language Teacher Association (ASLTA), Purple Communication. Sharon has over 30 years’ experience teaching ASL at numerous Colleges/Universities in NY and NC. Locally she has taught at Central Piedmont Community College, Lenior-Rhyne College, Western Piedmont Community College, Gardner Webb University and Appalachian University. She was a Staff Development specialist at North Carolina School for the Deaf (NCSD). She coordinated and teaches ASL, Deaf Culture, Linguistics and a variety of other sign-related topics at NCSD. She possesses Professional Level ASL certification from the American Sign Language Teacher Association (ASLTA). She holds a Masters Degree in Career Development and Human Resources and Gallaudet’s new program, Master in Teaching Sign Language, which she graduated in 2013. She served ASLTA board as Professional Development.

She has 3 children, Leslie, Kristina, and James. She ‘s a proud grandmother to Lathan.

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