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Mid year reflection sign language

Mid-year reflectionSign language

Micah Hinson

Focus questions
Focus Questions

  • How can I become a better interpreter?

  • What can I do to become better in using sign language?

Why sign language
Why sign language?

Passion = Sign Language ☺

  • Grew up with it

  • Signing Choir

  • Best friends

Sign language
Sign Language

  • Hand/body motions or gestures

  • Facial expressions

  • Used for D/HH

  • American Sign Language

My project
My project

  • Signing/interpreting two pieces

  • “Overcomer” by Mandisa (song)

  • “We Shall Overcome” Lyndon Baines Johnson (speech)

    (Civil Rights Movement)


  • Her name is Peggy

  • Interpreter forelementary school

  • Runs signing choir

  • We meet once a month

Terms you ll hear me say
Terms You’ll Hear me say

  • Glossing= annotationsinterpreters use, write what is signed

  • Honorific= certain sign/gestureshowing ‘rank’

  • Interpret= sign as someone is talking

Example of Honorific in reference to God

Written: (H)

This picture shows glossings that I did with my mentor. We wrote what we were going to sign.

Interpreting visual
Interpreting Visual



Interpreting is like juggling, three things all at once that are all continuous.



  • Become better interpreter

  • Fluent with signs

  • Broaden vocabulary

  • Follow interpretingrules of thumb

  • These will allow me to improve.

Things to practice
Things to practice

  • Fingerspelling

    Why: -proper nouns

    -no sign word available

  • Glossing:

    Why: -analyze future songs

    -learn necessary on the spot words/skills

Where i am now
Where I am now

  • Ready to finish song

  • Next section in speech

  • I know what/how to gloss

  • Fingerspelling, getting faster

What i ve learned
What I’ve learned

  • Glossing and Honorific definitions/importance

  • New ways to sign effectively

  • Don’t take words literally

  • Mouth what is said, not signed

End of january goals
End of January goals

  • Have song glossed

  • Song almost mastered

  • First two sections of speech glossed and mastered

  • Finger spelled words mastered

Works cited
Works cited

  • Mandisa. "Overcomer." YouTube. YouTube, 9 July 2013. Web. 15 Dec. 2013.

  • Reuss-Corb, Peggy. Sign Language Glossing. 23 Oct. 2013. Raw data. Broomfield, Broomfield.


Let’s learn the sign language alphabet! 