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Mentorship in Sign Language Interpreting

Mentorship in Sign Language Interpreting acknowledges the contributions of mentoring to the sign language interpreting profession, especially those groups, organizations and programs that have made significant contributions to mentoring interpreters. The 15 chapters in this volume reflect the progress and impact of mentoring in its many forms, theories and models for mentoring programs. Through innovative collaboration with the authors of each chapter, the editors have provided an educational tool that has moved beyond simple implementation of mentoring projects and programs to structured evaluations and informed assessments of the impact of such programs. Revenues for the publication will go toward supporting the RID Mentoring Grant Fund. ISBN 978-0-916883-55-3. Books will be available for shipment on December 9, 2013

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Law Enforcement Interpreting for Deaf Persons

by Tara Potterveld. This break-through manual offers expertise on procedures and protocol used in interpreting law enforcement situations. Although this book is written primarily for sign language interpreters working with Deaf suspects, victims, or witnesses, it is also relevant for spoken language interpreters, educators, attorneys, judges, and law enforcement officers. This manual offers a comprehensive guide to the special conditions, logistics, and considerations that must be taken into account by professionals when Deaf persons are involved in the legal system. It is an excellent professional development and educational tool for both the individual as well as interpreter training programs because it relates interpreter techniques to real-life situations and cases involving non-English speaking persons. ISBN 978-0-916883-54-6

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Interactive Interpreting: Let's Talk

by Jean Kelly. This book provides a more in depth discussion on how to interpret successfully in interactive settings. With discussion points and suggested activities at the end of each chapter, this book will teach students enrolled in ITPs and all those looking to improve their understanding of interactive interpreting about all levels of the communication process. The text provides insight on how to navigate a variety of interpreting situations. The reader will learn how an interpreter can manage the different aspects of interactive interpreting between cultures and languages, along with another frequently-occurring type of interactive interpreting, that of video relay. ISBN: 978-0-916883-53-9

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The Yellow Book Series

Get Numbering in American Sign Language, Fingerspelling in American Sign Language (2nd edition) and Multiple Meanings in American Sign Language together and save! To see more about each book in this special package, check their individual product description. (Note: Package discount is for individual purchase only. Bookstores and resellers should buy the books individually.)

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Team Interpreting as Collaboration and Interdependence

by Jack Hoza. Jack Hoza’s groundbreaking book, Team Interpreting as Collaboration and Interdependence, is an in depth exploration of team interpreting. The main premise of the book is that the interpreting field is beginning to usher in a new paradigm that is replacing the monitoring view of team interpreting. Team Interpreting, which is based on two studies, reveals the great potential of team members working together on all aspects of interpreting assignments while tackling critical questions. ISBN: 978-0-916883-52-2

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Silver Threads / Silver Moments Package

Get Silver Threads and Silver Moments together and save! Both book and DVD commemorate the 25th Anniversary of RID while reviewing the organization’s history and celebrating RID’s roots. To see more about each product in this special package, check their individual descriptions.

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Silver Threads

By Lou Fant. Written for the 25th Anniversary Celebration of RID, this book gives a personal history of the RID. Entertaining and informative, the book gives an individual’s view of the development of this organization, and thus is unlike any other book currently available. 152 pages; ISBN 0-916883-08-6

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Multiple Meanings in American Sign Language

by Brenda E. Cartwright and Suellen J. Bahleda. The challenge for any language learner is how to move from beyond the dictionary to the wideness and variation of everyday use. This new, practical and comprehensive text features a colorful range of information and practice elements to stimulate conceptual vocabulary development and application. Joining Fingerspelling in American Sign Language and Numbering in American Sign Language, this third text in the Yellow Book series is perfect for use with beginning to intermediate American Sign Language students. ISBN 978-0-916883-51-5

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Encounters with Reality: 1001 Interpreter Scenarios, 2nd Ed.

by Brenda E. Cartwright, Encounters with Reality, 2nd Edition, doubles in value from the 1st Edition with 1,001 real-life scenarios that are sad, funny, perplexing and sometimes downright scary. It builds on the first edition with greater organization of challenges and by including responses and perspectives from experienced interpreters, deaf consumers, interpreter training program students, certified deaf interpreters and successful National Interpreter Certification (NIC) candidates. Additionally, this edition provides a chapter dedicated to challenges in interpreting addressed by Demand-Control Schema Analysis. ISBN 978-0-916883-50-8

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Assembly Required: notes from a deaf gay life

By Raymond Luczak ~No one gives you a manual on how to be a deaf gay man. Assembly Required offers a rare, in-depth glimpse into what it means to be a Deaf gay man who lives between the Deaf and hearing worlds. ISBN 978-0-916883-49-2

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The Undefeated

Introducing RID's first novel by Arnine Cumsky Weiss. The Undefeated is a coming-of-age story of two young men, one deaf and one hearing, set in northeastern Pennsylvania during the turbulent times of the civil rights movement. Each young man finds himself forced into action when faced with adversity. The relationship between Erich and Danny sets the framework for a friendship that spans two decades, two cultures and bridges the gap in a world that alienates those who are different. ISBN 978-0-916883-48-5

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Fingerspelling in American Sign Language - 2ND EDITION!

by Brenda E. Cartwright and Suellen J. Bahleda. Greatly enhanced from the best-selling first edition, this text provides an innovative approach for beginning to intermediate ASL classes and study groups by incorporating lessons on history, use, receptive and expressive pointers, lexicalized fingerspelling and more! If you found the first edition a useful educational tool, you will find the 2nd edition even more invaluable! ISBN 978-0-916883-47-8

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Reading Between the Signs Workbook

By Anna Mindess. A Cultural Guide for Sign Language Students and Interpreters: this workbook is a supplement to the book. It is arranged to correspond with chapters in the book and translates theory to practice through exercises and activities. This workbook expands the focus of Reading Between the Signs on two key topics in Deaf culture: the relativity of politeness and the distinction between direct and indirect communication stylesùboth of which are important elements in comparing American Deaf and mainstream cultures. ISBN 10 1-931930-03-1 ISBN 13 978-1-931930-03-1

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Interpreting: The Art of Cross Cultural Mediation: Proceedings of the Ninth National Convention

1985 Conference Proceedings Recommended reading for the NIC Knowledge exam. ISBN 0-916883-05-1

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The Mentor's Companion

Available for shipping July 15th! By Patty Gordon and Mari Magler. An insightful guide and "must have" resource tool that will help create mentorships that result in incredible and positive learning experiences for all participants. ISBN 978-0-916883-46-1

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VIEWS - Yearly Subscription, International

The RID quarterly publication VIEWS contains valuable information on interpreting issues; local, national, and international interpreting news; reports on the testing system and RID Committee actions; employment opportunities; and more!

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VIEWS - Yearly Subscription, Domestic

The RID quarterly publication VIEWS contains valuable information on interpreting issues; local, national, and international interpreting news; reports on the testing system and RID Committee actions; employment opportunities; and more!

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Educational Interpreting: A Collection of Articles From VIEWS

A "must have" resource for interpreters, parents, school administrators, and teachers. Includes 30 articles covering a wide range of educational interpreting topics. Also includes RID's Standard Practice Paper on Educational Interpreting and the Code of Ethics. ISBN 0-916883-31-0 ON BACKORDER

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Interpreting: An Introduction

By: Nancy Frishberg This book sets the standard for texts in the interpreting field. It contains overviews of the history of interpreting, working conditions, and research. It includes the RID Code of Ethics, nationwide state interpreter laws, and a complete bibliography of resources. An NIC reference text. ISBN 0-916883-07-08

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Transliterating: Show Me the English

By: Jean Kelly This important text provides a comprehensive overview of the task of transliterating, and serves as a standardized curriculum for students currently enrolled in IPPs who have taken at least one semester of interpreting skills. An NIC reference text. ISBN 0-916883-32-9

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Crossing That Bridge

By: Morgan Grayce Willow This book leads arts administrators through the process of making public readings accessible to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing audiences. Beyond showing how to profitably comply with the ADA, this pioneering guidebook illustrates how ASL interpretation opens new channels of understanding, discovers unforeseen layers of artistic meaning, and facilitates communication among diverse communities. ISBN 0-9679876-0-1

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Numbering in American Sign Language

By: Brenda E. Cartwright & Suellen J. Bahleda A comprehensive text that examines numbering uses and applications in American Sign Language and how to sign them. This stimulating book incorporates lessons on a wide range of numbering topics, including both citation forms and common variations. Each topic is accompanied by practical and creative exercises, drills, and activities. A perfect text for beginning to intermediate American Sign Language students. ISBN 0-916883-35-3

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ASL-to-English Interpretation: Say It Like They Mean It

By: Jean Kelly This book looks at difficulties and issues that can arise as interpreters work between ASL and English. With exercises at the end of every chapter, this book will not only give students currently studying interpreting an opportunity to learn how to interpret from ASL-to-English but also give students the opportunity to discuss and work on the task of the English interpretation with their teacher and fellow students. ISBN 978-0-916883-38-6

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Toward Competent Practice: Conversations with Stakeholders

By: Anna Witter-Merithew & Leilani J. Johnson This study provides helpful historical context for understanding the roots of interpreter education and exposes readers to the recommendations of several distinguished thinkers in the field for the ideal interpreter preparation program. ISBN 10 0-916883-41-8 ISBN 13 978-0-916883-41-6

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ABC-123 Student Workbook and Practice DVD

By: Elizabeth Mendoza, MA, SC:L, CI and CT This book provides students with drills and activities in fingerspelling as it is used within ASL discourse so that students will become more fluent in their fingerspelling receptive and expressive skills. It also provides an understanding of metacognitive strategies that will enhance an interpreter's expressive and receptive abilities. ISBN 0-916883-44-2

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ABC-123 Teacher's Guide, DVD, and Student Workbook

By: Elizabeth Mendoza, MA, SC:L, CI and CT This book provides teachers and students with drills and activities in fingerspelling as it is used within ASL discourse so that students will become more fluent in their fingerspelling receptive and expressive skills. It also provides an understanding of metacognitive strategies that will enhance an interpreter's expressive and receptive abilities. ISBN 0-916883-43-4

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