Go See: Learning BSL: Bridging Research & Practice Event, 10th Nov, London

Posted on October 18, 2017



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Learning British Sign Language: Bridging Research & Practice Event

Friday 10th November, 5pm – 7pm

B200, University Building, City University of London, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB

Interested in sign language and/or second language acquisition? Are you a learner of BSL, BSL teacher, Deaf professional, work with the Deaf community or work in academia? This event is for you!

Learning British Sign Language (BSL) by hearing people has become a popular language to learn, yet there are few research studies of how this happens and whether signed SLA (second language acquisition) follows similar strategies and stages and spoken language. This event, as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, will involve:

1) Presentations from two key speakers: Professor Christian Rathmann and Dr. Gerardo Ortega

2) Engaging activities/teaching basic BSL

Register your free attendance here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/learning-british-sign-language-bridging-research-practice-tickets-36539456498?aff=ehomecard
Deadline for ticket sales: 31st October 2017

– This event will have BSL, IS and English interpretation.
– Tea/Coffee will be provided.

#esrcfestival

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