See What I Mean: Differences between Deaf and Hearing Cultures – Online Program
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See What I Mean: Differences between Deaf and Hearing Cultures
by Thomas K. Holcomb and Anna Mindess
Preview a scene from See What I Mean. Click on the lower right to view in full screen mode.
Interpreters: Earn 0.8 RID PS CEUs with this program.
Are you shocked by rude behavior on VRS?
Curious about the new rules of politeness regarding the use of email, pagers and VRS?
You need to watch Miss Deaf Manners and Miss Hearing Manners explain it all to you now in this exciting update to this popular DVD!
With 4 scenes depicting cultural differences involving pagers, email and VRS.
Program includes Teacher Guide in .pdf format.
Approximately 80 minutes, divided into ten sections · Presented in ASL with voice over and closed captions
© 2009 Eye2Eye Productions
Take a humorous and enlightening look at the differences between Deaf and Hearing cultures. With your narrator, Thomas K. Holcomb, and two cultural experts, Miss Deaf Manners and Miss Hearing Manners, you will learn how to view Deaf culture with the same lens you use to view other world cultures. Issues such as attitudes toward time, leave-taking, privacy, giving and receiving criticism, and comments on personal appearance are all explored and discussed from the point of view of both cultures. Includes 4 scenes depicting cultural differences involving pagers, email and the Video Relay Service (VRS).