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[[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] 1981-RR-240 June 26, 1981 Deaf Stage Reel # [[double underlined]] 1 [[/double underlined]] of [[underlined]] 4 [[/underlined]] [[underline]] name [[/underline]] 1) What is Deaf Folklore? workshop participants: Elizabeth (Libby) Hathaway Stephen Jones Jan Delop Dick Moore Interpretors: John Ennis Sheila [[underline]] description [[/underline]] a) what deaf folklore consists of b) story [[strikethrough]] of [[/strikethrough]] using alphabet letters c) favorite stories 1) Steve - trip to N.Y. city with deaf friend 2) Jan - trouble with lip reading d) jokes - Dick - the deaf bird e) Libby - story using numbers f) questions from audience - mostly on differences between English and sign language; everyday problems [[horizontal line]] 1981-RR-241 2.) Deaf Kaleidescope participants: Dick Moore Jan Delap Libby Hathoway Stephen Jones Interpretor: Shirley Shultz (Partly on) Reel # [[double underlined]] 2 [[/double underlined]] of [[underlined]] 4 [[/underlined]] (theatre) traditional deaf skits by studio 101 a) Interactions between deaf and hearing people - body language b) problems in past with deaf and hard of hearing before new, small hearing aids c) showing skill with hands
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