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Who founded the world's first school for the Deaf ??

Abbé de L' Epeé in France

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Who founded the first school for the Deaf in America (ASD)

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

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Who founded Gallaudet University ??

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet
Edward Miner Gallaudet
Amos Kendall

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Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.

Abraham Lincoln's hands on the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. D.C. Form the letters A and L in Sign Language

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In the Deaf Culture , what is customarily done when one arrives later to an event or meeting ??

Explain in detail why you were late

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Name two sports-related developments which were influenced by the Deaf athletes ??

Baseball Empire's hand signals
Football team forming huddled

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What does research tell us about babies learning sign language ??

The babies learn to communicate physically using sign as early as 6-8 months , much earlier than they can communicate using speech

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According to research, what is true about Deaf children and American Sign Language (ASL) ??

Researchers have discovered that even when they see imperfect ASL use, which is common, children still produce ASL with perfect grammar

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Explain the differences between ASL, French Sign Language, and British Sign Language ??

Spoken languages , vary among different geological regions and countries.
ASL shares considerably more vocabulary with FSL because of the influence of FSL teacher Laurent Clerc

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From your journal , what is true regarding the interrelations of culture and language ??

The ideas and interactions a particular community finds most significant are likely to be reflected on that community's language. Social traditions are typically passed on to succeeding generations through behavior and moral more than written language

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Deaf culture is typically transmitted to succeeding generations through what ??

Communicate through the Deaf community . ( Deaf communication is an interaction as hearing communities, the only general difference rather that using pictures)

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What is true regarding the history and development of ASL ??

In 1990's that ASL again became the dominant way to teach Deaf in America was actually teaching ASL.
(The Congress of Milan in 1880 issued a decision that speech instead of signs should be taught in Deaf Schools)

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What does SVO refer to ??

Subject
Verb
Object

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Among the five parameters in ASL , which of the following words are differentiated is signing only by a different orientation of palm ??

B. "want" vs. "freeze" has a different palm orientation

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Among these ASL signs, which pair uses the same movement but different handshape ??

C. "now" vs. "can"

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Give an example of each of the following communicative registers: intimate register , casual register , formal register , and frozen register ??

Intimate - language of close relationships
Causal - talking with friends
Formal - speeches
Frozen - same every time

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When is fingerspelling most commonly used in ASL ??

- first, last, and middle names
- names of places (cities , states, stores)
- titles of movies and books
- certain foods
- for clarification when one sign has several meanings
-technical terms

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List acceptable ways to gain a Deaf person's attention ??

-Wave your hand a little bit into the person's trait of vision
- tap person on shoulder or upper arm

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List Do's and Don'ts when Fingerspelling :

- don't jerk , bounce , or move your hand
- do keep your elbow , down close to your side
- do hold your had to the side of your chest, not I front of your face

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What is the best way to become fluent in ASL ?

Emerging yourself in the environment (being around it)

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Who was the first Deaf-blind person to be educated ?

Laura Bridgeman

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Who was the first Deaf-Blind person to graduate from college ?

Helen Keller

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What was Alexander Graham Bell main intension when he invented the telephone ?

To help his Deaf wife and mom hear

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In general, how does the Deaf community regard AG Bell ?

Low esteem because he wanted to get rid of ASL

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AG Bell supported Manualism or Oralism ? Why ?

Oralism (because he thought he could find a way for them to hear )

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What is the National Association for the Deaf ?

World's Oldest Deaf advocacy organization

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What might a Dead person ask the first time you meet ?

First and Last name
Deaf
Hard of hearing
Where you learned ASL
Your instructor's name

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Terminology abbreviations to know :

Need to know this

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ADA

Americans with Disabilities Act

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AGB

Alexander Graham Bell

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CODA

Children of Deaf Adult

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CI

Cochlear Implants

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DPN

Deaf President Now

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NAD

National Association of the Deaf

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SEE

Signed Exact English

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PSE

Contact Signing / Pidgin / Signed English Cued Speech

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TC

Total Communication

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NTID

National Technical Institute for the Deaf

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CSD

California School for the Deaf

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Names to Know

Learn these

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Abbe de Charles Michel de l'Eppe

A philanthropic educator of the 18th century who founded the first public school for the Deaf

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Samuel Heineke

The originator in Germany is systematic education for the Deaf known as ??

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Edward Miner Gallaudet

Son of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet who founded Gallaudet University

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Alexander Graham Bell

" Father of Oralism " he invented the telephone in order to make "electronic speech " for his mother and wife

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Clayton Valli

Deaf linguist and poet who introduced people to the richness of ASL who wrote the poem "dandelion "

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Marie Jean Phillip

Advocated for the natural sign language for the Deaf and advocated for ASL to be a recognizable ??

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Douglas Tilden

Deaf sculptor who made sculptors in San Francisco

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Regina Olsen Hughes

Renowned Deaf scientist illustrator who knows 8 different languages and is the only dead artist to ?

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Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

Established the American school for the Deaf with Laurent Clerc

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Laura Bridgeman

First Dead blind woman to get an education at Gallaudet University

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Define Words :

Remember these

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Audism

a negative attitude towards Deaf people which includes failure to accommodate them

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Ameslan

Another name for ASL

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Cardinal Numbers

Numbers used for counting

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Ordinal Numbers

Numbers used for ranking

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Five Parameters of Sign

Handshape
Movement
Palm orientation
Non manual markers
Locations

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Gestuno

Universal sign language

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Non Manual Markers

Raised eyebrows
Lean in
Head tilt
Mouth shape

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Deaf President Now

The protest to have a Deaf president for Gallaudet

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Contrastive Structure

Referring to spatial referents using body shift , used for talking about more than one person , place or thing

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Ranking

Using your non dominant hand to index children or siblings in your family