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Deaf Awareness Quiz. Mrs. McClure ASL I. What is American Sign Language?. A language capable of expressing any abstract idea A language utilizing space and movement to convey meaning. Historically, ASL is related to:. French Sign Language.

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Deaf awareness quiz

Deaf Awareness Quiz

Mrs. McClure

ASL I


What is american sign language
What is American Sign Language?

  • A language capable of expressing any abstract idea

  • A language utilizing space and movement to convey meaning


Historically asl is related to
Historically, ASL is related to:

  • French Sign Language




Asl and deaf culture are transmitted to deaf people from generation to generation primarily through
ASL and Deaf culture are transmitted to Deaf people from generation to generation primarily through:

  • Residential Schools for the Deaf




Among asl signers fingerspelling is mainly used in what ways
Among ASL signers, fingerspelling is mainly used in what ways?

  • To specify brand names

  • To give names of people and places


Asl makes use of the space in front of a signer s body to
ASL makes use of the space in front of a signer’s body to: ways?

  • Convey distance

  • Contrast two people, places, things, or ideas

  • Express time concepts


To get attention of a deaf person who is looking the other way you should
To get attention of a Deaf person who is looking the other way, you should:

  • Tap him/her on the shoulder


If your path is blocked by two signers conversing with each other you should
If your path is blocked by two signers conversing with each other, you should:

  • Go ahead and walk through


Which of the following are considered rude by deaf people
Which of the following are considered rude by Deaf people? other, you should:

  • Looking at a signed conversation without indicating you know sign language

  • Talking without signing in the presence of Deaf people


In general the least effective communication strategy between deaf and hearing people is
In general, the other, you should:least effective communication strategy between Deaf and hearing people is:

  • Speech and lip reading


Which of the following are valued in the deaf community
Which of the following are valued in the Deaf community? other, you should:

  • For Deaf people to govern their own affairs

  • Being kept informed about the community and its members

  • Group cohesiveness


Other than the word “deaf”, a culturally appropriate way to identify Deaf people would be to say they are:

  • None of the above


Historically deaf people have faced discrimination in the following areas
Historically, Deaf people have faced discrimination in the following areas:

  • Job hiring and promotion

  • Obtaining a driver’s license without restrictions

  • Getting fair insurance rates

  • Obtaining access to public services, information, and entertainment


Some of the issues the national association of the deaf has fought for are
Some of the issues the National Association of the Deaf has fought for are:

  • Using Sign Language in the classroom

  • Maintaining a high proportion of Deaf teachers at the elementary and secondary levels

  • The right of Deaf people to adopt children


What was the purpose of the protest rally at gallaudet university in march 1988
What was the purpose of the protest rally at Gallaudet University in March 1988?

  • To assure that Deaf people be placed in top level decision-making positions


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