College Foreign Languages Questions

College Foreign Languages Questions - a.True b.False...

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College Foreign Languages Questions Create printable tests and worksheets from College Foreign Languages questions. Select questions to add to a test using the checkbox above each question. Remember to click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page. Show Foreign Languages questions in All Grades. College :: Sign Language by shannonfike A method of fingerspelling all the words that you say as you speak is called Cued-Speech. a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike Fingerspelling is an easy way to communicate clearly with deaf people when you do not know the sign. a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike SC Department of Education recognizes ASL as a foreign language for high school students. a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike All colleges and universities accept the idea of ASL as a foreign language. a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike ASL most closely resembles French in grammatical structure.
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Unformatted text preview: a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike Most parents who have deaf children learn to sign in order to communicate with their child. a.True b.False College :: Sign Language by shannonfike A method of communicating with the deaf that represents speech sounds to eliminate confusion of which sound is being produced is called . a.Rochester Method b.American Sign Language c.Pidgin Signed English d.Cued-Speech e.Oral/ Aural Method College :: Sign Language by shannonfike Conductive hearing loss involves which of the following: (check all that apply) a.the eardrum b.the incus, malleus, and stapes c.the cochlea d.the auditory nerve e.the eustachian tubes College :: Sign Language by shannonfike Speech-reading or Lip-reading is a difficult skill to acquire and while many deaf individuals must use this method with most hearing people, it is NOT very reliable. a.True b.False...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course ASL 101 taught by Professor Kara during the Spring '06 term at Mesa CC.

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