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ASL1 - part of the Deaf Culture 7. the hand that you write...

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Ericalyn Francavilla ASL 1 12/12/07 Unit 1: 1.1 1. Hi 2. Pat 3. Sam 4. 5. “Nice to meet you” *shake hands * 1.2 1. What is your name? 2. 3. true 4. false 5. “Nice to meet you” *shake hands* LLC 1. you point at them 2. eyebrows kind of pointed in with a small frown 3. 4. “D” is for the Deaf Culture and Deaf Community and people in it where “d” is just for the word ‘deaf’ 5. the primary language is ASL and common living experiences 6. Deaf Community interacts with hearing people who support them and may or may not be
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Unformatted text preview: part of the Deaf Culture 7. the hand that you write with and feel more comfortable with 8. Descriptive Name Signs (NDSs) are based on someones appearances and Arbitrary Name Signs (ANSs) use the first letter of a persons first or first and last name Unit 2: 2.1 1. she waves her hand to get her attention 2. Are you learning ASL? 3. Sue 4. she points off to the side 5. false 6. no 2.2 1. Are you a student? 2. woman in red 3. teacher 4. the teachers name 5. asks her to fingerspell again 6. Kate 7. a little...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ASL 1 taught by Professor Bradley during the Winter '07 term at RIT.

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