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College Sign Language
What is American Sign Language (ASL)?
  1. a code similar to Braille
  2. a shortened form of English
  3. a method of communicating with oral deaf people
  4. a lanugage utilizing space and sounds to convey meaning
  5. a language that uses a lot of gestures to convey ideas
  6. a language that uses movement and expression to convey meaning
College Sign Language
The easiest way to get the attention of an entire group of Deaf people is to                                          .
  1. Flick the lights on and off
  2. Turn off the lights
  3. Make loud noises like yelling or stomping
  4. Wave your arms at everyone
College Sign Language
The most ineffective method of communicating clearly with a Deaf person is to                          .
  1. write back and forth
  2. text back and forth
  3. use sign language
  4. use interpreters
  5. use speech and lipreading
College Sign Language
To get the attention of a Deaf person who is looking the other way, you should                                           .
  1. Yell to get their attention
  2. Tap him/her on the shoulder
  3. Wave your hand in his/her face
  4. Go around and stand in front of the person
College Sign Language
Conductive hearing loss involves which of the following: (check all that apply)
  1. the eardrum
  2. the incus, malleus, and stapes
  3. the cochlea
  4. the auditory nerve
  5. the eustachian tubes
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