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Describing People.[print questions]

This sign is used to describe something that happened unexpectedly.
a) GULP
b) DEAF-TEND-THEIRS
c) LOOK-STRONG
d) POW

This signed phrase is used to describe visual resemblances between people.
a) LOOK-STRONG
b) POW
c) GULP
d) DEAF-TEND-THEIRS

Which of the following ASL signs is NOT fingerspelled?
a) FLU
b) SUNBURN
c) ARAB
d) SHY

This is how individuals who are Deaf-Blind communicate with people who know ASL.
a) Tactile Sign Language
b) Raised Letters
c) Braille
d) Tactical Sign Language

How do Deaf-Blind people access text?
a) American Sign Language
b) Braille
c) Tactile Sign Language
d) Tactical Sign Language

Which device bypasses the ear to deliver sound converted into electrical impulses?
a) Behind the Ear Hearing Aid
b) Cochlear Implant
c) In the Canal Hearing Aid
d) Classroom Amplification System

Which sign language/system did not contribute to the development of ASL?
a) Native American Sign Language
b) Home signs (of deaf children in the U.S.)
c) French Sign Language
d) British Sign Language

Which is NOT something that a Deaf doctor would use to break stereotypes?
a) Visual Stethoscope
b) ASL Interpreter
c) Can-do Attitude
d) Braille Displays

This term should only be used to refer to a person's functioning related to the environment.
a) Disability
b) Handicapped
c) Deaf
d) Deaf-Blind

What is one of the most well-known disabilities within the Deaf community?
a) Deaf
b) Hard of Hearing
c) Hearing
d) Deaf-Blindness

This phrase refers to specific attitudes, beliefs, habits, and other characteristics found within Deaf culture as a whole.
a) LOOK-STRONG
b) DEAF-TEND-THEIRS
c) POW
d) GULP

This perspective focuses on what a Deaf person CAN do.
a) Medical perspective
b) Cultural perspective
c) Hard of Hearing perspective
d) deaf perspective

This perspective focuses on what a Deaf person CANNOT do.
a) Social perspective
b) Cultural perspective
c) Personal perspective
d) Medical perspective

What is one way that describing someone would be rude?
a) Using exaggeration.
b) Including body shape.
c) Describing someone's height.
d) Discussing their hair color/style.

This is the fingerspelled abbreviation for the term, 'disability.'
a) DA
b) DY
c) DB
d) DL

This is the fingerspelled abbreviation for the term 'handicapped.'
a) HA
b) HD
c) HP
d) HC

What is the first thing that you should state when describing someone.
a) Gender
b) Hair Color
c) Body Shape
d) Height

Choose the ASL sign that does not have a variation (that you learned in class).
a) RUDE
b) NOSY
c) CULTURE
d) ALLERGIES

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