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What handshape do you use for a personal/index pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1.

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3 What handshape do you use for a personal/index pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

4 What handshape do you use for a personal/index pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

5 What handshape do you use for a reflexive pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

6 What handshape do you use for a reflexive pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

7 What handshape do you use for an honorific or possessive pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

8 What handshape do you use for an honorific or possessive pronoun? a. Number 10 b. Number 5 c. Closed 5 d. Number 1

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10 In what year did it take place? a b c d. 1950

11 In what year did it take place? a b c d. 1950

12 Explain the irony of the number of American representatives compared to the number of the representatives from other countries.

13 Out of the 164 participants, only 5 were Americans. They represented 6,000 students which was more than the other 159 participants combined.

14 True or False: The conference took place in England False: It took place in Milan, Italy

15 What was the result of the conference? A. Deaf schools must use an oralist approach (no signing) B. Deaf schools must use a manualist approach (only signing)

16 What was the result of the conference? A. Deaf schools must use an oralist approach (no signing) B. Deaf schools must use a manualist approach (only signing)

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18 What signs can be used in when making Rhetorical sentences in ASL? a. Who? b. What? c. Where? d. Why? e. All of the above

19 What signs can be used in when making Rhetorical sentences in ASL? a. Who? b. What? c. Where? d. Why? e. All of the above

20 What should your NMGS be when signing the WH- word in a Rhetorical sentence? a. Eyebrows down b. Eyebrows up

21 What should your NMGS be when signing the WH- word in a Rhetorical sentence? a. Eyebrows down b. Eyebrows up

22 What English word is replaced when signing a Rhetorical sentence? a. Why? b. Until c. Then d. Because

23 What English word is replaced when signing a Rhetorical sentence? a. Why? b. Until c. Then d. Because

24 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Eyebrows down, lean forward, hold the last sign. a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

25 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Eyebrows down, lean forward, hold the last sign. a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

26 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Sentence often begins with SUPPOSE a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

27 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Sentence often begins with SUPPOSE a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

28 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Brow raised, pause, ending NMGS varies a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

29 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Brow raised, pause, ending NMGS varies a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

30 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Brow raise with a wh- sign in the middle of the sentence. a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

31 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Brow raise with a wh- sign in the middle of the sentence. a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

32 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Eyebrows up, lean forward, hold the last sign a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

33 Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing? Eyebrows up, lean forward, hold the last sign a. Yes/no question b. Topic/comment c. Conditional d. Rhetorical e. Wh-question

34 What NMGS do you use when making an Asserted sentence? Head Nod

35 What NMGS do you use when making a Declarative sentence? There is none

36 What NMGS do you use when giving a Command? You use large quick signs, but don’t sign YOU

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38 When do you use Role Shifting? When telling a story that has more than one character/person.

39 What are two ways you can Role Shift? 1. Turning your body from side to side or look up or down to show who’s talking. 2. Take on the “personality” of the character.

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41 Which sentence structure should you use when talking about two people? a. Ranking b. Contrastive Structure

42 Which sentence structure should you use when talking about two people? a. Ranking b. Contrastive Structure

43 What is the minimum number of people you can use when using ranking? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

44 What is the minimum number of people you can use when using ranking? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

45 True or False: When using ranking, you rank the people on your dominant hand. FALSE

46 When using ranking to talk about three people, where do you start? Your thumb

47 When using ranking to talk about four people, where do you start? Your index finger

48 Do you sign youngest to oldest, or oldest to youngest? Oldest to youngest

49 True or False: When using ranking you can talk about people from different generations. False

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51 Which type of approach….. Emphasizes speech? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

52 Which type of approach….. Emphasizes speech? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

53 Which type of approach….. Provides an interpreter in regular ed classes? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

54 Which type of approach….. Provides an interpreter in regular ed classes? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

55 Which type of approach….. Uses signing and speaking at the same time? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

56 Which type of approach….. Uses signing and speaking at the same time? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

57 Which type of approach….. Is helpful for lip-reading, but little else? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

58 Which type of approach….. Is helpful for lip-reading, but little else? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

59 Which type of approach….. Emphasizes ASL first then English? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

60 Which type of approach….. Emphasizes ASL first then English? Oral Sim-Com Cued Speech Mainstreaming Bi-lingual/bi-cultural

61 What is an IEP and who has one? Individualized Education Plan. Any student with a disability must have one.

62 What does IDEA stand for and what is it? Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. It’s a group of laws that guarantees students with disabilities will get a decent public education.

63 What does FAPE stand for and what does it guarantee? Free Appropriate Public Education Guarantees that students with disabilities can get a free education that will meet their needs.

64 What is MCE or SEE and are they languages? Manual Coded English and Signing Essential English is an example of an MCE. No they aren’t languages, they are visual representations of English.

65 What does LRE stand for what does it mean? Give an example of what this might look like for a Deaf student. Least Restrictive Environment means that a child with a disability must be with non-disabled students as much as possible. An example for a Deaf student is mainstreaming.

66 What is PSE? Pidgin Signed English. This is using ASL signs in English word order. Many times a Deaf person will Code Switch to PSE when talking to a hearing person without even knowing it.

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68 How do you sign age numbers? For ages 1-9, it’s incorporated with the sign OLD For ages 10 and above, sign OLD and then the number.

69 How do you sign Sport Scores? 1. Use a cardinal number. 2. Score closest to you is who you are supporting

70 When your teacher is giving a test, she uses a number as a noun to tell you what number you are on. What movement does she use? She shakes the number.

71 When signing someone’s height, what’s the palm orientation and movement of the number? Palm in. The first number is the feet and then the hand moves up to show inches.

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73 Who was the first president of the NAD? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

74 Who was the first president of the NAD? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

75 Who founded the first Deaf College? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

76 Who founded the first Deaf College? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

77 Who had a Deaf mother and wife yet was a strong proponent of Oralism? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

78 Who had a Deaf mother and wife yet was a strong proponent of Oralism? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

79 Who was the only Deaf person at the Milan Conference? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

80 Who was the only Deaf person at the Milan Conference? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

81 Who said sign language was “God’s noblest gift to Deaf people?” Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

82 Who said sign language was “God’s noblest gift to Deaf people?” Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

83 Who created the statue of Thomas Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell and the statue of Abraham Lincoln? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

84 Who created the statue of Thomas Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell and the statue of Abraham Lincoln? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

85 Who signed the charter establishing the first Deaf college? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

86 Who signed the charter establishing the first Deaf college? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

87 Whose linguistic study proved that ASL is a language? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French

88 Whose linguistic study proved that ASL is a language? Alexander Graham Bell George Veditz Edward Minor Gallaudet Bill Stokoe James Denison Abraham Lincoln Robert McGregor Daniel Chester French


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