American Sign Language By Nallely Ayala

Is Sign Language Universal?

Left: British Sign Language Right: American Sign Language

Why American Sign Language should taught in public school?

ASL should taught in public school because encourage at a same time to expose our language (ASL) to communicate with Deaf people involved in Deaf Community to be partnered with others such as the hearing people who has a little bit of knowledge. It will be opportunities for hearing people to learn about deaf culture and how to communicate with deaf or deaf-blindness, different types of disability.

First Left: Deaf girl with teacher second middle: Deaf-Blindness use tactile to communicate with each other. third right: Deaf men with the interpreter, and the hearing girl
Liberty University American Sign Language Club

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