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UNIT 2 DEAF CULTURE

Across
Learning to red the signs the way the signer sees it
Class given at a college or high school for credit; students learn in depth knowledge of deaf community and language structure of ASL
The hand you use for fingerspelling
Dominant hand moves; non-dominant hand is stationary when forming a sign
Sign used in Deaf culture that is the same as a smiley face emoji in hearing culture
Person with deaf parents is labeled this
Down
Signs are formed right in front of signer's body
Both hands perform the same movement with the same handshape
Top of head to waist and shoulder to shoulder on signer's body
Model of learning for ASL class where you learn silently
Gallaudet University is located here
Class provided by community/church to learn fingerspelling and simple conversation
Signs are formed ahead of signer's body
Signs are formed behind the signer's body