Deaf Culture vs. Hearing Culture - (also, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention)

Interesting comparison between behaviors in the Deaf Culture vs. For example, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention.

ASL is still not considered a foreign language in some states- this is something I would definitely talk about in my class. maybe have students write a paper about it and their opinion. also to go along with this, talk about Deaf culture and customs!

ASL is still not considered a foreign language in some states. Most used languages English Spanish Asl - The Cullen kids are learning ASL

One of the best books I've read although I am a little partial to deaf/hearing impaired people since I'm going to be an Audiologist :)

One of the best books I've read although I am a little partial to deaf/hearing impaired people since I'm going to be an Audiologist :)

Deaf Culture : Exploring Communities in the United States (Paperback) (Ph.D. Irene W. Leigh)

Deaf Culture : Exploring Communities in the United States (Paperback) (Ph.D. Irene W. Leigh)

Deaf Culture | Nancy Rourke Paintings — Deaf History, Deaf Culture and Deafhood

Nancy Rourke Paintings — Deaf History, Deaf Culture and Deafhood

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