ASL 2 Culture Final
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Because deaf people live in a hearing world, time with deaf friends is ____ and savored.
Deaf Goodbyes are ____ than hearing people's goodbyes.
At a party, it is seen as polite if a deaf person says goodbye to:
Every individual at the party, but not all at once
Because we live in a hearing world, time with deaf friends is _____.
What is a reason that Deaf goodbyes are so long?
Because you never know when you will see the person again, it is proper etiquette in the community, it is hard to say goodbye to people that you have a deep connection with.
A simple wave is an appropriate way to say goodbye to a deaf person.
It is considered weird to give a detailed explanation of your day to a deaf person?
Deaf patrons tend to ___ when at a gathering.
You should interrupt people to say goodbye if they are busy.
What does DST stand for?
Deaf Standard Time
For 50 years, in sports _____, Art had a custom of choosing the Schools for the Deaf Basketball All-American selections.
The 1943 Gallaudet men's basketball team were referred to as the Five _____ Men.
The five men from Gallaudet University who played in the 1943 tournament played all three games _____ substitution.
In 1953 with his support, a total of fourteen American Deaf athletes participated in the Deaf World Games, now known as the _____.
All 5 men from the 1943 Gallaudet men's basketball team were all named to the _____ team.
Arthur Kruger is known as the _____ of the American Athletic Association of the Deaf.
He raised more than two _____ dollars to support the American Athletic Association of the Deaf.
In 1945 the first National Deaf Basketball Tournament was held in _____.
In 1975 Art served as the _____ of the Pan-American Games for the Deaf Foundation.
In 1982 Art received an honorary doctorate degree from ____ University.
The first Deaf-written play was
Douglas J.N. Burke's The Good Peddler.
Is still in its early stages, so we can't really take a retrospective view of it.
The Earliest Deaf Culture prose work by a Deaf author is
Pierre Desloges' Observations d'un sourd et muet.
Which of the following statements about ASL literature is least accurate?
It includes what Raymond Luczak calls "deaf-negative" writers.
Which of the following statements is most accurate?
Virginia Woolf understood that Shakespeare's age could never have tolerated, much less encourages, a female writer of genius.
Pierre de Ronsard was partially deafened as a teenager but included no "Deaf" themes in his poetry.
Joachim du Bellay was a great 17th-century French poet.
Shakespearean drama, in its general context, wasn't subjected to scholarly analysis; it was seen as entertainment for a demanding audience.
Jack R. Gannon's Deaf Heritage disproved the myth that Deaf people couldn't write their own history.
ASL theater is just an imitation of the mime tradition with translations stuck on.
Three notable 19th-century Deaf writers were ___ , ___ , and ___ .
Edmund Booth, Laura Redden Searing, Albert Ballin
The Deaf community's printing press is the _____.
Raymond Luczak considers ___ and ___ to be two "deaf-negative" writers.
David Wright, Henry Kisor
A distinction should be made between "literature created by the people who happen to be deaf" and " _____."
literature expressing a Deaf Point
_____ 's novel Sisters and Lovers made the best-seller lists in 1995.
At California State University at Northridge, Marbury earned two Master's degrees, one in _____ and one in Administration and Supervision.
Nathie Marbury helped form _____, a group that helps Black Deaf students learn, honor, and embrace their Black and Deaf culture.
Nathie Marbury graduated from _____ School for the Deaf in 1962, and stated that it saved her life by caring for her and providing her with a good education.
Nathie Marbury became the first black person in the _____ Training Program for the deaf at CSUN.
The Dr. Nathie L. Marbury Masters in Sign Language Education Academic Achievement
Award is given out to an outstanding Gallaudet University ____.
In a video interview Nathie described _____ as her first love.
Nathie Marbury was the first Black Deaf woman to complete a _____ in Deaf Studies
In August of 2013, Nathie Marbury posthumously received the Lifetime Achievement
Award from the National Black Deaf _____.
Nathie Marbury was a well known _____ and poet.
Nathie Marbury was the first Black Deaf woman to serve on the _____ board as a Member-at-Large.
Descriptive name signs are derived from a physical or _____.
Arbitrary name signs have no intrinsic meaning connected to the person's _____ other than the initials of their name.
Usually the _____ or newer person out of the two with the same name sign has their name modified.
Name signs aren't used to address a person _____.
When two people have the same sign name in a community, you add a ____ to distinguish the two.
The two types of name signs are (#1) _____ and (#3) _ ____.
The naming responsibility usually falls to _____ and peers.
Supella (1992) suggests that the arbitrary naming system was probably made by the educators of the deaf in the early _____ century.
In many deaf places around the world descriptive name signs are the _____.
Eric Malzkuhn was a celebrated teacher, ____, playwright, poet and sign master.
His performance of the poem ____ inspired Deaf poets to explore and express the poetic capacity of ASL.
Malz collaborated with others to translate classical poetry for the first tour of the _____.
National Theater of the Deaf
Malz became Deaf from ____ at the age of 10.
He was the team ____ for the legendary basketball team five iron men.
Malz became the _____ for the student paper at the California school for the Deaf.
He also later on wrote for the _____during his time at Gallaudet University.
Buff and Blue
He wrote _____ for a local daily and was paid $.10 for each inch of print, good money during the Great Depression
The MSSD theatre was renamed ____ in his honor.
Eric Malzkuhn was named in the ____ for sports writing.
Gallaudet Sports Hall of Fame
Until the 1950's nearly everyone on _____ spoke sign language.
Islanders did not view Deaf people as _____ but rather as simply Deaf.
Other signing communities have developed naturally around the world and existed for ______.
Despite having nearly ____ Deaf employees, The U.S Postal Service was not initially receptive to the idea of having a stamp featuring ASL.
In 1993 the U.S. Postal Service released two stamps designs featuring ASL after the American Postal Workers Union _____ for them.
If you are late or need to leave early you should inform others and include a brief _____.
If you are leaving for a _____ period of time tell someone why you are leaving and when you'll be back.
Explanations shouldn't be viewed as giving _____, but rather as appropriate sharing of information.
The less similar a 2nd language is to your native language, the _____ it takes to learn.
To become proficient in a language classroom time is not enough. You need ____ contact with people that speak that language.
Maintaining _____ while conversing is essential to a culturally successful interaction in ASL.
When wanting to interrupt a conversation approach the group and get the attention of at least one person, once they acknowledge you tell them the reason and _____.
If the conversation looks serious (rapid overlapping turn-takings and intense _____), approach and stand at a polite _____ and wave your hand slightly to indicate you would like to interrupt them.
facial expressions, distance
It is ____ to break eye contact with your partner if they didn't acknowledge your request for them to hold on.
It is important to develop your ability in handling ____ as they may occur while you interact with deaf people.
Many of Alice Taylor Terry's works were published in the national deaf publications like the _____, Silent Broadcaster, and the Jewish Deaf.
Themes she typically wrote about were (#6) _____, the benefits of Sign Language, driving rights for Deaf people, the importance of Deaf (#7) _____, and the need for Deaf people to organize, educate and contribute to their own communities and to the welfare of Deaf children across the country.
the issues of eugenics, Deaf Social Life
Alice went on to serve as the first woman president of the _____ of the deaf
California Association of the Deaf
Alice Taylor Terry was an accomplished (#9) _____, an outspoken (#10) _____ for sign language, and a recognized leader
Alice Taylor Terry was a part of the (#1) _____ of the Deaf but was not allowed to (#2) _____ due to her gender
National Association, Vote
Alice Taylor Terry belonged to a club, the _____, which provided an important social outlet.
Los Angeleses Silent Club
In 1920 she was elected _____ of the LASC.
Chuck Baird was a _____, storyteller, actor, and teacher.
Baird submitted his first award-winning painting at age ___, and the work eventually won a _____.
13, National Scholastic Art Award
Baird attended ____ for two years and then graduated from _______ in 1974.
Gallaudet University, National Technology Institute for the Deaf (NTID)
Baird had his first major exhibition at the _____ in Washington DC in 1975.
World Federation of the Deaf Conference
Baird joined ____full time in 1980, he designed sets and acted, most notably in the 1989 staging of _____.
National Theater of Deaf, King of Hearts
After leaving the NTD Baird was hired to create ____ for Deaf schools across the country.
In 1989 Baird was one of 8 Deaf artists that were assembled to create the _____, which was meant to define ____.
De'VIA Manifesto, Deaf Culture Art
"Deaf art expresses the values of the Deaf cultures - the beauty of sign language and its _____, the joys of Deaf _____, communication breakdowns between ____ and ____, the discovery of language and community, and the history of Deaf people."
painful oppression, bonding, signers, non-signers
______ was an art colony that drew 22 Deaf artists from different fields.
Chuck Baird eventually became the _____ for SPECTRUM.
His book is called ______.
Chuck Baird: 35 plates
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