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Priscilla M.
Native Signer. Professional Sign Language Interpreter and Instructor.
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American Sign Language
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Question:

How can I learn ASL? I heard that it not English in sign language.

Priscilla M.
Answer:

American sign language is not English signed. It is more-so a version of broken English. There are many components to ASL that I can teach you, including the use of classifiers, that can teach you how to successfully learn ASL.

Study Skills
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Question:

I have to study for an extensive exam that included multiple choice and essay questions. What study skills can I implement in order to be successful?

Priscilla M.
Answer:

There are several study methods, but only you know what works for you. Some people are visual, audio, or even hands on learners. Therefore, the type of learner you are will depend on your method of studying. I can help you recognize your strengths so that we can come up with a study method that works best for you. This can range from strategic highlighting all the way to index cards.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

I'm Deaf. American Sign Language is my first language. How can I learn English fluently so that I can be successful in college and the work life after that?

Priscilla M.
Answer:

As you may already know, American Sign Language written down on paper appears to be broken English to those who are not familiar with ASL. Therefore, I will show you how to read and write in English so that you can be successful in college and your work life.

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