18 April, 2002
Cloudy, High 44, Low 24
After rounds at Poker Flat, I presented for a group of
ASL students at the university. There were a few ASL 1
students but most students were in ASL 2, a level that
expands on vocabulary and grammar. As requested by
their ASL teacher, my presentation on lake ice was
voice interpreted but I left some time for questions
and answers without any interpretation to encourage
studentsí expressive and receptive skills. I enjoyed
my time with them.
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