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Week 1

McIntire 56-60

Why is the term “hearing impaired” too broad of a term? Gives false hope of a cure
What is the Cultural group name for interpreters, professionals in deafness, hearing parents, of deaf children, and hearing children of oral deaf parents called? Hearing bi-culture
Which is an example of an Excellent consumer? Knows the role and how to use interpreters, skilled at getting interpreters out of “sticky” situations
This consumer is constantly frustrated; is a constant and chronic complainer, and harshly criticizes interpreters. Which consumer is this? Abusive
Which interpreters are always apologetic and a negative “I can’t learn” attitude? Sorry Charlie & mental Block Martha
Which is an example of a Professional interpreter? Considered good role model, in high demand, keeps up with current research.
Created by: jterm