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Language Styles for the Deaf Progress Report

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  • 1. The Effects of the Knowledge ofthe Interpreter and the ThreeStyles of Sign Language in theUnderstanding of College DeafStudents Kristine Agravante Ma. Angela Cassandra Bocobo Rhea Pauline Raymundo Maria Therese Sahagun Karoline Santiago
  • 2. Participants and Setting• CAP College for the Deaf• Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays• 15 participants for each condition
  • 3. Manipulation check:• Miriam College• Deaf college students• Experiment 1: 5 participants each condition• Experiment 2: 5 participants each condition
  • 4. Instruments• Module-Stress management-Divided into 3 sessions with activities• Questionnaire-15-item multiple choice test per session• Interpreter-Ms. Girlie-Ms. Daudet
  • 5. Data Gathering• N/A
  • 6. Reflections on the Data Gathering• N/A
  • 7. Revised Timeline