Complete the following in any foreign language:
Carry on a simple conversation for about ten minutes.
Write a letter of around 150 words.
After a few minutes of study, give a translation of a paragraph of basic text.
Act as an interpreter for a visitor who does not speak in your native language.
Communicate with a person who does not speak your native language.
Complete the following requirements in a American Sign Language (ASL).
Take a community or school course (or equivalent online self-study) for American Sign Language and complete the first level of course work with a satisfactory grade or performance. This should include an understanding of: • ASL Grammar and sentence organization • Wh-questions and Yes/No questions, including non-manual markers and facial expressions • The manual alphabet and the ability to finger spell words and read finger spelled words. • A basic vocabulary of at least 500 signs or glosses.
Carry out a simple conversation for about ten minutes.
Use sign language to describe a Scouting experience to another person.
Act as a translator for a short conversation between a sign language user and someone with no sign language experience.
Invite a sign language user to talk to the Troop about what it is like to have hearing or speech impediments. Help by acting as translator for them during their visit.