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Decisions? Decisions! 3rd Edition

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A Practical Guide for Sign Language Interpreters

You have been interpreting for one Deaf student for approximately six months. You have a good working relationship with the teacher, who is well versed in the use of an interpreter, and words well with the Deaf student. It happens one day that the class is doing a lab that absolutely necessitates working in pairs. Students cannot work alone or in groups of three. For safety reasons, the teacher must supervise the lab and cannot be a partner to a student. Further, the lab cannot be made up at another time because of scheduling and lack of required resources. When the Deaf student is left without a partner, the teacher turns to you and asks you to partner with the student, Just this one time...I'm really stuck!" What are your options? [Janice H. Humphrey, Ed.D.; (2014) Third Edition; 267 pages; soft cover]

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