I know sign language too. And it's really easy for kids to learn it because is more intuitive and less abstract than sounds
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XD I knew some one would say this eventually
lol. It’s not unnecessary. You’re the one that just assumed deaf people don’t exist? Also? Something unnecessary is like Advanced Calculus.
I literally didn’t assume hat lol, don’t make things up jus because I’m right and you’re in your tiny feelings about it. It’s unnecessary. How many times is someone ever going to need to sign something to someone? I’ve actually used calculus outside of school.Sign language is only necessary for people who are related to deaf people or who come in contact with them on a regular basis which is NOT most people. Tis facts. Get over it.
You’re not right about anything. Lol and no. Sign language can be necessary for anyone who lives where there’s a deaf community. I used to live in a small border town in Texas, where there was a pretty big deaf community. And when I tried applying to jobs, ALMOST ALL OF THEM required you to know sign language. I moved later on to another part of Texas. I tried applying at call centers, ALL of them required me to know Spanish. It depends on location. Not if you’re related to the person.
Also. No normal person uses calculus outside of school. Basic math, sure. But not calculus.
Just because you don’t use it doesn’t mean others don’t. But last I checked, advanced calculus isn’t part of the standard curriculum so your point is still moot. In fact, most states give you a variety of math courses to choose from just like you get a variety of foreign language to choose from. If you are always around someone who uses ASL, odds are you are going to pick it up from them just like if your parents speak both English and Spanish then you pick up both languages from them.Kids don’t even learn their foreign language at school. How much Spanish or French or German can you speak from those classes you took in school?Mmm, that’s what I thought. You clearly know nothing about the education system but if you’d like to continue to be wrong then who am I to stop you?
Woah ladies... chill down. Let's keep things civil, ok?
Actually it is part of average curriculum. I don't know if you went to a special high school for dumb people but I had to take it junior year.
And actually, I learned Spanish in high school and still speak in now that I’m 25 sooo.
But if you’d like to continue being wrong, be my guest
Please don't scale the comments.
How about the idea of having it as an extracurricular course?
Yes, definitely.Not mandatory but definitely as a choice option.