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Foreign Language

  • American Sign Language as a Foreign Language.
  • Universities that Accept ASL in Fulfillment of Foreign Language Requirements.
  • Mangrum, C., and Strichard, S. (1998).  College and the learning disabled student.  Orlando, FL: Grune & Stratton.
  • Sparks, R., Ganschow, L., Artzer, M., and Patton, J. (1997). Foreign language proficiency of at risk and not-at-risk foreign language learners over two years of foreign language instruction. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30, 92-98.
  • Sparks, R., Ganschow, L., Artzer, M., Siebenhar, D., & Plageman, M. (1998). Differences in native language skills, foreign language aptitude, and foreign language grades among high, average, and low proficiency foreign language learners: Two studies. Language Testing, 15, 181-216.
  • Sparks, R., Javorsky, 1 (1998). Students classified as learning disabled and the college foreign language requirement: Replication and comparison studies. Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  • Sparks, R., Phillips, L., Ganschow, L. and Javorsky, I (1998). Comparison of students classified as learning disabled who petitioned for or fulfilled the college foreign language requirement. Journal of Learning Disabilities.