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============= A representative from a college center for students with disabilities writes: Good Afternoon Professor Vicars, I have a student enrolled in your "ASL 2" course.
She has requested to write down the letters as you fingerspell during a test.
As far as the in-person exams, please "try" taking the first one in the regular manner and during the regular time frame. If so, the instructor is not required to make the modification.However, multiple tests (not just one) would eventually add up to a substantial impact on the instructors time (possibly adding as much as 20 or 30 percent more effort added to his/her semester load since each test would require his/her undivided attention to administer.It would be different if we were discussing written tests that the student could take at a writing center, and that could be possibly be corrected by a computer.Have a wonderful day, Molly Smith (name changed), M. Learning Disabilities Specialist Molly, Hello :) I give three kinds of tests in this semester's "American Sign Language 2" course: Receptive: I sign and the students write. Thus she is "requesting" something that is actually "required" as part of the test.YES by all means she can, (and should / must) write down the letters so that I can see if she understood the letters that were in the fingerspelled word.