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American Sign Language to “Youth” by Troye Sivan

By Sarah Bechard, III Form

American Sign Language to “Youth” by Troye Sivan

Editor’s Note: In the St. Mark’s Saturdays’ course “American Sign Language,” the students found resources and learned the signs to perform one whole song in ASL. The goals of the assignment were to learn ASL vocabulary, understand how to sign songs, understand ASL word order, and practice sign fluency. The subtitles reflect ASL word choice and grammar, rather than spoken English grammar.

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Sarah Bechard is a III Form boarding student from Ashland, MA. She enjoys playing softball, dancing, and spending time with her friends. 


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