Fla. students create sign language videos for zoo, theme park

03/26/2010 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Students from a Florida high school's sign language program are putting their skills to use by creating a series of podcasts and videos for people who cannot hear to use at Lowry Park Zoo and Busch Gardens in Tampa. The Sunlake High School students said getting data about the animals was the easy part; what is harder has been making their presentations entertaining and engaging.

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