American Sign Language/Bilingual-Bicultural
American Sign Language is a manual language taught as a child's primary language, with English taught as a second language. American Sign Language is recognized as a true language in its own right and does not follow the grammatical structure of English. This method is used extensively within the Deaf community, a group that views itself as having a separate culture and identity from mainstream hearing society.
For more information, contact the National Association of the Deaf or the American Society for Deaf Children.