On Earth, there are thousands of languages across time, history, and geography. To highlight, most languages are rooted in culture. More so, languages can also be used to trace civilization and bloodlines across time and history. In many cases, languages have evolved to become something completely different from their original voice.

In a time when man had yet to learn to communicate through words, we settled for art and signs. Indeed, sign language was an integral part of communication in ancient and prehistoric times. Eventually, sign language became an essential part of the lives of many. Specifically, for those who need sign language as their primary form of communication.

Thus, many countries and tribes have their own recognized form of sign language. The most common forms of sign language include British Sign Language (BSL) and American Sign Language (ASL). Many official types of sign languages are recognized globally since there is no single international sign language. However, only those who learn them will be able to communicate using them.

Thus, Australia recently made the decision to teach Australian Sign Language as a subject in New South Wales schools. Certainly, it is important for more people to learn sign language in order to be a greater part of the global society and improve their skills and knowledge. In fact, it could also lead to more opportunities. Accordingly, Real Research is conducting a survey on whether sign language should be taught in schools.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on whether sign language should be taught in schools on the Real Research app from May 06, 2022. After that, you will receive 12 TNC as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
A Survey on Whether Sign Language Should Be Taught in Schools

Target Number of Participants:
50,000 Users


Nationality: All
Age: 21-99
Gender: All
Resident Country: All
Marital Status: All
Language: All
KYC Level: All

Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 67.24% want a universal standard international sign language.