Presentation on theme: "Instructor: Kristi Winter, MA University of Washington"— Presentation transcript:
1 Intensive First Year American Sign Language (ASL 134) class Summer Quarter Instructor: Kristi Winter, MAUniversity of WashingtonDept. of LinguisticsASL Program
2 Agenda: Thursday, June 30th Today: SN Unit 2 Signing Lunch at HUB, near Starbucks (12:15 – 12:45)Thursday, June 30thMovie: A Sign of Respect: Strategies for Effective Deaf/Hearing InteractionsSign Production Assignment (SPA #1 due on Canvas by midnight
3 Problem with your Signing Naturally videotext (DVDs)? You can try a different computer or laptop, wipe clean your DVD, or borrow one of your classmates' DVD in the morning before class begins. Also, you may check out the student's workbook along with DVD at the Suzzallo library (I think it is on the reserved shelf), or order a DVD throughToll Free phone number for DawnSignPress is (800)
4 Journal #1 Journal Activity #1 Homework Assignments: #1) Questions: What is your first recollection of ASL and Deaf people? How old were you when you encountered a Deaf person? Be completely honest – what was the experience like? How did you feel? (one page, typed, double-spaced) Due on Tuesday, July 4th, 2016.
9 Lesson 2:9 Identifying People What are the ASL Grammar for Identifying People?Identifying sequence (3 ways):Identify a person by gender and appearanceIdentify a person by body positionsIdentify a person by gender and action
10 Homework 2:9 (pages 77-79) Minidialogue 1 Gender: M How was the person identified:appearancebody positioninformation given about person:pink glasses; doesn’t like coffee; prefers tea
11 Homework 2:9 (pages 77-79) Minidialogue 2 Gender: F How was the person identified:appearancebody positioninformation given about person:a local teacher who teaches reading and writing
12 Homework 2:9 (pages 77-79) Minidialogue 3 Gender: F How was the person identified:appearancebody positionactioninformation given about person:has three dogs – two Deaf; teaches her dogs some signs
13 Homework 2:9 (page 80) Names and Tidbits Dawn Sally Rob When in high school, her hair was blond, now it’s brown. Likes drinking 7-Up and dislikes Coke.SallyLikes clothes shopping; has 10 pairs of shoes; all of them are blue.RobLearned Spanish dancing which is hard; likes watching TV.
14 Homework 2:9 (page 80) Names and Tidbits Ted Lili Tessa Learned English in high school.LiliWhen growing up, she liked bicycling; now she prefers running.TessaLikes black licorice; likes to travel and take photos.
15 Homework 2.9 (p.77- 80) Answer Key for Homework 2.9 Names and Tidbits (p. 80)DawnWhen in high school, her hair was blond, now it’s brown. Likes drinking 7-Up and dislikes CokeSallyLikes clothes shopping; has 10 pairs of shoes; all of them are blue.RobLearning Spanish dancing which is hard; lies watching TVTedLearned English in collegeLiliWhen growing up, she liked bicycling; now she prefers running.TessaLikes black licorice; likes to travel and take photos
16 Review: Lesson 2:6 Leisure Activities M 652:6, p. 137
17 Review: Lesson 2.6 Leisure Activities M 662:6, p. 137
18 Review 2:7 Cardinal Numbers 20212223242526272829M 672:7, p. 142
19 Lesson 2:9 Identifying People What are the ASL Grammar for Identifying People?Identifying sequence (3 ways):Identify a person by gender and appearanceIdentify a person by body positionsIdentify a person by gender and action
20 #1 - Identify a Person by Gender and Appearance LeeRobTessaConnieFrankLoriBevToddBobbyTESSA, WHO?M 722:9, p. 154VickiValEdnaWillieAlex
21 #2 - Identify a Person by Body Position LeeRobTessaConnieFrankLoriBevToddBobbySEE WOMAN SIT BCL: ”arm resting on top of chair” IX NAME WHAT?M 732:9, p. 156VickiValEdnaWillieAlex
22 #3 - Identify a Person by Gender and Action LeeRobTessaConnieFrankLoriBevToddBobbyDescribing ActionsIX fs-BEV APPLE, EAT, ICL: “eating apple”M 742:9, p. 158VickiValEdnaWillieAlex
24 Classroom A/B Tessa, Deaf, learning French Debra, blue eyes, likes campingM 752:9, p. 160
25 ASL StructureASL Structure: 1 SEE (gender) + (appearance, body position and/or action) **brow raised
26 Dialogue Signer A: Identify a person by gender+ • body position • appearance• body position• actionSigner B: AcknowledgeA: Give the person’s name andstate their favorite leisure activityM 85Unit 2 Review, p. 188
28 What’s the Sequence?Memorize what’s in your picture, then put it asideAsk each other questions to determine which story your picture belongs to. (there are two separate stories.)Then figure out the sequence of the story.
31 Sources:Smith, C., Lentz, E. & Mikos, K. (1988)Signing Naturally Student Workbook Level 1. DawnSignPress. San Diego, CA
32 Lesson 2:9Coke Pepsi 7upRoot Beer Dr. PepperM 762:9, p. 163
33 Review: LIKE DETEST/VOMIT DON’T LIKE FAVORITE WATER TEA ORANGE JUICE HOT CHOCOLATEMILKPAY ATTENTIONNOT PAY ATTENTIONBOTHALLWHICHSODACANDYCHOCOLATE
34 Lesson 2:10 Names with Double Letters Letters that bounceBobby LibbyCarrie Willie NikkiLetters without a bounceTimmy Maddy DannyKitty Bessie DuffyLetters that move sidewaysLee Yoon AaronM 772:10, p. 167
36 Lesson 2:11 Deaf Culture Negotiating a Signing Environment watch DVD walk through a signed conversationPassing between groupswalk throughuse touchMoving a person asideask to movewatch DVD
37 Lesson 2:12 Asking What is the Sign Signer A: ask what is the signpoint to objectdraw picturelist things in the categoryuse oppositesdescribe/act outSigner B: respondgive signor tell you don’t know,or tell you forgot the sign,or tell you think you know the sign and show it,or ask for clarification
38 Review Lesson 2:12 Asking What is the Sign Signer A: Use one of these strategiesand ask what is the sign:• point to object• draw picture• list things in the category• use opposites• describe/act outSigner B: Respond• give sign• or tell you don’t know,• or tell you forgot the sign,• or tell you think you know the signand show it,• or ask for clarificationM 822:12, p • 3:15, p. 296
39 Review: DON’T KNOW SORRY I THINK I DON’T UNDERSTAND MORE “come on” I FORGOT, SORRY
40 Who invented the circular football huddle? The Gallaudet University team quarterback Paul Hubbard invented it in He realized the opposing Deaf teams could understand their signed play calls on the field. Hubbard gathered his players in a close circle to call plays, and the tradition of the football huddle was born. (p. 87)
44 Homework:Do Homework 2:10-2:12Your Language Background Narrative*Sign Production Assignment (SPA) #1 – Due Thursday, June 30th (Canvas)* Bring your workbook to class everyday.
45 Sources:Smith, C., Lentz, E. & Mikos, K. (1988)Signing Naturally Student Workbook Level 1. DawnSignPress. San Diego, CASmith, C., Lentz, E., Mikos, K. (2008) Signing Naturally Units 1-6. Dawn Sign Press. San Diego, CA.Zinza, Jason E. (2006) Master ASL! Sign Media, Inc. Burtonsville, MD.Eastman, G. (1989) From Mime to Sign. T.J. Publishers, Inc. Silver Spring, MD.Pictures from Microsoft Clip Arts