8 Homework 5:3 (p. 244) “G” and “H” Letters Grady Cheryl Hannah Sarah KhanGuySageHenryGriffinGloria
9 Homework 5:4 (pp. 247-248) Minidialogue #1 Description: Dog #1: Big, white with a brown spotOwner: her daughterDog #2: Medium-sized; reddish-brown hairOwner: her friendDog #3: Small, black, curlyOwner: Iva’s
10 Homework 5:4 (pp. 247-248) Minidialogue 2 Norman’s car: Partner’s car: One year old; green; good sized; seats four comfortably; no shift; drink holderPartner’s car:brand new; blue; pretty small; two seater; shift; no drink holder
11 Homework 5:4 (pp. 247-248) Whose cup? how did they get the cup Minidialogue 3Whose cup?cup # 1: Daughter’scup #2: Mother’scup #3: Father’scup #4: Cinnie’show did they get the cupa gift from her college teacherlikes dogs; her friend gave it as a birthday giftChristmas gift from brotherbought during a trip to France; got four of them
12 July 2016 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324252627282930
15 Signer A: Ask who B lives with Signer B: Tell who A: Ask what each person’s household chores areB: Name (up to 3) chores for each person(spatial agreement)• one other person• two other people• three other people or moreA: Ask if B doesn’t mind doing his or her chores(specify which chore)B: Give opinionA: RespondM 1595:4, p. 462
16 Key Grammar (pages )Designating locations for non-present peopleIf you want to talk about more than two non-present people, who are not in any rank order, you designate a location for each person along a horizontal arc in front of you starting on your non-dominant side.When discussing each person,be sure to orient signs toward the designated location when discussing that person, i.e. their choresbe sure the personal pronouns and possessive adjectives agree with the location when talking about the personOne other personTwo other peopleThree other people
17 Rate how you feel doing the chore M 1605:4, p. 463
18 ASL PHRASES PART IWe will be learning ASL Phrases and common ASL signs that are frequently used in the American Deaf Community.In the handout, you will see the words – “ASL Gloss” which is a process used to represent ASL signs, not represent the meaning in English. Sometimes, the signs cannot explain it meaning alone in English, for instance, the ASL gloss, VOMIT, has no equivalent meaning in English.
19 ASL PHRASES PART IASL has only one idiom – “TRAIN-GOES-BY SORRY” – which is similar to the English idiom: “Missed the boat.” It means the information presented will not be repeated due to your lack of attention."What's up?" "What's happening" "How are you?"**Use this sign with somebody you know.I didn’t mean to say that, that’s not what I meant,"What are you doing?", “What did / will you do?”"Have you been to ...?""I really hate that."Fascinating, interesting.
20 ASL PHRASES PART I Talk to yourself, a sense of isolation. Blame no one else than yourself.Fall head or heels in love with.Excited, YippeeNeed to stop talking right now, that’s enough talking, zip itSimilar to English, "Cool!"I don't get it; over my head.I completely forgot about that, can't think of it now.
21 ASL PHRASES PART I Puzzled, confused. Can’t hear a thing, completely deaf.Not far, a hop skip.I wonder about you, check you out, size up.Hero, role model to look up toConceding, look down at.Watch over, protect.
22 ASL SIGN PLAY FOR FUN ASL Sign Play For Fun (don’t use these for normal circumstances)WOWCOOLSEARSSEE-YOU-TOMORROWUNDERSTAND
23 Lesson 5:5 Asking if Done Signer A: Ask if B is done with the chore Signer B: Affirm or negateASL signs:FINISHNOT-YET
24 Do Exercise 5:3 – Are You Done…? Student Workbook, page 391
28 Sequence 2 activities nod left raise brow & nod nod right (errand 1) [transition] (errand 2)M 1645:6, p. 479
29 Signer A: Ask what B did or will do on a certain day Signer B: Tell two errands and/or activitiesM 1655:6, p. 481
30 Exercise 5:4 – Sequencing Two Activities, (page 392-393) Signer A: Ask what B did or will doon a certain daySigner B: Tell two errands and/or activitiesM 1655:6, p. 481
31 Exercise 5:4 – Sequencing Two Activities Student Workbook, pageCopy the calendar on the board. Now fill in the schedule with two activities you did or will do for each day (six days past previous and the next six days including today.)Your Partner’s ScheduleAsk your partner what s/he did/will do on a certain day. Fill in the calendar.
32 July 2016 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324252627282930
33 Using MUST DO Signer A: Ask what errands B must do within the next few daysSigner B: List 3 errandsA: Respond• acknowledge information• express amazement• express sympathyM 1665:6, p. 482
34 Level of Willingness Willing (3 items) Not Willing (1 item) M 167 5:6, p. 484
35 Homework for next class day: Do homework 5:5-5:6
36 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