Presentation on theme: " Plain Verbs ~ require the signer to specify the subject and object: Inflecting Verbs ~ allows the signer to indicate the subject and object by changing."— Presentation transcript:
Plain Verbs ~ require the signer to specify the subject and object: Inflecting Verbs ~ allows the signer to indicate the subject and object by changing the direction of movement of the sign Spatial Verbs ~ similar to inflecting verbs; however, allows the signer to change the direction of movement of the sign to indicate location (from here to there). Three Skits ~ Videos
Check out the Videos Getting Ready for a Party Discussing a report for school Note in the videos target language: Requesting help Offer assistance Taking offers Declining help
Practice making requests: See ELMO for picture Practice making request by asking your partner to get the objects pictured on your page First decide which partner will assign locations for NUMBERED objects Decide which of you will assign the LETTERED objects Mark your picture (Numbers and Letters in DIFFERENT locations). Follow this dialogue to MAKING REQUESTS take turns until all objects are marked (NO VOICING) A: Give reason, request that B get an object form the kitchen B: Agree, ask where A: Identify Location, tell where object is in relates to that location B: (find the object and mark it)
Check out previous group activity MUST HAVE at minimum of 36 voc words. No limits after that. 12 from Unit 20 12 from Unit 21 12 from SN 9 Must use ASL format at least 4 or more words per statement and must have at least 5 dialogues per person.
Come up with an event (party, story telling, trip, work, activities, etc), with plans, with requests, with help, be creative, props are welcomed. You can discuss your ‘event’ in any way you choose Make a LIST of choice words with your group (keep it neat and for me to review) Create your dialogue.. (rough draft DUE TODAY) Be mindful of your theme.. Stick to your topic/story, be sure to have FLOW, confirmation of the conversation, be sure to affirm. Must be EXPRESSIVE and in ASL format for better flow. Neatly written dialogue/Typed/Due NEXT CLASS MEETING If you are ‘finished’ with your draft.. PRACTICE your signs/ASL
Sample: Plan a huge trip overseas Make a shopping list of what to do to prepare (things to buy or look for, ask for help with your travel partner or family) Clean the house before leaving.. Assign chores, etc Plan a wedding/event, ‘destination’ wedding or event
Unit 20/21/SN 9 Voc worth 30 points Basic ASL Structure worth 10 points FS/Clarity/#Signs worth 10 points Conversation Flow worth 10 points Facial Adverbials worth 10 points Fluency/Eye Contact worth 5 points Neat Paper worth 5 points TOTAL of 80 Pts towards (quiz/test grade)