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Developed by Marcella M. Harper, MA/CSC 2011.  A. Shake head yes/no and sign wh-word at end.  B. Yes/No – Eyebrows raised; Wh- Questions – Eyebrows.

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1 Developed by Marcella M. Harper, MA/CSC 2011

2  A. Shake head yes/no and sign wh-word at end.  B. Yes/No – Eyebrows raised; Wh- Questions – Eyebrows lowered  C. Make eye contact to be sure the person understands.

3  B. Yes/No – Eyebrows raised; Wh-Questions – Eyebrows lowered

4  A. a person hand shape  B. an “A” hand shape  C. a “1” hand shape  D. a classifier

5  C. a “1” hand shape

6  A. Shake head “no”  B. Sign “no”, “not”, “nothing”, or “never”  C. Use a negated sign  D. All of the above

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8  A. a “closed 5” hand shape  B. an “A” hand shape  C. a “1” hand shape  D. twist the letter “s” after the sign

9  A. a “closed 5” hand shape

10  A. Repeat movement several times  B. Depends on the pronoun  C. There are no pronouns in ASL  D. A sweeping or semi-circular movement

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13  John Singer – educated; miraculously skilled at lip-reading; uses sign language; kind; a “good listener”; does things to help others; lonely.  Spiros Antonapolous – mentally impaired; childlike; loves sweets; died of health complications; knows some sign language, lonely.  Horace Oates, Jr. – truly deaf; a student with a health issue; untrusting of hospitals.

14  A. It may let deaf person know how to communicate (ASL or English sign).  B. It let’s deaf person know if the other person is “one of us”.  C. Because few (10%) of deaf people have deaf parents; being a deaf child of deaf parents is considered prestigious.  D. All of the above.

15  A. It may let deaf person know how to communicate (ASL or English sign).  B. It let’s deaf person know if the other person is “one of us”.  C. Because few (10%) of deaf people have deaf parents; being a deaf child of deaf parents is considered prestigious.  D. All of the above.

16 A. Putting words on index cards to practice B. Establishing people or items in space and pointing to them to reference them (e.g. “He my brother.”) C. Where to find the words in ABC order in the back of the book D. Signs for residential schools of the deaf

17  Establishing people or items in space and pointing to them to reference them (e.g. “He my brother.”)

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19  Pointing is part of Deaf culture ; it is used for indexing and other grammatical features.  However, it should be noted that hearing parents may have taught their children that it is rude; and deaf people have learned to use non- manual markers (e.g., eye shift or tongue in cheek) to point.

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21  A. Sign “time” and then the number.  B. A special piece of equipment for deaf people.  C. A flyer or sign that tells what time captioned movies begin.  D. Signs demonstrating past, present, and future.

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23  Past –  Present –  Future –

24  Past – recently, yesterday, 2 weeks ago, last year, etc.  Present – now, today, daily  Future – tomorrow, this week, three weeks from now, next year, etc.

25 MOPSMOPS

26  M – moving down sides of body  O – palms facing each other  P – from waist to hips  S – closed 5 hand shapes

27 MOPSMOPS

28 MOPSMOPS

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30  A. Sign indicating direction on a map: north, south, east, west  B. Sign that shows movement: jump, run, fall, walk  C. Signs that change movement depending on subject and object: give, help, show, tell  D. None of the above.

31  C. Signs that change movement depending on subject and object: give, help, show, tell

32  A. Away from the signer  B. Toward the signer  C. Toward the item  D. It does not matter

33  B. Toward the signer

34  A. Sign “how old are you”  B. Sign “old” and the number  C. Sign “long ago” or “future” and the year  D. None of the above

35  B. Sign “old” and the number

36  A. To the side  B. To the floor  C. To the signer  D. Away from the signer

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38  A. Eyebrows furrowed down  B. Head tilted forward  C. Hold last sign/make eye contact  D. All of the above

39  A. Eyebrows furrowed down  B. Head tilted forward  C. Hold last sign/make eye contact  D. All of the above

40  A. Repeat the sign  B. Up and down movement  C. Semi-circular or sweeping movement  D. Circular repeated movement

41  C. Semi-circular or sweeping movement

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44 1. Choose a lesson/chapter. 2. Decide what grammar structures are involved. 3. Prepare and carry out a lesson plan.

45  1. What are the Essential Questions related to my assigned lesson?  2. What activities will I use and how will I assess (test) student mastery?

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47  Medical = deaf; impairment to be fixed in order to function normally in hearing world  Cultural = Deaf; unique and culturally rich group with special gifts to offer world

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49  A. Mode of signing: English, ASL, French  B. Helping verb: can, must, finish, will  C. Yodeling for people with cochlear implants: Modal, Nodal, Yodel,  D. Small deaf environment: Martha’s Vineyard, Gallaudet University, etc.

50  B. Helping verb: can, must, finish, will

51  A. Sign and, but, or, for then finish.  B. Put finish after a verb  C. Put finish at the end of the sentence  D. Sign a sentence, then finish, then sign another sentence

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53  A. A, B, F & G  B. 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9  C. all of them  D. 3, closed 5, and upside down V

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55  A. A, B, F & G  B. 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9  C. CL: G, CL:L, CL: BB  D. CL:3, CL:1, CL:F

56 C. CL: G, CL:L, CL: BB

57  (see Essay slide show)

58  A. Sign verb repeatedly or in sweeping motion  B. Make the sign go back and forth (ex: help me, help you)  C. There is no such thing as a directional verb  D. Sign north, south, east, west repeatedly

59  A. Sign verb repeatedly or in sweeping motion

60  A. Minute and Hour  B. Week and Month  C. Year  D. Time/o’clock

61  C. Year – only 1-5

62 1. Through a community project 2. By participating in silent events (such as Silent Supper on 3/24) 3. By interacting with deaf people 4. By taking other sign or deafness related classes (such as Deaf-Blind Support Service Provider training on 4/22)

63  Copy and write an answer to above question.

64  A. Sign no, not, never, none, zero, or nothing  B. Shake head “no”  C. Use a negated sign (e.g., “don’t like”, “don’t want”, “don’t know”)  D. All of the above

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66  A. Clap hands like hearing people do.  B. They don’t. They stomp feet and yell.  C. Raise both hands in air and wave them.  D. None of the above.

67  C. Raise both hands in air and wave them.

68  A. Hold sign then sign it bigger = very  B. Repeat the sign = often  C. Repeat the sign in a circular motion = always or for a long time  D. All of the above

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70  Everyone: Update your Community Service Project Form

71  In your ACTIVITY section, write a reflection on your Optimist Club experience.  Not what you did but what you saw, thought, felt  If you were not present for Optimist, put today’s date and tell where you were and what you did on 3/31.

72  What do you call it when people put names on back of sports shirts?

73  CLOTHES captioning

74  A. and, but, or, for, nor  B. finish, hit, frustrate  C. only “and” is used as a conjunction  D. there are no conjunctions in ASL

75  B. finish, hit, frustrate

76  What language do pigs speak?

77  SWINE LANGUAGE

78  A. Use “quotation marks” for the topic  B. Smile about your topic and present it with confidence  C. Furrowed eyebrows and a head nod  D. Raised eyebrows and a pause

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80  How did the hard of hearing patient respond when the doctor asked, “What are the symptoms?”

81  It’s a cartoon show about a yellow family. What does that have to do with my problem?

82  What was the sign on the wall in the hearing aid department?

83  Over 5,000 ears of experience!

84  In your ACTIVITY section, write down 2 questions you would like to ask a deaf guest speaker.  Keep in mind all that you have learned about ▪ Famous deaf people ▪ Places important to deaf people ▪ Laws that impact deaf people ▪ Equipment used by deaf people ▪ Careers related to deafness ▪ Deaf culture

85  In your ACTIVITY section, write a reflection on your Very Special Arts experience.  Not what you did but what you saw, thought, felt  If you were not present for VSA, put today’s date and tell where you were and what you did this morning.

86  A. Movement  B. Orientation of Palm  C. Placement on the body  D. Shape of the hand

87  A. Movement

88  Why is it ridiculous to yell at a billboard?

89  They only understand “sign” language!

90  A. A question that uses rhetoric  B. A question that is argumentative  C. A question about Retinitis Pigmentosa  D. A question that is answered by the asker

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92  A. A sentence that depends on the person signing  B. A sentence using “if” followed by something that could happen  C. A sentence discussing the condition of someone’s health  D. A sentence talking about weather conditions

93  B. A sentence using “if” followed by something that could happen

94  Make the sign for "milk." Continue making the "milk" sign- -but move it in front of your eyes. Can you guess what "sign" that is?

95  It's "pasteurized milk" (past-your-eyes)

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97  All actors are deaf and use sign language  The movie is made by a deaf film maker, director, producer  There is no audio on the film  Video relay and sign language interpreter are evident in the film  Deaf characters tap, hit, or bang to get each other’s attention  Theme/s? Trust, Miscommunication, Reconciliation

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99 HANDSHAPES  Pronouns: CL:1, CL:B, CL:2, CL:C, CL:^  of us  Adjectives: CL: G, CL:L, CL:BB, CL: 55

100  How do mathematicians communicate?

101  They use sine language!

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103  Through Deaf Eyes (Documentary)  The Miracle Worker (Helen Keller)  Johnny Belinda (Deaf woman raped)  The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (Deaf man-suicide)  Love is Never Silent (CODA daughter)  Sound and the Fury (Cochlear implant)  Mountain Man (All deaf film) Common themes?

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105  Duplicate it/Repeat the sign with use of space so that it models real life

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107  Many actors are deaf and use sign language  Video relay and sign language interpreter are evident in the film  Flashing lights for door bell  Video phones  Deaf pride  Info on Cochlear implants  Deaf people in sports

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109 + improved hearing + possibly more opportunities (from hearing and speaking) - Lack of acceptance from Deaf community - Stuck in between deaf and hearing worlds - Costly & involves parent involvement

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111  Use larger sign space  Sign with rhythm to beat of music  Continue/extend sign to match music  Use whole hand, not index finger, when signing “me” and “you”

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113  Sign Language Interpreter  Speech – Language Pathologist  Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing  Counselor of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing  Audiologist (fits hearing aids)  Otologist (ear doctor)  Otolaryngologist (ear-nose-throat doctor)  Video Relay installation/management  Equipment sales and marketing  Dorm parent/recreation at school for the deaf  Services for people who are deaf and blind


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