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Unit 16 Giving Directions and Instructions ASL II ~Bader~
Left right straight near far, far away, distant cross-over corner intersection, crossroads behind opposite next-to, besides locale. Area east west north south plug-in unplug place city, town, village street, road, avenue elevator building roof police, cop Jewish detective careful careless tease, kid follow Ready CL:CC CL: A CL: LL/L CL: B ABBVs Apostrophes ‘S
Review signs Across From Other Parking Lot Store Play Area Grassy Area Restaurant Swimming Pool Registrar Inside Building Floor Walk up stairs Room Front Door In Out Next to Across from Broken Not Working Lousy Closed Locked Dirty Warm Cookie Chocolate Gum Coke Pepsi Sandwich Sugar Thirsty Hungry Should Must Want Get Look For Small Drink Medium Drink Large Drink With With out Sure Know nothing Not here I think Around there Don’t Know Not Sure Maybe
Directions Give three directions to your partner to get to the following places: Pick three places involving directions in your NB: include: where, area, use some voc words we learned, FS name of place, Sign to your partner (your partner should be able to understand your directions and write it down in their NB). The drugstorethe police station The post officethe hospital The high schoolthe restaurant The food storethe bookstore Mrs. Bader will rotate and ask you to give her one direction in ASL
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Culture Notes Watch Through Deaf Eyes Movie Fill out packet as you watch the movie. Short sections will be shown.
Home videos started late 80s early 90s of captioning Star trek and little rascals were first to be captioned on home videos. Built in closed captioning decoding circuitry started in 1992 for all new TVs larger than 13 inches. Became mandatory in Still not perfect.. used to be only 15 hours a week of captioned opportunities in 1980s. Continues to grow today. Nearly every new DVD, shows, news some informicals, etc are captioned. Not limited to deaf and HH.. language learners use them, late Hearing Loss use them