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W ELCOME ASL 1! W RITTEN D OORBUSTER : P LEASE COPY THE NOTES #1-7 BELOW. 1. ASL word order is like setting the stage of a drama play. 2. First, the curtain.

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1 W ELCOME ASL 1! W RITTEN D OORBUSTER : P LEASE COPY THE NOTES #1-7 BELOW. 1. ASL word order is like setting the stage of a drama play. 2. First, the curtain opens and you see when based on the props (thousand years ago? Now?) =TIME 3. Next, you see where the play is set (at a park? home? middle of a war? school?) = OBJECT 4. Then, you see who is involved, as the characters walk on the stage = SUBJECT 5. Finally, it is time for action- the characters talk, sing, fight, etc. = VERB 6. When you are signing, think of setting the stage as you communicate 6. When you are signing, think of setting the stage as you communicate 7. Reminder: the numbers 21, 24, 26, 27, 28 & 29 all begin with the “21 gun” handshape. Finished? Study the states (memorize abbreviations) and city signs (red MASL! Pp.78-79, and 82), and Texas cities. Test Thursday Finished? Study the states (memorize abbreviations) and city signs (red MASL! Pp.78-79, and 82), and Texas cities. Test Thursday Also, learn new class subjects & sports signs from pp and 214 (sports and class subjects not tested until next six weeks, Unit D)

2 C ITIES R EVIEW ( REMINDER : STATES AND CITIES EXAM IS THIS T HURSDAY ) p.82 See p.82 for non-Texas cities, and our video for Texas cities too- here are the possible cities for Thursday’s exam:  Non-Texas Cities: BOSTON, CHICAGO, NEW-ORLEANS, PHILADELPHIA SAN-FRANCISCO, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON+DC  Texas CitiesDALLAS, FORT-WORTH, EL-PASO, AMARILLO, LUBBOCK, MIDLAND, ODESSA, SAN-ANTONIO, AUSTIN, CORPUS- CHRISTI, BEAUMONT, LAREDO, HOUSTON, GALVESTON, PASADENA, SUGAR+LAND, BAYTOWN, &ARLINGTON  Texas Cities: DALLAS, FORT-WORTH, EL-PASO, AMARILLO, LUBBOCK, MIDLAND, ODESSA, SAN-ANTONIO, AUSTIN, CORPUS- CHRISTI, BEAUMONT, LAREDO, HOUSTON, GALVESTON, PASADENA, SUGAR+LAND, BAYTOWN, &ARLINGTON

3 ASL 1 C ITIES & STATES GAME - “C APTURE THE RIBBON BOOKMARK ”: one states map  Each team needs one states map per 2-3 people.  Volunteer, or do “nose goes” to decide who is the first signer  The signer red MASL! Book (pp.78-79)  The signer may use the red MASL! Book for help (pp.78-79)  Signer: fingerspell sign it back wins the bookmark. no one knows itthe bookmark.  Signer: fingerspell a random state- the first person to sign it back correctly wins the bookmark. If no one knows it, the signer gets the bookmark.  After 5switch signers  After 5 different states, switch signers (the person on the left goes next).  When states are too easy switch to cities!  When states are too easy for your group, switch to cities! p.82 See p.82 for ideas, and Texas cities too- here are the possible cities:  Texas Cities DALLAS, FORT-WORTH, EL-PASO, AMARILLO, LUBBOCK, MIDLAND, ODESSA, SAN-ANTONIO, AUSTIN, CORPUS- CHRISTI, BEAUMONT, LAREDO, HOUSTON, GALVESTON, PASADENA, SUGAR+LAND, BAYTOWN, &ARLINGTON  Texas Cities : DALLAS, FORT-WORTH, EL-PASO, AMARILLO, LUBBOCK, MIDLAND, ODESSA, SAN-ANTONIO, AUSTIN, CORPUS- CHRISTI, BEAUMONT, LAREDO, HOUSTON, GALVESTON, PASADENA, SUGAR+LAND, BAYTOWN, &ARLINGTON  Non-Texas Cities : BOSTON, CHICAGO, NEW-ORLEANS, PHILADELPHIA SAN-FRANCISCO, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON+DC  Who held the bookmark the most when time is up?  There is a prize for you …  Ready? Begin!

4 R EMEMBER - STILL NO EARBUDS PER SCHOOL POLICY W ELCOME ASL 2! ( YES TECHNOLOGY - ONLY AFTER YOU FINISH COPYING THE DOORBUSTER BELOW ) R EMEMBER - STILL NO EARBUDS PER SCHOOL POLICY Please copy #1-5 notes below. 1.Some countries have both a natural signed language (like ASL) and an invented signed system (like Signed English). 2. The Deaflympics happens every 4 years. 3. Athletes at the Deaflympics rely on visual cues instead of sound to tell them to start, or for any communication needs. 4. There is no universal signed language, but Deaf athletes there usually love learning about other signed languages. 5. Some countries still deny Deaf people rights to schooling and/or jobs, and believe Deaf people have no language.  Finished? Finished? Work on how to sign your “choose a country” activity (and/or catch-up work- finish finding answers). Your group will present these today. Also, sign up on the front board for your presentation order. Ready?

5 ASL 2 “C HOOSE A COUNTRY ” ACTIVITY  Get your group sheet from Dr. Weast.  Did you write your questions and answers readable and clear? (I will show them on the front screen when you present).  Sign up for presentation order on the front board  Sign up for presentation order on the front board Helpful website: Ethnologue.com Are there any signs you need to learn? Add them to the Are there any signs you need to learn? Add them to the list on the front board for me to show list on the front board for me to show write 3 questions, find answers to each  Be sure you write 3 questions, and find answers to each question. iPod Touches available  I have iPod Touches available for check out if your team needs them. plan & practice signing them- will all sign the country sign together  Now, plan & practice signing them- (each team will all sign the country sign together ; then you may all sign all 3 questions/answers, or divide them up among you)  Ready?  Ready?

6 W ELCOME ASL 3! T ODAY : FINISH CREATING, AND / OR PRACTICE SIGNING IT W ELCOME ASL 3! T ODAY : 1. D OORBUSTER - HANDSHAPE STORY - FINISH CREATING, AND / OR PRACTICE SIGNING IT – GET STARTED R EMEMBER YOU WILL ALL SIGN EACH PART TOGETHER 2. Write out your story Title it: Number story, ABC story, or handshape story Then write out the meaning you intend for each part For example: for a numbers 1-10 story: #1- person walking #2- sits down Make it clear, as I will show it on the board when you sign it #3….). Make it clear, as I will show it on the board when you sign it sign your poetry stories ! 3. ASL poetry in groups: sign your poetry stories ! (number story, handshape, or ABC story)

7 ASL 3 R EMINDER FROM YESTERDAY - ASL H ANDSHAPE S TORIES : Know the sign for ASL-POETRY, vs. (spoken)POETRY handshape stories ASL Poetry types include handshape stories : – Can involve one handshape (such as “5”) – Can involve certain numbers (eg. #1-10) – Can involve the entire alphabet (ABC stories) Similar to a “play” on language- rhyme, or such as spoken English tongue twisters with alliteration- when each word starts with the same letter (Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers…) Remember we saw sample handshape story videos Remember we saw sample handshape story videos

8 ASL 3 T EAM C REATIONS :  Did you notice that some signs received unusual handshapes, or they used gestures, or classfiers a lot? That is fine!  Create your own handshape story (ASL Poetry).  First, decide if you will use numbers 1-10, a particular handshape (such as “5” – with at least 10 parts), or the alphabet (ABC story). all sign all parts of this together  Now, create as a team! Your team will all sign all parts of this together when finished (Today? or Tuesday if needed- when you are done working on it, though, you will present )  Draft it on paper for us too- write the handshape/letter/number and the meaning next to it- I will put this on the screen for everyone to see while you sign it.  Draft it on paper for us too- write the handshape/letter/number and the meaning next to it- I will put this on the screen for everyone to see while you sign it.


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