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1 Unit 12 Complaining, Making Suggestions and Requests Unit 12 Based on Signing Naturally Level 2, Unit 14

2 Unit 12 Unit 12 Major Goals Complain about and respond to ailments & illness, people, and pets Make and respond to suggestions and requests Use recurring and continuous time inflections Use conditional sentences Use role-shifting and characterization in narratives

3 Unit 12 Ailments & Illnesses

4 Unit 12 Pain

5 Unit 12 Cramps

6 Unit 12 Cough

7 Unit 12 Have-a-cold

8 Unit 12 Sore-throat

9 Unit 12 Itching, itchy Show scratching on itchy area of the body

10 Unit 12 Feel-tired

11 Unit 12 Don’t feel good

12 Unit 12 Fever / temperature

13 Unit 12 Swollen (use CL over swollen area, or describe area first)

14 Unit 12 Toss-and-turn - “didn’t sleep well”

15 Unit 12 Have-an-upset-stomach, nausea

16 Unit 12 Vomit

17 Unit 12 Feel-dizzy

18 Unit 12 Diarrhea

19 Unit 12 Redness Show where redness on red part of body

20 Unit 12 Rash Describe dots on area of body that has the rash

21 Unit 12 Feel-sore

22 Unit 12 Feel-lousy

23 Unit 12 Concern

24 Unit 12 “What’s wrong?” “Are you ok?” “Are you alright?”

25 Unit 12 Sign at least six different sentences telling about an illness using the format below. Time Yesterday Last month Saturday Last year Last week … Person Me (name) Brother Aunt Mom Cousin My friend … Describe illness (use chart on right) …

26 Unit 12 Empathy / Sympathy

27 Unit 12 “No way, really? Oh, that’s too bad”

28 Unit 12 Awful!

29 Unit 12 “Wow, too bad.”

30 Unit 12 “Oh, I know…”

31 Unit 12 Suggestions (offer advice)

32 Unit 12 Finish – “did you already try…?”

33 Unit 12 Why + not - “Why not try…?”

34 Unit 12 Need – “You should…”

35 Unit 12 Remedies

36 Unit 12 Medicine

37 Unit 12 Take-pill

38 Unit 12 Spoon-in-medicine

39 Unit 12 Medicine dropper

40 Unit 12 Rub-on-lotion

41 Unit 12 Lie-down, rest

42 Unit 12 Go see doctor

43 Unit 12 “Making Suggestions About Health” Dialogue Format Dialogue format – Signer A: Express concern Signer B: Complain about present condition Signer A: Show empathy, make suggestion Signer B: Respond

44 Unit 12 “Fast Forward…” A game for modifying signs 1.Everyone stands in a circle 2.Each person thinks of one sign they like, then take turns signing it. 3.Now change the sign in the following ways: Sign it big Sign it fast Sign it slow Sign it low Sign it high Sign it small Repeat it many times Sign it backwards Sign it privately Sign it cheerfully Sign it sadly Sign it crazy Sign it surprised Sign it angrily Sign it emphatically Sign it doubtfully

45 Unit 12 Recurring and Continuous Inflections An inflection is a change or modification in the way a sign is moved. When signing about illnesses, symptoms can happen repeatedly or continuously. Use a time sign and modify the movement of a sign for an illness or a symptom to explain how it has affected someone. Use NMS to show intensity or severity. recurring continuous

46 Unit 12 Examples of Recurring/Continuous Inflections #1 uninflected recurring continuous

47 Unit 12 Examples of Recurring/Continuous Inflections #2

48 Unit 12 Examples of Recurring/Continuous Inflections #3

49 Unit 12 Always use NMS with inflections!

50 Unit 12 Time signs: recurring

51 Unit 12 Every-morning

52 Unit 12 Every-afternoon

53 Unit 12 Every-night or evening, nightly

54 Unit 12 Everyday, daily, “day after day”

55 Unit 12 Every-week, weekly, “week after week”

56 Unit 12 Every-month, monthly, “month after month”

57 Unit 12 Every-hour, hourly, “hour after hour”

58 Unit 12 Up-until-now often – “It has happened frequently”

59 Unit 12 Time signs: Continuous

60 Unit 12 All-morning

61 Unit 12 All-afternoon

62 Unit 12 All-night

63 Unit 12 All-day

64 Unit 12 All-week

65 Unit 12 All-month

66 Unit 12 All-hour, for one entire hour

67 Unit 12 Uninflected, Continuous or Recurring? Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14 On the video, you will see 18 sentences, each with an uninflected or inflected verb sign indicating how often the activity has occurred. On the handout, circle which verb form is used in the sentence. Also note how the time signs agree with the inflections.

68 Translate the following sentences into ASL using recurring or continuous time signs and inflections. 1.Every afternoon I have a headache. 2.On Mondays, I’m tired. 3.I get a cold/runny nose every 3 months or so. 4.Once a year I get a sore throat. 1.All afternoon I had a headache. 2.I was tired all day Monday. 3.For 3 months I’ve had a cold/runny nose! 4.For a whole year my throat has been sore.

69 Unit 12 Classifier Practice-“At the Garage” Purpose: Using Classifiers and mime without fingerspelling For this game, pretend you are in a foreign country. Your car has a problem, and you need to communicate what is wrong, but you can neither speak nor sign to the mechanic. You can use acting, gesturing and handshapes to describe the problem with your car. Each person gets a card with a car problem. Take turns being the customer and the mechanic until everybody has had a chance to be both. The mechanic shows that he/she understands by facial expression and mimicking or repeating what the customer has described.

70 Unit 12 Turn signals won’t workOne headlight is burned out Car won’t startHeadlights are very dim at night Can’t shift into reverseHorn doesn’t work Over 50 mph, the car shakes a lotSunroof leaks Engine dies when the car stops moving (stop light, stop sign) High beam lights don’t work Engine light showing on the dashboard Need an oil change, check oil Water is leaking under the driver’s seat when it rains Heater doesn’t work; it blows cold air Car overheated and steam poured out Windshield wipers won’t turn off Tire is flat and all tires need to be rotated Can’t roll window up – it’s stuck Brakes not working wellLocked keys in car “At the Garage” - Car Problems

71 Unit 12 Complaints, complaining

72 Unit 12 Tend-to, “have a tendency to…”

73 Unit 12 Sick-of-it

74 Unit 12 Always

75 Unit 12 Stuck, “unsure how, or unable to change a situation” Example: I don’t know what to do! I work at 8, and I don’t have a ride or money for the bus.

76 Unit 12 Inflections for Behaviors or Tendencies Remember: an inflection is a modification of a sign that can show how often something occurs. If a person or pet do something repeatedly or exhibit a certain behavior frequently, the sign will be repeated several times, and an NMS added that illustrates the intent of the behavior.

77 Unit 12 Annoying pet behaviors

78 Unit 12 Licking (face)

79 Unit 12 Shedding

80 Unit 12 Meowing, yowling

81 Unit 12 (Pet) Jumping-on-person

82 Unit 12 Barking

83 Unit 12 Biting

84 Unit 12 Annoying children’s behaviors

85 Unit 12 Spilling

86 Unit 12 Stealing or taking without permission

87 Unit 12 Grabbing things

88 Unit 12 Breaking things

89 Unit 12 Fighting

90 Unit 12 Forgetting things Homework? Jacket? Backpack? Brush my teeth? Clean my room? Eat my vegetables?

91 Unit 12 Tattle-tale, “telling on others”

92 Unit 12 Crying

93 Unit 12 Screaming

94 Unit 12 Lying

95 Unit 12 Arguing

96 Unit 12 Dropping or leaving things on the floor

97 Unit 12 Fearful

98 Unit 12 Complaining

99 Unit 12 Mischievous, causing-trouble

100 Unit 12 Annoying partner, spouse or roommate’s behaviors

101 Unit 12 “Pour money into …”, “Blow money on…”

102 Unit 12 Goes-out-alot (never home)

103 Unit 12 Always-late

104 Unit 12 Always-borrowing-my-stuff

105 Unit 12 Excessively-clean

106 Unit 12 Sleeps-in, Over-sleeps-alot

107 Unit 12 Easily-tempted

108 Unit 12 Shops or buys-too-much

109 Unit 12 Worries

110 Unit 12 Nervous

111 Unit 12 Takes-my-things

112 Unit 12 Smokes

113 Unit 12 Leaves-things-around

114 Unit 12 Body odor

115 Unit 12 Back-and-forth-to bathroom

116 Unit 12 Always-broke

117 Unit 12 Procrastinates

118 Unit 12 Annoying friend’s or neighbor’s behaviors

119 Unit 12 Noisy, loud

120 Unit 12 Nosy, in-my-business

121 Unit 12 Bothersome, always-interrupts

122 Unit 12 Always-comes-over Comes to my place Go to their place

123 Unit 12 Gossips

124 Unit 12 Which signs would use these NMS?

125 Unit 12 “Complaing & Making Suggestions” Dialogue Format Dialogue format – Signer A: Complain about: Pet Children Roommate or Partner Sibling Neighbor Signer B: Show empathy, make suggestion Signer A: Respond

126 Unit 12 A Good Solution? Which solution fits the problem? Each student gets a set of a few problem cue cards and the same number of solutions cue cards. Students mingle and complain to each other using the cues on their complaint cards, but are only allowed to give the solutions that are on their cue cards. Students keep signing with others until they have found a reasonable solution to each of their problem cues. Write down the solutions on a separate piece of paper.

127 Unit 12 A Good Solution? Problem Cues My sister’s dog always jumps on me when I visit My little cousin breaks his toys all the time My siblings and I argue constantly Cat sheds too much during Summer My brothers fight all the timeMy sister drops clothes all over our room My dog licks my face every morning Students always forget to do their homework Children tend to be afraid of strangers (new people) Neighbor’s dog barks all nightBabies often grab thingsChildren tend to whine a lot Every day my small dog bites my sister when they play My little sister is always telling on me and my friends My older brother is really mischievous My little brother always loses his jacket Our new baby cries and cries all night My boy/girlfriend goes out without me on the weekends Every night my baby sister spills her juice The neighbor’s kids scream all morning on the weekends My best friend tends to be late My siblings keep stealing my things My brother lies all the timeMy sister is constantly borrowing…?

128 Unit 12 A Good Solution? Problem Cues My roommate is super cleanThe house filthy! My family leaves things everywhere My boy/girlfriend comes over to my house every weekend On the weekend my dad sleeps in late My older brother has stinky body odor Every afternoon this week I’ve had diarrhea My boy/girlfriend is always tempted to buy…? My sister is always in the bathroom. My whole family has been coughing for 3 days so far My husband/wife shops too much My uncle is always broke. He comes over and asks for $ Every afternoon during soccer practice, my stomach cramps My roommate worries a lotMy best friend procrastinates horribly Every morning when I get up, I feel dizzy My husband/wife tends to be nervous Our neighbors are super loud all night All day I’ve had a headache My roommate always takes my stuff The old lady next door is nosyFor 3 hours I’ve had a rash on my arm My grandma smokes like a chimney My siblings annoy me every day Every year during winter I get a cold

129 Unit 12 A Good Solution? Solution Cues Did you try putting your knee up? Why not take his toys away?Why not hide in your room so they can’t find you? Why not brush it more?Why not teach them to play a sport together? You should pile the clothes on her bed. You should grab his tongue and tell him no They should use a calendar to remember Why not teach the child to say “Hi”? You should tell your neighbor you will call the animal control Give him/her a toy to play with so he/she won’t grab Have you tried teaching them to say “Please”? Have you tried giving him a chew toy? Why not give her candy to keep her quiet? Maybe he needs to get more exercise You should tell him to put it in his backpack Did you try turning the radio on at night when she cries? Why not break up with him/her? Why not try a sippy cup (cup with a lid)? Why not tell them there’s a big monster that will eat them if they are loud? Have you tried calling and reminding him/her? Have you tried hiding your things? You should tell your parents he is lying Why not tell her to use her own things?

130 Unit 12 A Good Solution? Solution Cues Why not enjoy having a clean house? You should suggest everyone clean up You should go to his/her house sometimes Why not let him sleep?Why not buy him some deoderant and cologne? Why not take some of that pink liquid medicine? You should stop giving him/her money You should use a timer for the bathroom Have you tried using a humidifier (spell and describe) You should cut up his/her credit card Why not tell him you’re broke too? Maybe you should not eat before practice Has he/she tried taking a deep breath and relaxing? Have you asked her why he/she puts things off? Have you tried drinking more water? Maybe they should drink less coffee Did you tell the landlord they are noisy? Why not take an ibuprofen Why not put a lock on your bedroom door? You could smile and wave to her… Have you tried washing your arm off? Maybe you should visit her where smoking’s not allowed Why not pay your siblings to leave you alone? Maybe you should take vitamins during the winter

131 Unit 12 Requests

132 Unit 12 Do-you-mind?

133 Unit 12 (Will you) postpone?...

134 Unit 12 Change-to-a-closer-time, sooner, expedite

135 Unit 12 (Is it) alright?... (Will you) allow?...

136 Unit 12 (Do I have) permission?...

137 Unit 12 (Will you) hold/grab-a-place (for someone)?

138 Unit 12 Directional verbs: Agreement

139 Unit 12 Tell

140 Unit 12 Ask

141 Unit 12 Call (this is an older sign, referring to a TTY call) Videophone (VP) calls are shown as above. Only occasionally is this sign used as a directional verb.

142 Unit 12 Give

143 Unit 12 Inform, let know

144 Unit 12 Summon “call or bring a person to someone else”

145 Unit 12 Participate, join

146 Requests Using Directional Verbs Demonstration Video Clips Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14

147 Types of Responses to Requests

148 Don’t-mind

149 Alright, permit

150 Can, it’s-possible

151 OK

152 (I will) permit (you to)…

153 Fine

154 Sure

155 Reasons for Requests Need help with tasks Need to change date or time of plan Want to ask a favor of a third person Want to join a group Need someone to hold your place

156 Types of Responses 1.Agree, with condition (Yes, but…) 2.Agree, tell shortcomings or problems (Alright, except…) 3.Decline, tell why (Sorry. No, because…) 4.Decline, suggest another solution (I can’t. Maybe…) 5.Hedge (Well…)

157 Making Requests – Situations Situation 1 “Need Help with Tasks” You are busy at work and need some papers copied. Your colleague is on the way down to the copy machine. Ask him/her to make copies for you. Situation 3 “Want to Ask Favor of Third Person” Last month you lent your mp3 player to your friend Maria. Now you need it back. Ask your friend Joe to ask Maria to return the mp3 player. Situation 2A “Need to Change the Date or Time of Plan” You’ve been planning a camping trip with a friend this weekend. Your car broke down and it was expensive and you don’t have the money to go. Ask your friend to postpone the trip one month. Situation 4 “Want to Join a Group” You go to a basketball game and see a group of friends. After chatting with them awhile, ask f you can sit with them. Situation 2B “Need to Change Date or Time of Plan” You plan to go to a movie with a friend for Friday night, but your parents told you that your grandparents are visiting for the weekend. Ask your friend to change the date to earlier in the week. Situation 5 “Need Someone to Hold Your Place” You are in a long checkout line at the store. You just remembered you forgot to get one thing. Ask your friend behind you in line if s/he’ll hold your place.

158 Making Requests Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14 Watch how the signers use directional verbs (agreement) and pronouns. Then fill in the requested information on the handout.

159 Asking To Borrow a Truck Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14 Use the translation of the conversations on your handout to help you understand what happens between the signers.

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