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2 concepts Family Vocab Contrastive structure howmany? Contrast bro and sis # Future children you want Have, want 10 years later Talking about siblings Ranking Age spot Living situation Share bedroom Get along Close Clash Grown move out You-2,we-2 HAVE, LIKE, WANT, NEED No, not, none See how often? Daily – live with Weekly – live near Sometimes – lives med away Rarely – lives far Never – dead Don’t know where Contrastive with question and answer Asking about grand and great grand parents Dead Still living Weak Strong healthy Live alone With family take- care-of Nursing home Lab work Conversations1 Conv. 2 VP family presentation

3 Main Concepts Week 1: family signs; begin life events; begin possessives; begin contrastive structure (Friday) Week 2: contrastive structure; possessive vs personal p.n. Week 3: life events (10 yr later); age spot; Week 4: ranking (listing); plural pronouns Week 5: how get along (relationships) neg responses/ no, not, none,

4 A FEW REMINDERS

5 At this point in the school year it should be habit to toss your gum when you enter the classroom. Thank you for spitting out your gum.

6 NO FOOD OR DRINK IN THIS CLASS THIS INCLUDES WATER BOTTLES WHY? Too many students leave their trash behind for me to pick up. IT SPILLLS IT GETS IN THE WAY FOR SIGNING IT IS DISTRACTING

7 This is a Peanut Free classroom. No one should be eating peanuts in this room at anytime. This includes granola bars with peanuts and a candy with peanuts. It is the peanut dust and oils in the air that can trigger an allergy attack.

8 WEEK 5

9 Wk 5: Papers to have ready Worksheet: Ranking: Teacher’s family/partner’s family Labs NSN 4:1 minidialogues NSN 4:5 ranking Grammar notes: Ranking/Age-spot; Negative statements/Responses Culture notes:

10 Asl 1 Monday March 10, 2014

11 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need a pencil, scratch paper and your ASL binder. THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please 1. Gally Read #6 on next slide. 2. Reminder homework is due tomorrow.

12 The signs # no and not are used to answer a yes / no question. The sign none is used to answer a how many question. Gally Read #6 Please put this title on your paper. Save paper for next time.

13 Agenda Gally Read #6 Ranking Practice w/ teacher Siblings Partner practice Binder Handouts Vocab practice at home L.T. How to use the Listing and Ordering feature of ASL (Ranking)

14 Review Another form of a person pronoun is called______ ________ This feature of ASL uses the concept of ________ ________ Number Incorporation means that a sign is made but the __________ is changed to be a number. What are Rocking Numbers?

15 Review Another form of a person pronoun is called______ ________ This feature of ASL uses the concept of ________ ________ Number Incorporation means that a sign is made but the __________ is changed to be a number. What are Rocking Numbers? Plural Pronoun Number Incorporation Handshape 67,68,69,78,79,89 tip in toward the signer 98,97,96,87,86,76 tip out away from the signer

16 Review Use the sign ______ to answer a Yes/No question. Use the sign ______ to make a negative statement. The sign ______ is the negation of HAVE. Use the sign ______ to answer a How-many question. NMS for a negative statement are ________ and ________.

17 Review Use the sign ______ to answer a Yes/No question. Use the sign ______ to make a negative statement. The sign ______ is the negation of HAVE. Use the sign ______ to answer a How-many question. NMS for a negative statement are ________ and ________. #NO NOT NONE Furrow Brows Shake Head NONE

18 Relationships How do you get along? Relationship Friend Really good-friend Best-friend/ super close Going steady (together a lot) Hang-out Get along Close Like Don’t-like Conflict Argue Verbal-fight (big blow up) Note: if you sign BEST FRIEND followed by GOING STEADY, it simply means that you ‘hang out together a lot’

19 Ranking I found a power point presentation created by a teacher friend of mine, Kathy Underhill. She and I worked together in Puyallup, but now she teaches in Kent and I teach here. We are going to use her lesson to learn and practice the ASL concept of Ranking.

20 Ranking Kathy Underhill

21 Ranking “Ranking” is a listing principle that is often used in ASL. Ranking is used to show lists of various people, places, things, or events. Kathy Underhill

22 Non-Dominant Hand Use your Non-Dominant Hand to display the number of nouns (but held sideways). Dominant hand Dominant hand (1 handshape) is then used to reference the various nouns (persons, places, things, events). Example: Use a ‘3’ hand to list/rank three thingsRanking Kathy Underhill

23 …is used for: Listing activities (usually chronologically)  YESTERDAY ME (rank 3) GO STORE, STUDY FOR TEST, WATCH #TV. Listing items (no particular order)  R-E-C-I-P-E YOU NEED (rank 4) ORANGE, APPLE, BANANA, STRAWBERRY. Siblings (in order of birth)  BROTHER I HAVE 2 (rank 2) M-I-K-E, M-A-R-C Examples:Ranking Kathy Underhill

24 Ranking begins on the following fingers of your non-dominant hand: How many Starting finger Starting finger 2 = index finger 3 = thumb 4 = index finger 5 = thumb 6+ = thumb Use your dominant index finger to begin signing your list starting with the appropriate beginning finger as listed above. Kathy Underhill HINT Always start with your thumb except for the number 2 and 4.

25 Which finger to start? Easy way to remember: Always start with your thumb except for the number 2 and 4.

26 Ranking… Once you refer to a certain person (or thing), you can drop the non-dominant hand and give additional information. Often the signer will sign one- handed while maintaining the list/rank on the non-dominant hand. Kathy Underhill

27 pass out worksheet

28 FirstBornSecondBornThirdBornFourthBorn Name: Fact: Kathy Underhill Teacher’s Family

29 What to do I will sign information to you using my siblings — then… Fill in all the information on your chart. Fill in the information Kathy Underhill

30 FirstBornSecondBornThirdBornFourthBorn Name: Karen Name: Kathy Name: Dee Name: Chris Fact: Married with 4 children (all boys) Fact: Married with 2 children (son & daughter) Fact: Married with 2 children (son & daughter) Fact:Married divorced and married again (2 daughters) Fact: Lives in San Diego. CA Fact: Lives in Kent Commutes to Puyallup Fact: Lives in Canada Fact: Lives in Portland OR Kathy Underhill

31 Using #ALL The fingerspelled loan sign, # ## #ALL is often used with ranking. This sign is used to show that all the children or siblings in a family are h hh hearing, deaf, married, not married, and so on. Watch how it is demonstrated… Kathy Underhill

32 FirstBornSecondBornThirdBornFourthBorn Name: Karen (hearing) Name: Kathy (hearing) Name: Dee (hearing) Name: Chris (hearing) Fact: Married with 4 children (boys) Fact: Married with 2 children (son & daughter) Fact: Married with 2 children (son & daughter) Fact: Married divorced and married again (2 daughters) Fact: Lives in San Diego. CA Fact: Lives in Kent Commutes to Puyallup Fact: Lives in Canada Fact: Lives in Portland OR Kathy Underhill

33 YOUR TURN… Each of you must tell about your siblings to your partner using ranking. Fill in your chart. Name: Fact #1: Age (use the age-spot) Fact #2: If you are an only child, you may rank some cousins instead —(do not include yourself if you use cousins). (Don’t forget to include yourself too.) Kathy Underhill

34 YOUR TURN… What to do. Practice signing to yourself one time. 1.Start with the number of children in your family on your non-dominant hand. 2.List names in birth order. 3.Refer back to each one by pointing to that finger. 4.Tell the age for each one using Age-spot. 5.Tell a 2 nd fact about each one. Kathy Underhill

35 Ranking begins on the following fingers on you non-dominant hand: How many Starting finger Starting finger 2 = index finger 3 = thumb 4 = index finger 5 = thumb 6+ = thumb Use your dominant index finger to begin signing your list starting with the appropriate beginning finger as listed above. Kathy Underhill HINT Always start with your thumb except for the number 2 and 4.

36 YOUR TURN… Partners – Wagon Wheel 1.Start with the number of children in your family on your non-dominant hand. 2.List names in birth order. 3.Refer back to each one by pointing to that finger. 4.Tell the age for each one using Age-spot. 5.Tell a 2 nd fact about each one. Kathy Underhill

37 2 nd partner Look around for someone who has finished. Get their attention in a “Deaf Friendly” way.

38 YOUR TURN… What to do. 1.Start with the number of children in your family on your non-dominant hand. 2.List names in birth order. 3.Refer back to each one by pointing to that finger. 4.Tell the age for each one using Age-spot. 5.Tell a 2 nd fact about each one. Kathy Underhill

39 transition Tuck paper in your binder so that you can practice again later.

40 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order.

41 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order. Ranking one hand drop sideways non-dominant birth chronological

42 Be Awesome!

43 Asl 1 Tuesday March 11, 2014

44 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need ASL Binder for handouts. THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please 1. Homework due today. 2. Vocab Sign Along – video link.

45 Sign Along GmPm0http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHFoFo GmPm0 Time -7:37 Teacher is Mitch Noll from Emerald Ridge HS.

46 Agenda FW: Vocab Sign Along Review –Ranking –Age Spot practice –How get along Practice Ranking –Siblings –Age (with age spot) –How get along

47 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order.

48 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order. Ranking one hand drop sideways non-dominant birth chronological

49 Age Spot – practice Age-spot 1 Age-spot 2 Age-spot 3 Age-spot 4 Age-spot 5 Age-spot 6 Age-spot 7 Age-spot 8 Age-spot 9 Variations Slight shake Hold at child height AGE-9 Hand open as you touch chin Palm OUT when you touch your chin.

50 Age Spot – practice Age-spot 10 Age-spot 11 Age-spot 12 Age-spot 13 Age-spot 14 Age-spot 15 Age-spot 16 Age-spot 17 Age-spot 18 Age-spot 19 Variations Age-10 thumb is already up as you touch chin Double flick of hand as you move away from chin Palm IN when you touch your chin.

51 Age Spot – practice Age-spot 20 Age-spot 21 Age-spot 22 Age-spot 23 Age-spot 24 Age-spot 25 Age-spot 26 Age-spot 27 Age-spot 28 Age-spot 29 Palm OUT when you touch your chin.

52 Siblings – Ranking How to Rank yourself with your siblings Example: My family has children 4 (Hold up four fingers on non dominant hand) First, FSP name, give age Second, FSP name, give age Third, FSP name give, age Fourth, FSP name give, age Now your family – be sure to include yourself. Groups of 4 I expect all of you to display appropriate paying attention manners to your classmates when they are signing. Review

53 Relationships How do you get along?

54 Relationships How do you get along? Relationship Friend Really good-friend Best-friend/ super close Going steady (together a lot) Hang-out Get along Close Like Don’t-like Conflict Argue Verbal-fight (big blow up) Note: if you sign BEST FRIEND followed by GOING STEADY, it simply means that you ‘hang out together a lot’ Review

55 Relationships How do you get along? Relationship Friend Really good-friend Best-friend/ super close Going steady (together a lot) Hang-out Get along Close Like Don’t-like Conflict Argue Verbal-fight (big blow up) Note: if you sign BEST FRIEND followed by GOING STEADY, it simply means that you ‘hang out together a lot’ Review

56 Siblings - Relationship How do you get along with each of your siblings? Using the same ranking list, refer back to each sibling, pick one or two signs that best describe how you two get along. Watch my example. Groups of 4 Your turn. I expect all of you to display appropriate paying attention manners to your classmates when they are signing.

57 Siblings - Living Situation Lives together Lives different house, with …..mom, dad, grandma Bedroom room-mate (shares a room) Bedroom myself alone I expect all of you to display appropriate paying attention manners to your classmates when they are signing.

58 Siblings - Living Situation Partners Using the same ranking list refer back to each sibling; this time to tell about your living situation with each sibling. Do you live together or not? If not then who do they live with? If live together then do you share a room? I expect all of you to display appropriate paying attention manners to your classmates when they are signing. Lives together Lives different house, with mom, dad, grandma Bedroom room-mate (shares a room) Bedroom myself alone

59 Handouts Please place these handout in the GRAMMAR section of your ASL binder. Positive and Negative Statements/Negative Responses (salmon) Grammar Telling Age / Ranking (yellow) Grammar 3 rd and 4 th period

60 Handouts Please place these handout in the GRAMMAR section of your ASL binder. Positive and Negative Statements/Negative Responses (salmon) Grammar Telling Age / Ranking (yellow) Grammar 3 rd and 4 th period

61 The Shepherd Genius Chapter 6

62 Be Awesome!

63 Asl 1 Wednesday March 12, 2014

64 Agenda Sign changes over the years # for fingerspelled loan signs Chapter 6 novel Hand back papers for binders

65 Deaf Culture Minute All languages, including signed languages, change over time. You can see an example of this by comparing the two signs for telephone in Kris’ family portrait. Think about the sign drive: What kind of signs can you think of that might have been used when people rode in a Model T? What about when riding in a carriage? MASL p 143

66 Deaf Culture Minute The old sign for brother is BOY SAME (family) and old sign for sister is GIRL SAME (family) What sign do we use now? The old sign for man is BOY ADULT(tall) What sign do we use now?

67 HASH TAG? I have heard a few of you asking about the #NO and why there is a hash tag. This is the Pound symbol. It is used to show that a sign is a fingerspelled loan sign (lexicalized fingerspelling) At one time the sign #NO was just spelling out N-O

68 HASH TAG? I have heard a few of you asking about the #NO and why there is a hash tag. This is the Pound symbol. It is used to show that a sign is a fingerspelled loan sign (lexicalized fingerspelling) At one time the sign #NO was just spelling out N-O Over time the sign became the way we sign it today. Many books still write it with # to show that it came from fingerspelling.

69 HASH TAG? I have heard a few of you asking about the #NO and why there is a hash tag. This is the Pound symbol. It is used to show that a sign is a fingerspelled loan sign (lexicalized fingerspelling) At one time the sign #NO was just spelling out N-O Over time the sign became the way we sign it today. Many books still write it with # to show that it came from fingerspelling. What other fingerpelled sign have we learned so far? #APT #BUS #DOG

70 The Shepherd Genius Chapter 6 finish up

71 Asl 1 Thursday March 13, 2014

72 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need your paper from Gally Read #6 and a pencil. THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please Gally Read #7 on next slide

73 When ranking siblings, you hold up the number on your non-dominant hand and use your dominant to point to the fingers. Gally Read #7 Please put this title on your paper. Save this paper for next time.

74 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order.

75 Review When you list items or siblings it is called ______. You hold up the number siblings listed on your ___________ hand. The hand is held _________. You may ______ the ranking hand to sign or hold it and sign with ____ _____. Siblings are listed in _____ order. Events are listed in __________ order. Ranking one hand drop sideways non-dominant birth chronological

76 Review Another form of a person pronoun is called______ ________ This feature of ASL uses the concept of ________ ________ Number Incorporation means that a sign is made but the __________ is changed to be a number. What are Rocking Numbers?

77 Review Another form of a person pronoun is called______ ________ This feature of ASL uses the concept of ________ ________ Number Incorporation means that a sign is made but the __________ is changed to be a number. What are Rocking Numbers? Plural Pronoun Number Incorporation Handshape 67,68,69,78,79,89 tip in toward the signer 98,97,96,87,86,76 tip out away from the signer

78 Next Week Test Schedule Tuesday 1 st per 2 nd per 3 rd per 4 th per Thursday 3 rd per 4 th per 5 th per 6 th per Wednesday 5 th per 6 th per 1 st per 2 nd per Classes are 90 min long. Lunch is connected to 3 rd class of the day. Bring snacks! 1 st lunch 10:30, 2 nd lunch 12:00 Yesterday I got Wed and Thurs wrong! Testing Time Take a picture of this or copy down in your planner.

79 Agenda Gally Read Test Schedule Review –Plural Pronouns –Ranking MASL Lesson 9 –Pronouns and Numbers (Plural Pronouns) Minidialogues –NSN 4:5 (Ranking)

80 Master ASL Unit 4 Lesson Nine

81 Pronouns & Number; Eyes on ASL#10:Pronoun Agreement Outcomes: Can incorporate pronouns into communication; Understands the concept of pronoun and number agreement; Modifies pronoun use according to the context. MASL pp

82 Lesson Nine Pronouns & Number; Eyes on ASL#10:Pronoun Agreement Outcomes: Can incorporate pronouns into communication; Understands the concept of pronoun and number agreement; Modifies pronoun use according to the context. MASL pp

83 Pronouns II In Units 1 and 3 you learned signs for pronouns and possessive pronouns. In this sections, you will learn that ASL has a group of pronouns that incorporate number as well. Compare the ASL and English versions of the dialogue below, paying attention to the way ASL identifies an exact number of individuals while English does not. p 152

84 Pronouns II Dialogue Translation Kris: What did you do over the weekend? Sean: On Friday some friends and I went out. What did you do? Kris: We visited my grandparents. Sean: Oh, how are they? p 152

85 1.Dialogue 1. Practice signing the dialogue with a partner. Add a greeting, farewell, and at least two new details. 2.Dialogue 2. What pronoun signs do you see in this dialogue? What do they mean? Create a new dialogue with a partner using these pronouns. P 152 Classroom ExerciseS

86 ASL Up Close Pronouns and Number Use the ASL pronoun that shows the particular number of people being talked about whenever possible. When the exact number is unknown, use the general pronouns, we, us or they. Otherwise use the following pronouns that refer to a specific number of people. MASL p 153

87 ASL Up Close Pronouns and Number We-2, we-3, we-4, You-2, you-3, you-4, They-2, they-3, they-4, MASL p 153

88 ASL Up Close Pronouns and Number We-2, we-3, we-4, (up to 8) You-2, you-3, you-4, (up to 8) They-2, they-3, they-4, (up to 8) MASL p 153

89 1.Pronoun drill. What is the correct pronoun sign? 1.Those four 2.You and me 3.You three 4.You and her 5.These five 6.The six of them 7.You, me, and him 8.She and I 9.The five of you 10.Those two 11.Us five 12.Two of them 13.Us two 14.You two 15.Those two p 153 Classroom ExerciseT

90 3.Who? Create a sentence using the information provided. Use the Signer” position to select the pronoun that best fits the situation. An example is provided. Open your MASL book to p. 154 for this activity. Classroom ExerciseT p 154

91 Homework Exercise 6 A.You’ve been invited to join a group of friends, each of whom is doing something different on the weekend. Explain what each group is doing and which group you want to join. Use at least three ASL pronouns and sign a minimum of 5 sentences. B.Write your sentences for Assignment A in ASLgloss. P 154

92 Homework Exercise 6 A.You’ve been invited to join a group of friends, each of whom is doing something different on the weekend. Explain what each group is doing and which group you want to join. Use at least three ASL pronouns and sign a minimum of 5 sentences. B.Write your sentences for Assignment A in ASLgloss. P 154

93 1. Conversation. Fill in the blanks with an ASL pronoun that completes the sentence. Open your MASL book to p. 155 for this activity. P 155 Classroom ExerciseT U

94 2. Non-manual signals. Below are several important non-manual signals. Practice each, paying special attention to the nose, eyebrows, mouth, and lips. Have you noticed your teacher using these NMS? Open your MASL book to p. 155 for this activity. P 155 Classroom ExerciseT U

95 Eyes on ASL #10 MASL DVD When using ASL pronouns, the pronoun sign must match the number of individuals talked about. If you don’t know how many subjects there are, then use the generic we, you (plural), and they signs. MASL p 153

96 Transition

97 Words we need for today Same Different Have Close Only 1 Only me Oldest Last Oh-i-see Interesting You-two We-two None Correct Not So-so Good Twins How-old 6th

98 Words we need for today Same Different Have Close Only 1 Only me Oldest Last Oh-i-see Interesting You-two We-two None Correct Not So-so Good Twins How-old 6th

99 NSN 4:5 - teacher note 1.Vocab review 2.View conversation 3.View explanations 4.Stop at minidialoges 5.Read/review ranking instructions 6.Watch minidialgues (3 times each) 7.Immediate self check after each dialogue

100 NSN 4.5 Ranking To indicate Ranking among siblings, do the following: 1.First, use contrastive structure to tell the number of brothers and sisters 2.Then use fingers on your non-dominant hand to represent each sibling in their birth order. 3.Point to the finger that represents you to give your ranking.

101 NSN 4.5 Ranking review Watch the demo conversation and explaination on the video 4.5

102 NSN 4.5 Only Child If you are an only child, ranking is not needed. Use the sign ‘only me’

103 NSN 4.5 One Sibling If there is only one sibling You may use Ranking OR You may indicate that you have 1 brother or sister. Then tell who is the oldest. Use the sign ‘oldest’

104 NSN 4.5 Two Siblings When there are two siblings (three all together), You and your siblings are represented with a ‘3’ signed with your non-dominant hand. Point to a finger (or thumb) to indicate your ranking.

105 NSN 4.5 Three Siblings When there are three siblings (4 all together), You and your three siblings are represented with a ‘4’ sign on the non- dominant hand. Again, point to the finger to indicate your ranking.

106 NSN 4.5 Four Siblings When there are four siblings (5 all together), You and your four siblings are represented with a ‘5’ sign on your non-dominant hand. Again, you point to the finger (or thumb) that represents your rank.

107 NSN 4.5 Five Siblings When there are six children all together and you are one of the oldest five, Use the ‘5’ sign on you non-dominant hand and point to a finger (or thumb) to tell your rank. If you are the sixth child, Tell that you are the ‘last’ one and use the ordinal number ‘6 th ’ to indicate your rank. Note: the ‘6 th ’ sign is often placed at the location of a 6 th imaginary finger.

108 Words we need for today Same Different Have Close Only 1 Only me Oldest Last Oh-i-see Interesting You-two We-two None Correct Not So-so Good Twins How-old 6th

109 A few more… Glasses Fishing Play games Animals Cat Boyfriend green

110 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogues Watch the signers talk about ranking among siblings. Observe the use of the non-dominant hand to represent the number of siblings and to indicate ranking.

111 MY ADVICE Watch the conversation completely through the first time. Then write things down on the 2 nd and 3 rd viewing.

112 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 1 1.How many brothers and sisters does Tyrone have? 2.What are their ages? 3.Explain their relationship.

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114 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 1 1.How many brothers and sisters does Tyrone have? 2.What are their ages? 3.Explain their relationship.

115 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 2 1.How many brothers and sisters does Michelle have? 2.Summarize the information given about each sibling (including Michelle’s information) 3.Describe the two brothers’ signing skills.

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117 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 2 1.How many brothers and sisters does Michelle have? 2.Summarize the information given about each sibling (including Michelle’s information) 3.Describe the two brothers’ signing skills.

118 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 3 1.What is Priscilla’s rank in the family? 2.What are the ages of the siblings? 3.Which siblings are twins? 4.Describe how the twins are similar/different.

119 NSN 4.5 Ranking Minidialogue 3 1.What is Priscilla’s rank in the family? 2.What are the ages of the siblings? 3.Which siblings are twins? 4.Describe how the twins are similar/different.

120 transition Stamp paper Place in binder

121 Be Awesome!

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123 Asl 1 Friday March 14, 2014

124 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need ….nothing I can think of THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please 1.Sign Along Vocab

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126 Agenda Schedule for next week Sign Along warm up MASL Lesson 5 –Shoulder Shift (Contrastive Structure) –Listing and Ordering Technique (Ranking) NSN Negative Responses –Practice –View DVD NSN Narrative –My Family (Iva)

127 Review Use the sign ______ to answer a Yes/No question. Use the sign ______ to make a negative statement. The sign ______ is the negation of HAVE. Use the sign ______ to answer a How-many question. NMS for a negative statement are ________ and ________.

128 Review Use the sign ______ to answer a Yes/No question. Use the sign ______ to make a negative statement. The sign ______ is the negation of HAVE. Use the sign ______ to answer a How-many question. NMS for a negative statement are ________ and ________. #NO NOT NONE Furrow Brows Shake Head NONE

129 Vocabulary To argue To date To fall in love To flirt To get along Love Relationship Together, be together MASL p 149 Relationships

130 Next Week Test Schedule Tuesday 1 st per 2 nd per 3 rd per 4 th per Thursday 3 rd per 4 th per 5 th per 6 th per Wednesday 5 th per 6 th per 1 st per 2 nd per Classes are 90 min long. Lunch is connected to 3 rd class of the day. Bring snacks! 1 st lunch 10:30, 2 nd lunch 12:00 Yesterday I got Wed and Thurs wrong! Testing Time Take a picture of this or copy down in your planner.

131 Master ASL Unit 4 Lesson Five

132 Listing & Ordering Technique; Life Events; My Family Narrative Outcomes: Can communicate multiple details about one or more individuals or events using the Listing & Ordering Technique; Discusses major life events and corresponding ages when those events occur; Comprehends the content of the My Family narrative. MASL pp

133 ASL Up Close Using Shoulder-Shifting Shoulder-Shifting is a feature unique to American Sign Language. Related to the concept of deixis in which the index finger points to a person or object which may or may not be visible, shoulders-shifting is a way to distinguish several pieces of information in a signed sentence by slightly moving your head and shoulders in a different direction for each detail. MASL p 131 REVIEW

134 ASL Up Close Shoulder-Shifting is used for: Contrasting: Multiple topics or pieces of information in the same sentences; Comparing: What more than one person says or does; Separating: More than one idea or concept in the same sentence. MASL p 131 See pictures on pg. 131 REVIEW

135 Age and Shoulder-Shift. Use contrastive structure to state each set of ages. (See picture bottom of Pg. 138.) Right side HE AGE~7…..left side HE AGE~3 They are seven and three years old. p 138 Classroom ExerciseJ REVIEW

136 1.6… …12 3.7…9 4.14… … …20 7.8… …25 9.1… …13 p 138 Right side HE AGE~7…..left side HE AGE~3 Classroom ExerciseJ Age and Shoulder-Shift. Use contrastive structure to state each set of ages. REVIEW

137 1.3…6…9 2.13…14… …26… …15… …57…77 6.4…8… …5…8 8.33…15…3 9.17…10… …50…18 p 138 Classroom ExerciseJ Age and Shoulder-Shift. Use contrastive structure to state each set of ages. REVIEW

138 ASL Up Close The Listing & Order Technique DVD Making a visual list of information such as names or ages is called the Listing and Ordering Technique. (Ranking) This technique is used most often when providing several details about one or more person or thing. The non-dominate hand forms a list with each new bit of information signed by the dominate hand. (See pictures top of pg. 138) Example 1 Marc is the first, I’m the second, and Lila is the third Example 2 He (Marc) is 15, I’m 35, and she (Lila) is 18. MASL p 138

139 ASL Up Close The Listing & Order Technique DVD Making a visual list of information such as names or ages is called the Listing and Ordering Technique. (Ranking) This technique is used most often when providing several details about one or more person or thing. The non-dominate hand forms a list with each new bit of information signed by the dominate hand. (See pictures top of pg. 138) Example 1 Marc is the first, I’m the second, and Lila is the third Example 2 He (Marc) is 35, I’m 18, and she (Lila) is 15. MASL p 138

140 1.3…6…9 2.13…14… …26… …15… …57…77 6.4…8…12… …5…8 8.33…15…3…4 9.17…10…12…18… …50…18…8…6 p 138 Classroom ExerciseJ Listing and Ordering Technique. Use the Listing and Ordering (Ranking) to state each set of ages.

141 1.9…6…3 2.15…14… …26… …15… …57… …12…8…4 7.20…8…5 8.33…15…4…3 9.22…18…17…12… …45…18…8…6 p 138 Classroom ExerciseJ Listing and Ordering Technique. Use the Listing and Ordering (Ranking) to state each set of ages.

142 1.25 years old 2.10 years old, 3.5 years old, 1.Bryan, 2.Leslie, 3.Jason, 4.Lisa, 5.Jeff 1.I'm going to: New York, 2.Washington D.C., 3.Boston 1.John is first, 2.Lara is second, 3.And Rick is last. 1.Hannah is 23 2.Megan is 17, 3.And I’m ____, p 138 Making lists. Use the Listing and Ordering Technique (Ranking) with each group of information. Classroom ExerciseJ

143 What’s the difference? Ranking (Listing and Ordering technique) and Contrastive Structure (Shoulder Shifting) are very different grammatical structures in ASL. What is Ranking? What is Contrastive Structure? What is the difference? Which is recently learned? Which have we been doing for a while? Which do you feel more comfortable with?

144 Context. Open your MASL book to page 139. Use your imagination to create a second sentence that follows the first. Sign both sentences when done. (See pictures 1-3) p 139 Classroom ExerciseK

145 Homework Exercise 3 A.What are the names and ages of your family members? Use contrastive structure and the Listing and Ordering Technique to sign about your family. Prepare to share information with your classmates in ASL. B.You are planning to go out with friends sometime on the weekend. Use contrastive structure and the Listing and Ordering Technique to explain a minimum of five things you would like to do. Prepare to share your plans with your classmates in ASL. C.use ASL gloss to write down the ASL sentences you practice for Assignments A or B P 139

146 1.Visit grandparents 2.Be nice 3.Practice signing 4.Help old people 5.Be mean 6.Drive tired 7.Be absent 8.Marry young 9.Like their family 10.Have a cat or dog p 142 People should… What should or shouldn’t people do? Classroom ExerciseL

147 Vocabulary But College To get (something) To graduate High school License To pass down, descendants Should to vote NOTE The differences between need and should is the NMS. Raise your eyebrows with should. MASL p 142 Life Events

148 Narrative: My Family DVD My Family. Watch Kris sign in full motion on your student DVD. (See pictures on Pg. 143) P 39

149 Comprehension. Respond to the following questions based on the narrative My Family. –What does Kris mean when she uses this sign? (See Picture middle of Pg. 143) –Are Kris’ great-grandparents still alive? –What old sign does Kris like? What does it mean? –What two questions does Kris ask? p 143 Classroom ExerciseM

150 Homework Exercise 4 A.Practice signing Kris’ family portrait in ASL, focus on facial expressions, pauses, and a smooth delivery. Prepare to sign My Family to your classmates. B.Write an accurate translation of My Family in English. What differences do you see between the ASL and English versions? C.Write Kris’ family portrait in ASL gloss. P 143

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152 I Want to Know… How do I fix mistakes? Mistakes are guaranteed to happen, whether you are fluent in a language or not. Knowing how to correct mistakes is an important part of using language well. ASL has several ways to help correct mistakes: the most common corrections are oops and wave-no. When you make a mistake, use either sign and continue signing. You don’t need to over-emphasize the signs or exaggerate facial expressions. MASL p 150

153 I Want to Know… How do I fix mistakes? The sign um shows one is thinking of what to say or trying to remember something. It is also a visual cue to inform those watching the conversation that the signer isn’t done. Wave-no has several uses in ASL: it draws attention to a mistake and also serves as a ‘stronger’ no than the sign no. use wave-no to correct information (“No, I’m not from California.”), to refuse something (“No, I don’t want that.”) or to signal an objection (“No you’re wrong.”) MASL p 150

154 Negative Responses 4.2

155 NSN 4.2 Forming Negative Responses When asked a yes-no question that requires a negative response. Begin with this sign, then give a negative statement. NO Depending on the type of question, use one of the following signs to make your negative statement. To respond to questions like “Are you married?,” or “Do you like ice cream?,” use the sign below to state that something is not true or not correct. For example, “I’m not married.” or “I don’t like ice cream.” NOT Note: if you are absent then you will need to come in and make this up in the Lab. REVIEW

156 NSN 4.2 Forming Negative Responses To respond to questions like “Do you have sisters?,” or “Is there any more ice cream left?,” use the sign below to state “I don’t have any sisters.” or “There is no ice cream left.” NONE Note: if you are absent then you will need to come in and make this up in the Lab. REVIEW

157 NSN 4.2 Forming Negative Responses Ways to Respond You can respond negatively to a yes-no question by: Making a negative statement Correcting the information Or doing both of the above. Note: if you are absent then you will need to come in and make this up in the Lab.

158 Ways to Respond YOU PREGNANT YOU? #NO, I NOT PREGNANT I. #NO, MY SISTER, SHE PREGNANT SHE. #NO, I NOT PREGNANT I, MY SISTER, SHE PREGNANT SHE. YES/NO Question Raise Eyebrows Head tilt Hold last sign with eye-contact Negative statement TopicComment – positive statement Comment-positive statement Topic Furrow brows Head shake Furrow brows Head shake Raise brows Eye-contact Raise brows Eye-contact

159 Ways to Respond YOUR MOTHER/FATHER HAVE FAMILY MOVIE? #NO, MOTHER FATHER NONE FAMILY MOVIE. #NO, NONE, MOTHER/FATHER HAVE PICTURE BOOK #NO MOTHER/FATHER NONE FAMILY MOVIE, HAVE PICTURE BOOK YES/NO Question Raise Eyebrows Head tilt Hold last sign with eye-contact Negative statement Topic Comment – positive statement Comment-positive statementTopic Furrow brows Head shake Furrow brows Head shake Raise brows Eye-contact Furrow brows Head shake

160 NSN 4.2 Forming Negative Responses Ways to Respond As practiced in class, you can respond negatively to a yes-no question by: Making a negative statement Correcting the information Or doing both of the above. View. Melinda demonstrates all three ways to respond to Ben’s two questions. 1:30

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162 Asl 1 Thursday March 13, 2014

163 NSN 4.5 My Family “My Family” by Iva Iva signs a narrative about getting pregnant with her first child and feeling pretty certain the baby will be Deaf because of the generations of family members being deaf on her side. When she gave birth to a daughter, she was surprised the baby was hearing. She then realized it was her husband. This story is based on the life of Mary Hill Telfors. Iva assumes her character and tells the story in the first person.

164 Vocabulary To annoy, bother To be annoyed To be arrogant To be friendly To be funny To laugh To be mean To be mischievous To be shy To be sweet MASL p157 Personal Qualities

165 Dive-inDeaf World Dive-in and Deaf World Dive-in Dive-in describes someone who becomes completely involved with an activity or group. It often refers to hearing individuals who learn ASL and socialize with the Deaf community. Deaf World Deaf World refers to the Deaf community’s clubs, sporting competitions, and social events where Deaf people form the majority and ASL is the language everybody knows, uses, and cherishes. EXPRESSION CORNER

166 Be Awesome!

167 HSPE test week no school Friday WEEK 6

168 Asl 1 Monday March 17, 2014

169 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need a pencil, ½ sheet of paper (for later) and your Gally Read paper with #6 and 7. THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please 1.Gally Read #8 on next slide. 2.Today we will turn in Gally Read 6,7,8.

170 Plural pronouns and age spot both use number incorporation. Gally Read 8 Please put this title on your paper.

171 Agenda Gally Read #8 Turn in Gally read 6,7,&8 “I want to know…?” Personality traits Making Comparisons Ranking vs Contrastive Structure VP info

172 Review What is ranking? What order to you list siblings when ranking? Do you include parents? What is contrastive structure? What is the difference? Where do you place the two referents (people) you are comparing? Do you rename them each time you refer back to them?

173 Review What is ranking? What order to you list siblings when ranking? Do you include parents? What is contrastive structure? What is the difference? Where do you place the two referents (people) you are comparing? Do you rename them each time you refer back to them? Listing on your non-dominate hand. List them in birth order. No Placing referents and using shoulder shifting back and forth. Contrastive structure is a lateral placing of referents in the space around the signer. Ranking is a vertical placing of referents on your non dominant hand. On your left and right side. No, do not rename them, just name them the one time at the beginning.

174 I Want to Know… How do I fix mistakes? Mistakes are guaranteed to happen, whether you are fluent in a language or not. Knowing how to correct mistakes is an important part of using language well. ASL has several ways to help correct mistakes: the most common corrections are oops and wave-no. When you make a mistake, use either sign and continue signing. You don’t need to over-emphasize the signs or exaggerate facial expressions. MASL p 150

175 I Want to Know… How do I fix mistakes? The sign um shows one is thinking of what to say or trying to remember something. It is also a visual cue to inform those watching the conversation that the signer isn’t done. Wave-no has several uses in ASL: it draws attention to a mistake and also serves as a ‘stronger’ no than the sign no. use wave-no to correct information (“No, I’m not from California.”), to refuse something (“No, I don’t want that.”) or to signal an objection (“No, you’re wrong.”) MASL p 150

176 Master ASL Unit 4 Lesson Ten

177 Describing Physical & Personal Qualities; Friends Narrative Outcomes: Communicates about the physical and personal characteristics of friends and other individuals; Integrates facial expressions with specific qualities; Comprehends the material in the Friends narrative. MASL pp

178 Vocabulary To be cute To be pretty To smile To be ugly Tall Short Blonde Brunette p156 Physical Qualities

179 1.Dialogue 1. Practice signing the dialogue with a partner. Expand the dialogue by adding material before and after the sentences above. 2.Dialgoue 2. Create a dialogue with a partner in which you both explain several characteristics of one or more friends. P 156 Classroom ExerciseV

180 Vocabulary To annoy, bother To be annoyed To be arrogant To be friendly To be funny To laugh To be mean To be mischievous To be shy To be sweet p157 Personal Qualities

181 Vocabulary To annoy, bother To be annoyed To be arrogant To be friendly To be funny To laugh To be mean To be mischievous To be shy To be sweet p157 Personal Qualities

182 Vocabulary Like Don’t-like To go out People Easy-going Yes #no Sort-of Sometimes Older signs we know

183 1.What are you like? Ask a partner which qualities apply to him/her. When done switch roles and repeat the exercise. An example is provided. Are you shy? YOU SHY YOU? 1.Like to smile 2.Mean 3.Shy 4.Cute 5.Easy-going 6.Like to go out 7.Arrogant 8.Friendly 9.Pretty 10.Mischievous 11.Like to annoy people 12.Funny p 157 Classroom ExerciseW

184 2.Dialogue 3. Work with a partner to develop a dialogue between two signers that features at least five vocabulary words from the list below (Personal Qualities). Prepare to sig your dialogue in front of your classmates. Use correct ASL grammar, facial expressions, and remember that the dialogue must make sense. P 157 Classroom ExerciseW

185 Vocabulary To be cute To be pretty To smile To be ugly Tall Short Blonde Brunette p156 Physical Qualities

186 Vocabulary To annoy, bother To be annoyed To be arrogant To be friendly To be funny To laugh To be mean To be mischievous To be shy To be sweet p157 Personal Qualities

187 Making Comparisons Contrastive Structure ½ sheet of paper Pick any 2 people from your family.

188 Making Comparisons – Contrastive Structure NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far

189 Making Comparisons Contrastive Structure ½ sheet of paper Pick any 2 people from your family. Practice signing the info on your chart. Be sure to sign it with Contrastive Structure (NOT LISTING)

190 Making Comparisons – Contrastive Structure NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far Practice signing the info on your chart.

191 Making Comparisons Contrastive Structure partners Sign the info on your chart to your partner. Be sure to sign it with Contrastive Structure (NOT LISTING)

192 Making Comparisons – Contrastive Structure NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far NAME BASIC PHYSICAL Tall/short, brown/blonde hair, BASIC PERSONALITY Pick from today’s list LIKES….. Can be any sign we have learned so far DOESN’T LIKE….. Can be any sign we have learned so far Sign the info on your chart to your partner.

193 What’s the difference? Ranking (Listing and Ordering technique) and Contrastive Structure (Shoulder Shifting) are very different grammatical structures in ASL. What is Ranking? What is Contrastive Structure? What is the difference? Which is recently learned? Which have we been doing for a while? Which do you feel more comfortable with?

194 Review Use Ranking to: list all your siblings, to give names and ages. (Do not include parents.) Use Contrastive Structure to: compare any two people in your family. to give simple comparisons on physical descriptions, simple comparisons on basic personality, to tell about their likes and dislikes. (This can be parents, siblings, grandparents, etc.) Watch out! Be sure to shoulder shift back and forth when using C.S. DO NOT list all on one side then list all on the other side!

195 Dive-inDeaf World Dive-in and Deaf World Dive-in Dive-in describes someone who becomes completely involved with an activity or group. It often refers to hearing individuals who learn ASL and socialize with the Deaf community. Deaf World Deaf World refers to the Deaf community’s clubs, sporting competitions, and social events where Deaf people form the majority and ASL is the language everybody knows, uses, and cherishes. EXPRESSION CORNER

196 Family Presentation Handout When: next week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

197 So I’m confused? On your Project: You may use Ranking to show birth order and give simple information. (name, age) Then pick 2 from your list to make comparisons using Contrastive Structure You may use this for basic physical, basic personality, likes and dislikes.

198 Next Week Test Schedule Tuesday 1 st per 2 nd per 3 rd per 4 th per Thursday 3 rd per 4 th per 5 th per 6 th per Wednesday 5 th per 6 th per 1 st per 2 nd per Classes are 90 min long. Lunch is connected to 3 rd class of the day. Bring snacks! 1 st lunch 10:30, 2 nd lunch 12:00 Testing Time

199 Be Awesome!

200 Asl 1 Tuesday March 18, 2014 (Wed for 5 th per)

201 FIRST WORK 1.Backpacks completely under tables. (trip hazard) 2.Today you will need ½ sheet of paper and a pencil. THANK YOU FOR TOSSING OUT YOUR GUM Voice Off Please 1.Vocab warm up on white board. 2.Fingerspell all the words.

202 VP work day Example Visual Aids Example presentations

203 VP work day Remind parent signature Sign up sheet Sign up for A day or B day

204 Asl 1 Wednesday March 19, 2014 (5 th per Tuesday plans)

205 Asl 1 Thursday March 20, 2014

206 VP work day Example Visual Aids Example presentations

207 VP work day Remind parent signature Sign up sheet Sign up for A day or B day

208 Asl 1 Friday March 21, 2015 NO SCHOOL


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