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1 Welcome! The Topics For Today Are…

2 Your Topic Fingerspelling/ Introductions NumbersDescriptionsHistory, Culture, Rules Misc Bonus Question: 5000 pts

3 Fingerspelling: 200 Question: What are the ways to sign double letters? Answer Sliding, bouncing, and double without bounce

4 Fingerspelling: 400 Question: What are the different types of letters? Answer Fist letters, down letters, moving letters, up letters

5 Fingerspelling: 600 Question: Sign “hello, my name is _(insert name)” “It’s nice to meet you” Answer

6 Fingerspelling: 800 Question: The name that people in the deaf community use to identify themselves. Answer What is a sign name?

7 Fingerspelling: 1000 Question: O, I, M, E, N, S, T, A are all examples of this type of letter Answer Fist letters

8 Numbers: 200 Question: How does palm orientation effect numbers? Answer Numbers 1-5 palm is in, 6-9 palm is out

9 Numbers: 400 Question: What are the different ways you can sign a number? Answer Stamping, Falling forward, sliding, rocking

10 Numbers: 600 Question: What numbers rock up? Answer 67,68,69,78,79,89

11 Numbers: 800 Question: How are numbers used in conjunction with other signs? Answer Rule of 9

12 Descriptions: 200 Question: A BCL stands for this Answer Body Classifier

13 Descriptions: 400 Question: How do you sign COLORS and sign RED, BLUE, YELLOW, PURPLE, PINK, GREEN, ORANGE Answer

14 Descriptions: 600 Question: Please describe this person Using the proper format Use a BCL and 2 physical desc. – (with Color) Answer IX “man” MAN BCL: “holding hands” SUN GLASSES, TAN JACKET, BOTH (or BLACK SHIRT, WATCH, MUSTACHE

15 Descriptions: 800 Question: How do you gloss the following statement? Who is the man standing wearing a red hat and brown shoes? Answer SEE MAN STANDING RED HAT, BROWN SHOES BOTH?

16 Descriptions: 1000 Question: ICL stands for what and give me an example of an ICL Answer Instrument Classifier

17 History: 200 Question: What is American Sign Language? Answer A language capable of conveying abstract ideas and concepts

18 History: 400 Question: What country did ASL originate from? Answer France

19 History: 600 Question: The term that is used for the action of showing you are following the conversation. Answer: Active listening/feedback

20 History: 800 Question: Name 4 influential deaf individuals and what they are best known for. Answer

21 History: 1000 Question: Who signs Gallaudet University’s charter? Answer The president

22 Misc: 200 Question: HELP and RED are examples of glossing this Answer Signed word

23 Misc 5: 400 Question: # stands for what? Answer Lexicalization

24 Misc 5: 600 Question: ASL is primarily used in which 2 countries? Answer America and Canada

25 Misc: 800 Question: If I am behind a deaf person how should I appropriately get their attention? Answer Tap them on the shoulder

26 Topic 5: 1000 Question: What is an intermediary? Answer An intermediary is the person you get the attention of in order to tap the person that you want their attention.

27 Bonus Question: 5000 pts. Question: What is the NAD and why are they important to Deaf people? Answer … The NAD is the National Association of the Deaf. They raise concerns to a national level and feel that deaf people have the right to use ASL

28 The Winner Of The Last Round Write Down How Much Money You Are Willing To Risk If You get the Question write you win that money If you get it wrong you Loss the money!

29 The Winner Of The Last Round Write Down How Much Money You Are Willing To Risk If You get the Question write you win that money If you get it wrong you Loss the money!


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