Presentation on theme: "Unit Two American Sign Language Level I. Unit Two Goals: You will: Learn how to give personal information through ASL You will : learn numbers 1-20 You."— Presentation transcript:
Unit Two Goals: You will: Learn how to give personal information through ASL You will : learn numbers 1-20 You will: Understand the meaning of hand domination Learn how to use glossing Learn vocabulary words related to: School Subjects Personal Pronouns Asking for repetition And more!
First Things First: What do you remember from Unit One? (Show me in ASL) Lets Review!
**Remember: We review this all together** Let’s go back and review your unit one vocabulary words before moving on.
Review This: ● HI/HELLO ● WHAT’S UP ● YOU NAME WHAT? ● ME NAME (f-s) ● NICE MEET YOU. ● YOU TOO.
Asking for Repetition: AGAIN PLEASE SORRY NOT UNDERSTAND REPEAT SLOW DON’T KNOW FORGET HELP
WH- Questions ● WH- Questions – Eye Brows Furrowed (DOWN) ● Lean head Forward, Tilting Head. ● Hold last sign in sentence. ● Lets Sign together the WH questions
Yes and No Questions ● Yes/No Questions - Raise eyebrows ● lean head forward ● hold last sign in sentence UP!!
Activity: Conversations A: DEAF YOU? B: NO, ME NOT DEAF. YOU? A: NO, ME HEARING B: TEACHER YOU? A: NO, ME STUDENT. YOU? B: YES, ME TEACHER. A: TEACH WHAT? B: I TEACH ASL A: ME LEARN ASL
Next topic for Unit 2: Personal Information What is personal information? What kind of personal information should you provide to someone?
Ex: about me: My name is Mrs. Warnock I am a teacher at Briar Woods High School. I am from L.I., NY. I am Hearing. I am married. My Favorite color is Pink/Purple. I have 2 kitties, Daisy and Sweet Pea.
Personal Information What kind of personal information should you provide to someone? Name Deaf,Hearing or HoH Teacher & School Why you learning ASL
MORE Words ● Favorite/hobbies ● Teacher ● Pets ● Friend ● Birthday ● Music ● Siblings ● ASL Level ● Relationship status ● Phone number ● Sports ● Animal ● School ● What you do-do?
Brainstormed Words ● Food ● Feelings/Moods ● Snacks ● What is your favorite.... ● What do you like? ● Where do you go? ● Work?
Vocabulary, Activities and Key Phrases for Unit 2
Vocabulary Terms from UNIT 2: DEAF HEARING MAN WOMAN REMEMBER CHAIR BOY GIRL TEACHER STUDENT LEARN FORGOT SIT SCHOOL ELEMENTARY HIGH SCHOOL NOT KNOW COLLEGE/UNIVERSI TY
School Subjects Vocabulary ENGLISH FRENCH MATH SCIENCE HISTORY CHEMISTRY SPANISH ASL (#1! GO, GO!) LATIN PE (Physical Education) BIOLOGY CLUBS CHINESE GERMAN MUSIC ART THEATER
People Who Work in School TEACHER PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL SECRETARY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR TEACHER ASSISTANT (TA) NURSE LIBRARIAN COP
Practice Sentences ● Who is your principal? ● What is your favorite class? ● I went to Briar Woods High School (BWHS). ● I don’t like math. ● Biology class is bored. ● Please sit down.
Practice Sentences ● Where do you want to go for college? ● I want to learn ASL. ● I love my teacher. ● Are you a student? ● Are you Deaf or hearing? ● Can you remember? ● I don’t know who you are.
Practice Sentences ● Do you like History? ● Art is my favorite. ● My teacher is a cop. ● I went to see a guidance counselor. ● I want to go to the theater! ● ASL is better than Spanish. ● The man is Deaf.
ASL TIPS: NOTICE THIS? Notice the sentence “ME TEACHER, YOU STUDENT.” You probably wondered what is that? That is called a gloss. It is how you translate the English sentences in ASL. You will learn how to gloss the sentences in ASL gloss for you to sign later in the lesson. Example: English: I am not Deaf. I am hearing. ASL: ME NOT DEAF. ME HEARING.
For this activity, I want you to create your own conversation with your partner by using what words you learn so far. Write in English sentences, then try to gloss it for translation in ASL, then sign it with your partner.
A: Hi, What is your name? B:My name is _______ A: Are You Deaf, Hearing, HH? B: Im _______ A: What school do you go to? B:BWHS A:…Ect Ect Ect
A: What is your fav class? B:My fav class is ASL!! A: You like Science? B: No. Im bad at Science. I don’t understand it. A: Oh I SEE B:Who is your English Teacher? A:…
FINISH UP THE CONVERSATION! ● Hi, My name is Goofy. My favorite color is purple and I like to be funny. My favorite activity is dating……. ● Now, work in groups of 4.. Extend the conversation by using the vocabulary words you learn so far. Make up a funny one.
Fun Activity: TELEPHONE Game! One person will sign a word, and the student will turn to other student and sign exactly the same thing he/she was told, and so on. The last student in the back will come up to the host and sign to him/her.
Culture/Language Notes ● One-handed signs: they use only ONE dominant hand. ● Example: WHERE GO BATHROOM? ● Two-handed symmetrical signs: they use both dominant and nondominant (both) hands to form a sign. ● Example: WHAT, LIVE, AMERICA
● Two-hand non-symmetrical signs: the dominant hand MOVES while the non- dominant hand stays. ● Example: NAME, NEAR, COFFEE
Now, answer these questions ● What is a gloss? ● What is the difference between one-hand signs, two-handed symmetrical signs and two-handed non-symmetrical signs? ● When you sign numbers 1-5, which palm position do you need to use? ● What else did you learn in this lesson?
We have completed Unit Two! YAY! Congratulations! You ROCK!