Presentation on theme: "Written Doorbuster (10 min.) --- shhh!!!: Complete your TIME, OBJECT, SUBJECT, VERB lists from yesterday (you may work on other things once finished)."— Presentation transcript:
Written Doorbuster (10 min.) --- shhh!!!: Complete your TIME, OBJECT, SUBJECT, VERB lists from yesterday (you may work on other things once finished). Remember: at least 20 signs each under OBJECT and VERB (40 total), and as many as you can under TIME (2?) and SUBJECT. Today: 1. Written Doorbuster 2. Vocabulary activity- test review 3. Ticket Out
Preparation (10 min.) 1.Select 5 Unit A signs you want to “re-teach” to the class. 2. Write them on the paper displayed on the screen- once someone takes a sign, your team cannot select it (choose 5 different signs). 3. Sign up for team presentation order (on board)- by a team name 4. Look up any signs you need- or ask Dr. Weast Presentations (20 min.) 5. Present to the class! All team members will sign the 5 signs together- and the class copies the signs
Example: What is the handshape for the sign HELLO? Write the Answer as-- HELLO: handshape- B Write the Answer as-- HELLO: handshape- B 1.What is the movement for the sign VISIT? 2. What is the handshape for the sign DORM? 3. What is the palm orientation for the sign TIGER? 4. What is the handshape for the sign FLOWER? 5. What is the location for the sign MAD? 6. What is the NMS for the sign NOT-YET? 7. What is the movement for the sign NAME? 8. What is the palm orientation for the sign FATHER? 9. What is the location for the sign MOTHER? 10. What is the handshape for the sign VOLUNTEER?
Answers: 1. VISIT: movement- circle out, alternate hands 2. DORM: handshape- D 3. TIGER: palm orientation – towards body 4. FLOWER: handshape- flat O 5. MAD: location- face 6. NOT-YET: NMS - tongue sticks out 7. NAME: movement- up and down 8. FATHER: palm orientation- to the left (if rt. Handed) 9. MOTHER: location- right chin 10. VOLUNTEER: handshape- F
1. Written Doorbuster 2. ASL 1 signs reviewed for test- independent reviews--- iPad stations available; red MASL! Book available; ask Dr. Weast; study hall 3. Ticket Out
Hearing: sign about your “Deaf for a Day” experience to your group- what was the hardest part, what was the best part? Deaf: let me know what you plan to sign about and when- sign up with me Deaf for a Day Note: turn in your signed forms and reflection about the day by Tuesday. Your reflection: at least ½ page about your day, what you experienced, learned, frustrations or successes, etc.- handwritten.
Today: 1. Doorbuster 2. Vocabulary lists with Dr. Weast- ASL countries; debate signs; 1 other 3. peer feedback and individual preparation; volunteer exams 4. Ticket Out- (3o sec. video; ASL environment)
Reminder- from Sept. 12 (handout) --The 4 Parts of the conversation Entrance Interview: Part 1- Introductions- you will sign: Your Name (first and last) Hearing/Deaf Grade in school What level in ASL Part 2 (I will ask both of these questions) Part 2 (I will ask both of these questions) Q:What are your goals for the future (work, college, etc.)? Q: How do you plan to use your ASL? Part 3- I will ask you 2 of these 4 questions Part 3- I will ask you 2 of these 4 questions Q: Describe your family, and where you live. (Tell me about your family) Q: Describe two people in your family. Q: What do you do on a typical school day (your routine)? Q: What are 3 things you like or dislike about school or classes this year? Part 4 -I will ask you 3 of these 5 questions : Part 4 -I will ask you 3 of these 5 questions : Q: What is your opinion on tardy policy/open campus lunch/electronic policy (goal is to use at least 5 “debate” signs- explain your position) Q:What are 3 interesting things about you? Q:What do you like to do on your free time, for pleasure (hobbies, sports, etc.)? Q: What is your favorite restaurant, and why? Q: Do you want to visit (country)? Why? (Where do you want to go and why?)
Reminder--Rubric & Requirements for the ASL 1 & 2 skill level/review interview test For the test grade, I will choose from a list of questions to ask you, and I will be looking for: at least 3 sentences per response Correct sign formation (5 parameters) Vocabulary comprehension/production (do you remember the signs?) ASL word order, not English, no mouthing, no Signed English markers, etc. Rubric- 100% --------------------------------------------below 70% Errors: none a few some several many Answers: complete most some partly lacking ASL: excellent good understandable unclear For skill level- I will use the SLPI Rating Scale (handout), and we will set goals for you for the year!