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You will check out an iPad per team after the bell!!! Be ready for Doorbuster- shh!!! Open Side by Side- PPT is there for Oct. 21; Unit video- link on iPad screen! Or, YouTube at drweastsaslclass (Also found in Unit Library, All Levels Oct 21)
ASL 1- a note before your Doorbuster This six weeks, you will be preparing a 1 minute signing (1 min. minimum), as a test grade. You will be signing in private (not in front of the class). I will give you more details/requirements tomorrow, but today we are practicing ASL word order, to help you prepare. Ready? then, next slide- onward to your Doorbuster!!!
Welcome ASL 1- Doorbuster: Please copy all notes below- ASL word order: TIME OBJECT SUBJECT VERB Gloss: --- SISTER ME HAVE English: “I have a sister.” Or, you can phrase it as a rhetorical question (where you ask and answer it- not really asking for someone to answer) Gloss: FAMILY ME HAVE? SISTER 1, BROTHER, 2 English: “I have one sister and two brothers in my family.” Now, I will explain (recording will play while I sign-I will play this recording from the front- you may begin the next slide if you are done with the Doorbuster before I sign). Eg. “I went to the store yesterday.”
Now, copy each of these English sentences, and then gloss these ten sentences- a word in capital letters for each sign (in your composition book). Finished? Compare with a friend, fix if needed (100% for trying, you will get to correct it). We will also sign them as a class later. Reminder: English: Subj. Verb Obj.; ASL: TIME OBJ. SUBJ. VERB 1. “The teacher knows English.” 2. “The student knows Spanish.” 3. “The man goes to college.” 4. “The woman is a teacher.” 5. “The girl is deaf, the boy is hearing.” 6. “No, that is not right.” 7. “Where do you go to school?” 8. “Turn on the lights.” 9. “Close the door, and open a window.” 10. “The class is finished at 3:00.” Finished? Copy Unit B, Part 3 (and Parts 1 and 2 if you have time) -use the icons on the iPad to find the unit if possible (or, see me for help if you cannot find it). I will know you are done when I see you signing the new unit When everyone is done, we will see answers!
Wait--- ASL 1--- Do not go on to the next slide until I have checked your gloss for completion!!! Then you can check answers– not yet!!! Just pause, and either watch Unit B videos again, or if you are ready, look at the list, point to a sign, and see if your group knows it!!!
Gloss answers –regular order are in red, some rhetorical examples are in blue: (check yours and correct them) 1. “The teacher knows English.” ENGLISH TEACHER KNOW or TEACHER KNOW WHAT? ENGLISH 2. “The student knows Spanish.” SPANISH STUDENT KNOW 3. “The man goes to college.” COLLEGE MAN GO 4. “The woman is a teacher.” WOMAN TEACHER or TEACHER? WOMAN 5. “The girl is deaf, the boy is hearing.” GIRL DEAF, BOY HEARING 6. “No, that is not right.” NO, NOT RIGHT, NOT (can repeat NOT, if you want) 7. “Where do you go to school?” SCHOOL YOU GO WHERE? 8. “Turn on the lights.” LIGHTS TURN-ON 9. “Close the door, and open a window.” DOOR CLOSE, WINDOW OPEN (remember, verb last for each) 10. “The class is finished at 3:00.” 3:00 CLASS FINISH or CLASS FINISH? 3:00
Welcome ASL 2! A quick note before your Doorbuster: This six weeks, using Unit 13 vocabulary and old signs, you will be signing about a room you design in your house (real or imaginary house). This will be a test grade. Remember, Unit 13 list is on the front table. I will give you details/instructions tomorrow. But, today’s work is to prepare you and help you practice what you need to be able to do- so work hard and ask for help when needed! Ready? On to the next slide and Doorbuster!!!
Welcome ASL 2! Today- Doorbuster: Please copy all notes below this line- Tips on correctly signing items in a room: 1. To describe a room, sign from the door perspective (as if standing at the door, looking in). 2. Be sure you have transitions from item to item. Eg. use a building feature (corner, door) or the most recent item (table, couch); then show the new item going from the last one (“place” the new item in space). 3. Classifiers will help a lot: these help you show shape, size, and location in the room.
Finished with Doorbuster? Now, make sure your team has only one Signing Naturally Level 2 book (gray with pink) Shhh- no voice continues - peer checks- “shh” your friend so they can still get a 100% (up to 3 times) Assignment- signed (no writing ) 10 min.-Read all of pages 2-3 (this will help you a lot on the room design test), and sign the 8 classifiers in the picture. 10 min.- Watch the Unit 13 video and copy all signs to learn them. 10 minutes: open the book to pages 4-5: make sure all in your group can see the pictures. Take turns signing an item in the photo (locating it-right, left, high, low using classifiers), and others in the group should point to the items. Each person takes a turn signing an item on picture one, then do pictures 2-4. I will sign an example when it appears many are ready
Welcome ASL 3 and 4! ASL 3- please get handouts from front table (Vocab.lists:Unit C, School Subj, Idioms; Through Deaf Eyes- for later) *ASL 4- I have your handout for later Today: 1. 5 min. Warm-up: Ask and answer with someone what you did this weekend (sign 2 things). 2. 5 min. Fingerspelling Maze 3. 5 min. Fingerspelling Challenge 4. Through Deaf Eyes (info, begin)
ASL ¾ Fingerspelling Maze- Please read only the side with the yellow highlight first Finished? Flip it over and see it with correct spelling (and read note below) ASL fingerspelling tips and tricks: Look at the first and last letters Look at the overall shape Catch whatever other letters you can Use context- what is the subject? 5 min.- Fingerspelling Challenge- each team needs a white board and marker- ready? Write what I fingerspell! Sometimes I will give a category, then later, not It is okay if it is difficult, but practice will help you!!! And using above tips- you may find it easy with categories!!!
ASL 3 & 4-Through Deaf Eyes ASL 3- you will only be tested over any new information – so write as you want (eyes awake, no technology out, etc. ) A daily grade for watching, each day (receptive) If you struggle staying awake, then you need to complete the entire sheet (but that won’t happen right? ) ASL 4- You have seen this film, correct? Then, take the sheets and review together (in the hall if you prefer) - do you know all the answers?