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Master ASL 6
Transcript of Master ASL 6
Unit 6 Receptive AND Written test
Unit 6 Vocabulary
CALL (a name)
CL: Bent V
1. What does Sean ask Kris?
2. What does she do?
3. What day does she do it?
4. How long do you THINK she does it?
(this sign was never taught to you, but try to use your ASL INFERENCING skills to figure it out)
5. What does Sean do?
6. Do you think Kris is any good?
7. What does Sean suggest?
Copy this layout in your journals...
You are each going to get an activity. Write down an English sentences, such as "Have you ever..." or "Have you played..."
Then write the ASL GLOSS of your sentence.
You are going to go around the room and ask each person if they have experienced your activity. Write down their name and either YES ME FINISH or NO ME NOT-YET. Tally the results at the bottom of your page.
RESPOND WITH COMPLETE SENTENCES!!!
Both hearing and Deaf cultures enjoy storytelling, poetry, riddles, etc. Most cultures though, the literature is written.
In Deaf culture, the literature is called
. This means that stories are preserved and passed down by the act of storytelling. In ASL the storytelling is signed.
Poetry, ABC stories, classifier stories, handshape rhymes, and number stories are all examples. These are all highly visual and are passed down from generation to generation.
Master ASL 6
OBJ: SWBAT complete a receptive and written test by watching a signed conversation, then taking an assessment.
ID CHECKS - NO FOOD/DRINKS - NO PHONES
ASL IDOL - April 11
- SEE ME TO PICK UP AN APPLICATION!!!!!!
Deaf Coffee Chat
Friday, February 28
SAC - ASL Talent Show -
This is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to get out into the community and watch some ASL performances!!!
March 1, 2014 - 6:00pm - McAllister Auditorium @ SAC - tickets at door
IN A FEW DAYS
LONG TIME AGO
RIKE A BIKE
SIT NEXT TO
TWO DAYS AGO
TWO WEEKS AGO
TWO YEARS AGO
Copy these questions into your journal.
Good Skill or Bad Skill
With each person at your table, ask them if they are GOOD SKILL or BAD SKILL at each of the following sports.
To sign GOOD SKILL sign....
To sign BAD SKILL sign...
VOLLEYBALL YOU GOOD-SKILL YOU?
NO, VOLLEYBALL ME BAD-SKILL ME.
In your journal, write down their name, sport, and whether they are "GOOD SKILL or BAD SKILL".
THIS WILL BE A COMPLETION GRADE!!!
Seasons and Sports
To sign IN, ON THE, OVER THE, DURING, WHEN IT, etc... use the sign
In the winter, I play hockey.
DURING WINTER, HOCKEY ME PLAY.
In your journal, write 5 sentences that include a season (or weather) and a sport. Write them in English AND ASL GLOSS.
Now, with your 5 sentences, sign them to your partner. You partner will write down all 5 of your sentences.
You will write down your partner's sentences.
NO CHEATING!!! Watch their SIGNS, not their paper!
to BUNGEE JUMP
to PLAY CARDS
Signing "Have you..."
ASL uses the signs EXPERIENCE and FINISH to ask if someone has or has not done something.
For example, "Have you played soccer?" would be SOCCER YOU EXPERIENCE YOU?
To respond with either YES or NO, sign YES ME FINISH or NO ME NOT-YET EXPERIENCE (activity)
Let's practice these together.
Have you ever played basketball?
PLAY BASKETBALL YOU EXPERIENCE YOU?
Yes, I have played basketball.
YES, FINISH PLAY BASKETBALL ME.
Have you ever watched baseball?
WATCH BASEBALL YOU EXPERIENCE YOU?
No, I have never watched baseball.
NO, NOT-YET ME WATCH BASEBALL.
Have you ever been surfing in Hawaii?
SURF HAWAII YOU EXPERIENCE YOU?
Yes, I have been surfing in Hawaii.
YES, FINISH SURF HAWAII ME.
Copy these down in your journal.
CL: Bent V - used for a pair of human legs in a seated position, animals, and insects.
CL: 5 - represents 5 or more people engaged in an activity such as walking or going somewhere.
CL: F - represents small round objects
CL: 5 "popular"
CL: 5 "crowded"
CL: 1 "person running"
CL: V "two people walking"
CL: 5 "five people walking"
CL: 1 "person walking"
CL: 1 "someone walking slowly"
CL: V "two people running"
CL: V "person jumping"
CL: V "one person running"
CL: V "eyes looking at me"
CL: V "staring"
CL: V "one person walking"
CL: B "hall"
CL: B "person walking"
CL: B "person walking quickly"
CL: B "swat at a bug"
CL: 5 "waving at a person"
CL: 3 "car"
CL: V "eyes looking away"
CL: V "eyes looking up and down
CL: V "two pairs of eyes staring at each other"
CL: V "eyes wandering"
CL: B "floor"
CL: B "door"
CL: B "closed door"
CL: V "dancing"
CL: B "ceiling"
CL: B "open door"
CL: B "window"
CL: B "open window"
CL: B "wall"
CL: B "street"
CL: B "person walking slowly"
CL: B "closed window"
CL: 3 "car driving slowly"
CL: 3 "car turning right"
CL: C "bus"
CL: B "double doors"
CL: B "double doors closed"
CL: B "table"
CL: Bent V "animal running"
CL: B "double doors open"
CL: B "elevator doors open"
CL: B "shelf"
CL: Bent V "animal jumping"
CL: Bent V "animal jumping on me"
CL: Bent V "sit down"
CL: Bent V "couch"
CL: Bent V "people sitting in a circle"
CL: Bent V "kneel down"
CL: B "ears on an animal"
CL: Bent V" two people sitting across from each other"
CL: 3 "car driving fast"
CL: 3 "car turning left"
CL: C "cup"
CL: C "looking for something" CL: F "eyes"
CL: F "buttons" CL: 5 "flock to"
Past, Present and Future
In ASL, tense is formed by the addition of certain signs called TENSE MARKERS. These are signed at the beginning of a sentence.
If there is no time marker, then the tense is in the present.
Present - I leave at 10:00.
Past - I left at 10:00. (add the sign PAST)
Future - I will leave at 10:00.(add the sign WILL/FUTURE after the time.)
Time Markers Vocabulary
FAST/QUICK LONG TO STAY
COPY THIS TIMELINE INTO YOUR JOURNAL
(it doesn't have to be perfect)
1. I am learning ASL.
2. I have a motorcycle.
3. I go to school at 8:45 am.
4. I live in California.
1. Last month I played volleyball.
2. Last week I went to the store.
3. Last year I was a freshman.
4. Yesterday I went home sick.
1. Next week is my birthday.
2. Soon I will married.
3. A long time from now, I will become a principal.
4. Next year I will be a sophomore.
Let's sign these together!
One partner will ask the questions and one partner will answer them. ONE WORD ANSWERS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE!!
1. When will you graduate?
2. When will you get married?
3. When are you taking ASL?
4. When did you learn to walk?
5. How old were you when you first flew on a plane?
6. What time do you eat lunch?
7. What class do you have next?
8. When is our test for this class?
9. When was Christmas?
10. When do you go to the beach?
You have about
to review any vocabulary before we start the receptive test!!
I have paper for you.
Number your paper #1-10.
The signer will either sign a time or an age. Time frame could include days, months, years, or weeks, as well as the time of day. They may also sign an age.
Write down the NUMBER AND THE SIGN THAT GOES WITH THE NUMBER.
EX: 2 weeks ago
Everyone needs their journal!
Types of ASL literature
ASL Poetry - covers a broad spectrum of topics. Deaf poets such as Clayton Valli and Ella Mae Lentz are cherished in the Deaf community.
Classifier stories - use ONLY classifiers to tell stories. NO SIGNS!
Handshape rhymes - use ONLY 1 handshape for the entire story.
ABC Stories - us ONLY the letters in the alphabet in order.
Number stories - use ONLY the numbers (1-10, 20-40, etc)
I am going to show you 2 examples of ABC stories. Make sure you
to see each handshape/letter!!!!
are going to
make up an ABC story
You have the rest of the period today to TURN IN your ABC paper. I'll show you how to write it.
Tomorrow and Monday we will be presenting these in front of the class. EVERYONE WILL PRESENT!!
A - "knocks on door"
B - "door opens"
C - "signer looks around"
D - "signer hears something"
E - "signer is frightened"
ABC Story Presentation Etiquette
You will be given a sheet of paper to record your answers on.
During each presentation, you will write down the person's name and the theme of their story.
Why?? To make sure you actually pay attention and are not dozing off. This will be graded.
BE A GOOD AUDIENCE!!
I am going to pass out a written review for your test on Thursday. You can use your book or your journal to find all the answers. The answers are from all of the culture notes.
There will be NO TALKING during the review. Everyone will be working on their own.
When you are done, you may
work on your expressive presentation for tomorrow!!
For the Receptive part of your test, you are going to watch two short videos.
On the top of your paper, write the following questions/statements.
1. Write a paragraph summary of the video.
1. What is Kris going to do?
2. When is she going to do it? (this is not specific)
3. When is she leaving?
We will watch each video 4 times, THAT'S IT!!!
Make sure you PAY ATTENTION!!!!
Now, for the written test, number your paper #1-22.
Keep your eyes on your own paper and stay QUIET!!
There will be no talking.
I suggest you watch it 2 times BEFORE you start writing. I am going to play it back to back. I will not be waiting for you to write after each time.