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Master ASL Unit 2
Transcript of Master ASL Unit 2
1. HELP ME PLEASE.
2. HELP YOU I CAN.
3. HE/SHE HELP YOU CAN.
4. HELP US.
5. HELP THEM.
6. YOU HELP HER?
7. TABLE HELP ME MOVE.
8. BOOK GIVE HER PLEASE.
9. PENCIL CAN GIVE ME?
10. HELP WE DON'T WANT.
11. TOMORROW SHE HELP ME MOVE.
What's the WH- face?
The difference between a WH- face and a YN face:
The WH- face: eyebrows lowered and head tilted.
Used when asking WH- questions.
The YN- face: eyebrows raised and head tilted.
Used when asking YES/NO questions.
1. MEAN WHAT? (wh-)
2. YOUR NAME WHAT? (wh-)
3. HIS NAME TODD HIM? (yn)
4. YOU UNDERSTAND YOU? (yn)
5. SCHOOL YOU GO-TO WHAT? (wh-)
6. HOW YOU? (wh-)
7. YOUR SCHOOL WHERE? (wh-)
8. DO-YOU-MIND HELPING ME? (yn)
Good Afternoon!! Ready to begin??
In your journal, copy the following vocabulary words... I know, it is a lot!! Just think of how many new words you will be learning!
Chat, to hang out
Close (the door)
Enjoy, have fun
Get up, stand up
I ask you/everybody
Kick back, take it easy
NMM: Wh- face
Not, don't, doesn't
Turn off (lights)
Turn on (lights)
Um, well, uh
You ask me
Directionality... What is it?
The meaning of some signs in ASL
change depending on the way the
signs are moved.
For example: I HELP YOU or YOU HELP ME
GIVE-ME or GIVE-YOU ME-BORROW YOU-BORROW
Sign this dialogue with your neighbor:
A: Do you mind helping me? I don't understand the homework.
B: Sure, I can help you.
B: You're welcome. I can't help you now, but I can help you later.
TO GIVE TO
The WH- face is the face you make when you are uncertain, unclear, or asking a question with the words WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, HOW, OR WHICH.
Partner Practice! Turn to the person to your left and practice these sentences. Use either the WH- face or the YN face.
Next, turn to your RIGHT and sign this dialogue with each other.
A: EXCUSE ME (get the other person's attention). YOUR NAME WHAT?
B: ME NAME ___________. YOUR NAME WHAT?
A: ME NAME _________. DO-YOU-MIND HELPING ME PLEASE. ASL CLASS HOMEWORK WHAT?
B: SURE! HOMEWORK WHAT? READ ASL BOOK PG. 1-25. YOU UNDERSTAND YOU?
A:YES. ME UNDERSTAND. THANK YOU.
** Don't forget the WH- face or YN face. **
** Also, remember where head nods and head shakes go!!**
TO BE CLEAR
NOT, DON'T, DOESN'T,
TO BE UNCLEAR
TO CLOSE (the door)
TO OPEN (the door)
TO TURN LIGHTS ON
TO TURN LIGHTS OFF
GET UP, STAND UP
TO SIT DOWN
Don't be shy!!
Let's practice these together!
GO BIG OR GO HOME!!
I will assign you a partner for the following questions. One partner will ask the questions, the other will answer the questions. When done, switch roles and repeat.
Remember to answer questions in a complete sentence!
Ex: YOU ENJOY READING YOU?
YES, ME ENJOY READING ME. (with head nod)
** Write each question down PLUS their answer!!
**Don't just write their one word answer. It must be in a complete
1. YOU LEARNING ASL YOU?
2. YOU UNDERSTAND ME?
3. DO-YOU-MIND DOOR OPEN?
4. ME TIRED ME. YOU SAME YOU?
5. TOMORROW YOU WANT STUDY YOU?
6. YOU SITTING DOWN YOU?
7. TONIGHT YOU GO-TO PARTY YOU?
8. HOMEWORK WHAT?
9. BOOK YOU READING NAME WHAT?
10. YOUR BEST FRIEND WHO?
11. YOU LIVE WHERE?
12. YOUR BIRTHDAY WHEN?
13. YOU TIRED WHY?
TO WAK TO
TO CORRECT, GRADE, CANCEL
TO HAND OUT
TO SPOT, SEE
Don't forget your non-manual markers/NMM.
These are your facial expressions and head nods
** ID Check/No Food or drinks **
** ASL CLUB - next meeting TODAY!!! October 23 @ 4:15
** Deaf Coffee Chat - THIS FRIDAY, show up anytime
(around 7:00pm or so) - Starbucks @ The Quarry
** Deaf Festival - Saturday, November 2 from 10:00am-6:00pm
@ Comanche Park (in SA)
On the next blank page of your journal, copy the following notes. You will need to
the words in
Title the pages "Unit 2 Grammar Notes 2.1"
of some signs in ASL
depending on the way the
signs are MOVED.
Ex: HELP- ME or HELP-YOU
This is called
is used when you are
, or asking a question with the signs
WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW, WHICH, AND HOW MANY.
The WH- face consists of
lowering your eyebrows
tilting your head.
(also called the "question-maker) is used when asking a
yes or no question.
The YN face consists of
tilting your head.
Deaf Culture Minute
What is the ASL signs for
There is none!!
You can sign
YES, FINE, or simply a HEAD NOD.
There is a difference between YOU'RE WELCOME and WELCOME TO MY HOUSE.
Is ASL the same as "gestures" or making "pictures" in the air?
ASL is a
syntax, grammar, NMM (facial expressions) and gestures.
= signs that
Labels and Identity
In the PAST, Deaf people were
as well as
handicapped, disbled, or abnormal.
Over the years, the Deaf community has worked to educate hearing people about the
Some Deaf people prefer to be called Deaf than hearing impaired.
signals that something is
. Deaf people are
proud to be Deaf!
Hard of Hearing refers to people who have
and can use a spoken language.
A group of people that share a
and offer mutual support towards
common goals and interests.
Deaf Culture -
The shared experience of Deaf people that has its
own values, social norms, a unique history, and a rich tradition.
The common bond in Deaf culture is the experience of being Deaf and using ASL.
NMM - Non Manual Markers
NMM like the
and use of
clear and obvious
for meaning to be understood.
Your NMM must be visible on your FACE!!
1. TEST TODAY YOU WANT YOU?
2. ASL TEACHER'S NAME YOU KNOW YOU?
3. YOU ASL STUDENT YOU?
4. YOU ASL TEACHER YOU?
1. NO, TEST TOMORROW ME WANT.
2. YES, IT'S MEAGAN.
3. YES, ME ASL STUDENT ME.
4. NO, ME NOT ASL TEACHER ME.
Stand up. Find someone who has the same color hair as you. Stand next to them and sign this dialogue. When one person has asked all the questions, switch toles and repeat. Both partners should have answered and asked these 4 questions.
Ask - the signed question mark
The signed question mark looks like this:
It DOES NOT replace the facial expressions used to ask WH or YN questions.
It only EMPHASIZED that a question has been asked and that the signer expects a response.
Ex: YOU TURN-OFF LIGHTS?
ASK is directional which means the sign can _______ to change it's meaning.
TO ASK ASK YOU
ASK HIM/HER ASK ME
ASK EVERYONE ASK ME (plural)
ASK YOU (plural)
Sign these sentences
to yourself without talking.
1. ASK ME
2. I ASK YOU.
3. THEY ASK ME.
4. HE/SHE ASKED YOU.
5. ANY QUESTIONS?
6. WE ASK MANY QUESTIONS.
7. DON'T ASK ME.
8. ASK HIM TO OPEN THE DOOR.
9. ASK ME LATER.
10. SEAN ASKED KRIS TO HELP HIM.
TO EAT/FOOD THURSDAY
TO BE HUNGRY FRIDAY
TO BE READY SATURDAY
WITH TO CHAT, HANG OUT
WEDNESDAY ENJOY, HAVE FUN
KICK BACK, TAKE IT EASY
PLAY SPORTS TEMPLE
The Question Mark:
* best used in casual situations
* NOT for questions using WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, etc.
* often used to ask general questions
Don't worry about the past tense for now. Just focus on the vocabulary you know already.
Don't sign or fingerspell the English word "ON" in ASL sentences involving dates.
Ex: I was born ON July 3.
EYES ON ASL #5
Sentences that show WHEN something happened, such as the day of the week, come first in a sentence.
EX: TOMORROW, ME GO SCHOOL ME.
DO-DO is a sign that has many meanings. Use the WH face every time you sign it.
Ex: YOU DO-DO WHAT?
What did you do on.....
Find someone who is sitting close to you and ask them that question.
FRIDAY YOU DO-DO WHAT?
MONDAY YOU DO-DO WHAT?
Copy the following layout in your journal:
You are going to move around the room and try to fill out as many of the days as you can. (Monday - Sunday, morning, afternoon, and night)
Use the following sentence structure:
__(day)___ __(time)___ YOU DO-DO WHAT?
Ask as many people
as you can!!
Be prepared to respond to other's questions! Respond with:
__(day)__ __(time)__ ME ________. You can use the following vocabulary:
SAME OLD, THE USUAL
TAKE IT EASY
Don't forget your WH-/YN faces!!
TO WORK, JOB
In your journal, write the following questions. We are going to watch a short video clip of a student signing the answers.
1. On Thursday, Kris.....
2. Kris does homework on....
3. She works on....
4. Everyday, Kris....
5. Kris hangs out with....
6. On Friday, she....
7. Kris chats on....
8. On Sunday, Kris....
9. She doesn't work on....
10. Kris goes to school....
With your partner, practice signing the following dialogue. Be prepared to stand up and share!
A: WEEKEND YOU DO-DO WHAT?
B: SATURDAY, I __________. SUNDAY, I ____________. WEEKEND YOU DO-DO WHAT?
A: SATURDAY, I __________. SUNDAY, I ____________. I ENJOY __________.
B: I ENJOY _________ TOO! TOMORROW YOU WANT TO ____________?
I am going to pick a card at random. You will all stand up.
If what I sign off the card doesn't apply to you, sit down. If it does, remain standing.
Ex: ME GIRL ME. (either sit down or stand up if you are a girl.)
Welcome to ASL Club!!
Clubs at school
Something silly about yourself
Write them in this order!
Write down YOUR answer.
Last bit of vocabulary!
To get better
To get worse
Water, water fountain
I am going to sign the month and the first day of the month. Write down what I sign, then number the rest of the days. I
I will then sign different days and what I did on those days. You write down what I sign.
Number the months and the days the same. On one side of the paper, write down various things you did on those days. Put something down for MOST of the days. You can leave a few blank. You can repeat activities.
On the other side, you are going to move around the room and ASK other people what they did on those days of the month.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 YOU DO-DO WHAT?
Write down their response.
When someone asks YOU what you did on those days, you look at what you wrote on the front side and tell the person what you did.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 ME ___________________.
Ann Silver - A Century of Difference
All cultures appreciate various forms of art. One famous Deaf artist is Ann Silver, well-known for her mixed media installations featuring the Deaf experience and aspects of Deaf culture. In A Century of Difference, Silver charts the evolution of labels applied to the Deaf since 1900.
In your journal, write the following questions and
answers. There are no right or wrong answers!
Title your journal page "Ann Silver - A Centry of a Difference."
What perspectives do these labels imply?
Why do you think Silver chose to work with license plates?
What do you think this means?
What point (year) does Silver make in A Century of Difference?
Make your own!!
Using Ann Silver as a reference, you are going to make your OWN license plates. You will make one that reflects the NEWER model of Deafness (i.e. Deaf Pride!!) DO NOT COPY Ann Silver's!
Be creative!!! You will have the rest of today to work on these.
Take your time. These should be nice and neat. I plan on displaying them around the room!!
Expressive test today!
OBJ: SWBAT demonstrate an understanding of Deaf Culture, the uses of American Sign Language, and the expressive qualities of ASL.
You have 10 minutes to look over your review sheet for your test today.
1. There will be two teams.
2. Everyone will write down a question from the next slide. Make sure to write clearly!
3. Crumble your piece of paper up into a tight ball.
4. Each team will line up in a single file line on either side of the "basket."
5. The first person in each line will shoot their basket.
6. If you miss the basket, you have to answer the question that is on your paper. You can discuss with your team!
7. If you make the basket, the next person in line on the OTHER team has to answer the question, but they do not get the point.
8. We will rotate through everyone so you get a chance to play.
For each basket that you make, your team will earn 1 point. The next person on the other team has to answer the question, but will not receive any points.
If you miss a basket, you get no points; HOWEVER, you can earn a point if you get the answer right.
If you get the answer wrong, the other team CAN steal the question and earn the point.
You can talk QUIETLY to discuss your answers with your teammates.
If the question involves signing, you must have your voice off and sign only!
1. What is an iconic sign?
2. What does the word “Deaf” refer to?
3. What does the word “deaf” refer to?
4. When referring to Deaf people, which term do hearing people think is most polite?
c. Hearing Impaird
5. What do you do with your eyebrows when asking a YN question
6. What do you do with your eyebrows when asking a WH question?
7. In general, what do Deaf people prefer to be called?
8. What is the cultural perspective of Deafness?
9. What is the pathological (or medical) perspective of Deafness?
10. Not maintaining eye contact in Deaf culture is considered _____________.
11. If you make a sign where one hand moves and the other doesn’t move, your moving hand is your ______________.
12. Facial expressions are used for ____________ and _______________.
13. What is a non-manual sign? Provide an example.
14. Are Deaf-Mute and Deaf & Dumb considered appropriate?
15. When spelling your first and last name, you should __________ between them.
16. When you use deixis, you should ________ towards the area you are pointing to.
17. What is a good way to get the attention of a Deaf person that is in the room with other people?
18. When signing, you should/should not get in the habit of answering questions with one word, say each letter as your fingerspell, and mouth each word as you sign it.
19. In an ASL/Deaf class, when the lights are flashed on/off, this means what?
Pay attention (eye contact) to the teacher.
Unit 2 Review Game
20. What percentage of Deaf children have Deaf parents?
21. When were Deaf children allowed to sign in class? (year)
22. When was ASL recognized as a language? (year)
23.Facial expressions are to ASL as ________ is to speaking.
24. What is an example of NMM?
25. Sign this sentence: "When are you going home?"
26. The sign for Question Mark shows that a ________ is expected.
27. In Deaf culture, people use ______ and share the experience of
28. Don't fall into the habit of ________ while you are signing.
29. What is directionality? Provide an example.
30. Signs that show when something happened, come ______ in a
** You will need a blank sheet of paper. Number it #1-50.
** Make sure to write your name at the top.
** Title your paper "Unit 2 Written Test"
** When you are done, turn your papers in to me. Sit quietly until everyone else is done
You need a blank sheet of paper. Number it #1-35
Title it "Unit 2 Receptive Test"
When we are finished you will work on your expressive presentation for tomorrow.
Expressive Tests Today
Part I - write the correct word that is signed
Part II - Write the correct number that is signed
Part III - I will sign an ASL sentence. You write the English sentence to match. Answers may vary a little