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ORIGINAL - Unit 103
Transcript of ORIGINAL - Unit 103
Copy these down in your journal. Add the title to your TOC.
Unit 103 - Family
(contain your excitement, please!)
We will start learning family vocabulary tomorrow, but for today.......
CLEAR YOUR DESKS.
For Hearing People Only - in journal
Heads Up - review game
OBJ: We will examine an excerpt from For Hearing People Only and compose a written response to our article.
I will select an article to evaluate, write my own response in my journal, then interact with a partner for a review game.
ASL Club Meeting This Thursday 10/30 in C203. Come ready to sign!!
Deaf Football Tournament and a Deaf BBall Tournament
and DeaFestival!!! Check them out!!!
Bring Canned Goods to donate for Deaf/HH families in need for Thanksgiving!
Fingerspelling Quiz #4
Any volunteers to give this week's FS quiz?
COUSIN (boy & girl)
21-29: These are the hardest ones to remember. I'll show you why they are signed they way they are. :)
30-60: Pretty basic....
60-99: These are easy, but there is a certain movement that goes with them. (66-69, 76-79, 86-89, and 96-99)
100: C is for Century, which is a roman numeral for hundred
Immediate Family Vocabulary
Did you notice anything unique about all of those signs? Any trends or patterns?
ASL Gender Spot
MOM, GRANDMA, AUNT, NEICE, COUSIN, etc...
My family enjoys playing basketball.
My brother and sister go to elementary school.
My mom is nice.
My dad is a teacher.
My aunt is a counselor at a high school.
My uncle Bob is a principal at Reagan H.S.
Listing your family members
1. Hold up the # of people in your family. If more than 5, add your DOM hand.
2. Start with the OLDEST person and work down. (Ex: DAD, MOM, SISTER, ME, etc...)
3. Point to each finger as you sign who it is.
4. Take a minute and sign your family to yourself. Only sign your immediate family. (mom, dad, brothers, sisters)
Family Listing Activity
You are going to ask 3 people who their family is and what their names are.
Write down their information in the space provided on your workshee
t. LIST ONLY THOSE WHO LIVE WITH YOU.
YOUR FAMILY WHO?
MY FAMILY (list....) DAD NAME....
MOM NAME... etc.......
Anyone who speaks will be getting points off!
I will assign you a partner.
Get out your journal. Add the title "Grammar Notes 103" to the TOC.
Draw that picture in your journal on the next page. Only use the top half of the page.
You don't need to be exact with the "face", just draw a circle, two eyes, and a mouth. :)
Write the text, too!
January = Jan
February = Feb
March = March
April = April
May = May
June = June
July = July
August = Aug
September = Sept
October = Oct
November = Nov
December = Dec
This month is ....
Next month is....
Last month was....
Two months ago was....
Two months from now is....
YOUR BIRTHDAY WHAT?
AGE/OLD = Same sign
Rule of 9
1-9 are signed with the number
touching the chin and pull down
10+ are signed with AGE then the number
YOUR AGE WHAT?
I (age) I.
YOUR AGE WHAT?
Recap: Rule of 9
So far you have learned the Rule of 9 applies to time, hours, minutes, seconds, weeks, months, days, and age.
This just means the numbers 1-9 are incorporated WITH the sign and numbers 10+ are done with the number first then the sign.
Write this in your journal underneath last week's Gender Spot picture.
Let's review yesterday's vocabulary
Now, I want you to write down your family like this.
1- Dad - Mark
2- Mom - Sally
3 - Sister - Jane
4- Sister/Brother - YOUR NAME
5 - etc......
Next, on your paper, write one sentence that includes
1 or more family members
plus any other vocabulary that you know.
Write in English and write clearly.
Rule of 9
Stand up, find a partner and sit across the room from each other.
You cannot sit within earshot of them.
Ask your partner
what their birthday is
and how old they are.
YOUR BIRTHDAY WHAT?
YOU AGE WHAT?
Respond in complete sentences.
Be prepared to share in 2 minutes!!!!
You will both come to the front and tell us your partner's birthday and age.
Follow this layout:
HER/HIS NAME ____.
HER/HIS BIRTHDAY ____.
Remember the handshapes for possessives
(HER, HIS, THEIRS, MINE, OURS, etc.)
vs. handshapes for normal pronouns.
(HE, SHE, IT, ME, I, THEM, etc...)
ASL Stand-Up Comedy
We haven't done this in a while....
Unit 103 - Culture Notes
Use the class set titled "Culture Notes" to answer the questions on your worksheet.
When you are done, tape it into your journal and add the title to the TOC.
* This info will be on your next written test! *
Other family or friends
My mom has children.
I teach hearing kids.
My parents are nice.
My sister-in-law's birthday
is August 27.
My sweetheart and I are in
the same science class.
My best friend is 17 years old.
Describe these people.
1.) A way to distinguish several pieces of info in a sentence by slightly moving your head and shoulders in a different direction.
2.) Generally takes the place of "and" in a sentence.
3.) Used for comparing, contrasting, and separating more than one idea or concept
Copy this into your journal under your Gender Spot and Rule of 9 notes.
So, what does that mean???
Let's sign some examples.
MY AUNT SHE-right MARRIED
MY COUSIN SHE-left SINGLE.
1st PERIOD ENGLISH EASY
2nd PERIOD MATH HARD.
MY DAD STRICT
MY GRANDMA NICE.
MY KIDS ANNOYING
MY BEST-FRIEND HER KIDS CUTE.
Family and Adjectives (describing people)
Everyone think of a sentence using one of the following family/friends vocabulary.
CHILDREN - KIDS - PARENTS - INLAWS -
ROOMMATE - BOY/GIRLFRIEND - BEST FRIEND
MY BEST FRIEND NAME WHAT? JUSTINE. SHE TEACH WHERE?
Be prepared to stand up and share your sentence!
On your worksheet, write 3 sentences using Contrastrive Structure.
Write in ASL GLOSS.
Only use signs your know.
Make your sentences EASY!
Use a comma to separate your ideas.
YESTERDAY I PRACTICE
STUDY FOR TEST.
(this isn't a place, but I forgot it last week!)
Tomorrow I am going to a funeral.
My sister-in-law goes to the store everyday.
My sweetheart and I are going to a wedding this weekend.
On May 19 my best friend and I are going to a graduation party.
How many kids does your aunt have?
You will need your journal. Open it up to your Unit 103 Grammar notes.
(Gender spot picture & Rule of 9)
1.) Get with a partner
2.) Sit across the room from them.
3.) Sign your sentences to each other.
4.) Write THEIR sentences in English.
5.) NO TALKING!!!!!!!!!
6.) Use SHOULDER-SHIFTING to separate your ideas, that way your partner knows how to write the sentence.
In English, those sentences would be....
1. My aunt is married and my cousin in single.
2. My 1st period English class is easy and my 2nd period Math class is hard.
3. My dad is strict and my grandma is nice.
4. My kids are annoying but my best friend's kids are cute.
* Clear your desk, except for your poster and a pencil/pen.
* Absolutely no talking!
* No cell phones. They will be collected if they are not put away.
* If you need my help, raise your hand and FS the word to me. DO NOT TALK.
* Be respectful. No laughing, joking, etc.
* You need to take this seriously and be mature. I will deduct points off your grade as I see necessary.
You are in groups of 3.
I will rearrange some groups. Sorry!
Take turns signing your poster to your 2 classmates.
You can set your poster on your table, rather than hold it up.
Make sure to look at your 2 audience members, don't just look at your poster!
Fill out a slip of paper for each of your 2 classmates at your table.
Be HONEST!! (I already know how everyone signs,
so if you "lie" on your grading slip I will know!
Write down one thing they did well, and one thing they could improve on.
I will be watching ALL of you present from the front and grading your on the Expressive Presentational rubric.
I will staple all of your classmate's comments to your rubric when you get your grade, that way you can see how to improve and what you did well on.
What to do....
Lessons, Family Part I
Tape the following questions into your journal.
Add the title to your TOC.
1. Where does the signer set up the boy and girl? (either Right/Left - from HIS perspective)
2. When they first see each other, what do they think?
3. What does the boy ask the girl for? Where does he put it?
4. When the boy calls the girl, where do they decide to go and what time?
5. How does the signer convey that the boy and girl are on the phone? (what do his shoulders do)
6. What handshapes does the signer use to show them walking to the car? What about opening/closing the car door?
7. What do you think the man at the restaurant is wearing?
8. How does the waiter "look" at the boy and girl that tells you they are sitting down?
9. What does the waiter pull out of the case and what does he do with it?
10. The boy decides he loves the girl, what does he do?
11. What is the girl's response?
12. What do they boy and girl end up doing?
Video: Family, Part I Questions
Trade journals with someone.
Check their answers to the correct ones.
If a question is incorrect, mark a line through the
If it is right, leave it alone.
1. Girl - Left, Boy
2. Girl is beautiful and the boy is "hot"
3. Her phone number - in his front pocket
4. To a restaurant at 7:00 pm
5. Shoulder shifting
6. Walking - either the "2" or "V" handshape
Opening/Closing door - "B" handshape
7. A tie
8. He looks down at them because they are sitting
9. A violin - he starts playing it
10. He proposes
11. She says YES! :)
12. Get married
Questions over an answer? Raise your hand and I'll check it.
Grades: The number they missed is on the left and their grade is on the right.
Write the grade at the top and circle it.
Wrong Answers -- Grade
1 -- 92
2 -- 83
3 -- 75
4 -- 67
5 -- 58
6 -- 50
7 -- 42
8 -- 33
9 -- 25
10 - 17
11 - 8
12 - 0
For Hearing People Only
Select an article to read, your choice.
They are all short (1-3 pages)
Read the article, then write a PARAGRAPH response to the article. This can be your opinion, thoughts, what you like/didn't like, etc...
I will check these tomorrow during our 1st journal check of the 2nd nine weeks.
You have 20 minutes!!!
Heads Up - Review Game
* Sit across from a partner.
* Spread the cards out on your desks WORD DOWN.
* Take turns holding a card up facing OUT. You partner will sign the word, you guess it by saying it outloud.
* If you don't remember the sign, FS it.
* If neither of you remember the sign, you can ask a classmate by signing SIGN FOR (FS) WHAT?
* I should ONLY HEAR VOCAB. WORDS. NO CHIT-CHATTING.
* This review is for YOU. Don't ruin it.