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Master ASL! Unit 8

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Noun-Verb pairs
are words that are related to each other in meaning but differ in movement.

This will be your FIRST grade of the LAST 9 weeks!!!
FS/# Quiz
Warm Up
Throw the Ball
Noun - Verb Pairs
I will start out by throwing the tennis ball to someone.

That person has to stand up and make up a sentence with the vocabulary word that I post.

The sentence MUST include a time frame (time, day, month, year, etc.)

Everyone else will write down the sentence that was signed.



The person standing will throw the ball to someone else, who will stand, and sign a sentence with the new vocabulary word
Nouns -
signed with a smaller repeated movement

Verbs -
signed with a larger movement
$1.25
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Announcements
Agenda
Questions from across the room
ID Check
No Food/Drinks
No Cell Phones


ASL IDOL - April 11 - Go check it out!!!



CHECK YOUR GRADES!!!!

I am going to assign you a partner.

You will then have to ask each other a series of questions from across the room.
Take turns asking the questions.

You don't need to write down their answer.

Make sure you can see each other. Move if you have to.

You will have 20 seconds to ask and answer each question! I may give you longer depending on the difficulty of the question.

Wait for the timer to go off before you move onto the next one.
Master ASL! Unit 8
Warm Up
Receptive and Written Tests -iPads
If you forgot a sign, you can ask ONLY the people sitting next to, in front of, or behind you.
DO NOT THROW THE BALL HARD. PLEASE BE POLITE!
Noun

CHAIR
COMB
AIRPLANE
BOOK
WINDOW
STORY

Verb

to-SIT
to-COMB-HAIR
to-FLY
to-OPEN-BOOK
to-OPEN-WINDOW
to-TELL-STORY
Noun-Verb
pairs have
the same
handshape!!

They are just signed with different movements.
Everyone needs a partner.

Use a dictionary to search for as many noun-verb pairs as you can.

Write down your pairs on your paper. You BOTH need to write them down.

You have ____ minutes!

REMEMBER THE SIGNS
FOR EACH PAIR!!!
C
H
A
M
P
S
Conversation - Level 0 - Signing ONLY- Talking = FS quiz!!!


Help - raise your hand


Activity - Noun/Verb Pairs


Movement - move to sit with partner


Participation - everyone participates


Special Instructions - Do what you need to in order to communicate WITHOUT TALKING!!!
Now that we are done, each set of partners will sign their noun-verb pairs to me. I will write them down on the board.

Whatever pairs you DON'T have, write them on your paper.

When everyone is done, you should have a long list of noun-verb pairs.


Who wants to list
their pairs first?
We're going to watch The Wizard of Oz except.... its not in English, its in ASL!!!!

The movie was made by Florida School for the Deaf and Blind.

Answer the questions as you watch the movie.

ALL CELL PHONES AND OTHER DISTRACTIONS NEED TO BE OFF YOUR DESK!!!
The Wizard of Oz
Unit 8 Vocabulary
AFRICA
ALL-RIGHT
ALLERGIES
ARAB
ASIA
ASIAN
BALD
BANGS
BEARD
BETTER
AFRICAN-AMERICAN
BLIND
to-BRAID
BRAIDS
BROKEN-HEARTED
CHICKEN POX
CHUBBY
CL: 4
SNEEZE
SORE THROAT
WEAK
COCHLEAR IMPLANT
COUGH
COLD (health)
CURLY HAIR
DESERT
DOCTOR
EMBARRASSED
EMOTIONAL
ETHNICITY
FACE
FEEL
FEEL-NAUSEOUS
FEVER
FLOWER
FRECKLES
FRUSTRATED
BLESS-YOU
GOATEE
SPRAIN
STAR
WELL-BUILT
GUT/BELLY
HAIR
HALF
HEADACHE
GEAL
HEARING AID
HILL
HISPANIC
HUMBLE
HURT
INDIAN
ISLAND
LAKE
LONG-HAIR
LOOK-LIKE
LOSE-WEIGHT
MEDICINE
MIX
STRONG
THIN
WORRY


MOON
MOTORMOUTH
MOUNTAIN
MUSTACHE
NATIVE-AMERICAN
NERVOUS
NOSEBLEED
NOSY
OCEAN
PERSONALITY
PLANT
POLITE
PONY-TAIL
PREGNANT
QUIET
RIVER
RUDE
SHORT HAIR
SIDEBURNS
TREE
VOMIT

Describing the Body Ethnicity
BALD
CHUBBY
FACE
FRECKLES
GUT/BELLY
HAIR
LOOK-LIKE

LOSE-WEIGHT
PREGNANT
THIN
WELL-BUILT
ARAB
ASIAN
AFRICAN-AMERICAN
WHITE
ETHNICITY
HALF
HISPANIC
INDIAN
MIX
NATIVE AMERICAN
Culture Notes
Each group will have 12 cards, 1 card per person.

Write down what is on that card. Write these in your journal. Title it Culture Notes 8.1.

You will have 2 minutes to write everything down.

There will be 2 cards that do not require writing. These will be sign practicing cards.
Questions???
#1-10
There should be NO TALKING!!!!!
Hairstyles
BANGS
BEARD
BRAIDS
CURLY HAIR
GOATEE
LONG HAIR
MUSTACHE
PONY TAIL
SHORT HAIR (2)
SIDEBURNS
BLONDE
REDHEAD
BRUNETTE
Describing Hairstyles
Describe each of the following people's hairstyles. Use a complete sentence. Include their hair color, length, and style. Following the example above.
ME HAIR BLONDE SHORT STRAIGHT SOMETIMES CURLY. TODAY PONY-TAIL.
1. Yourself 4. A student far from you
2. Your History teacher 5. A female student
3. A student closest to you 6. A male student
Take turns signing with a partner.
Be prepared to stand up and share.
Before and After
LONG-TIME-AGO MY HAIR LONG. NOW SHORT-HAIR.
Describe each person's before and after hairstyle. Use the example above to help you.
Now, each person will stand up and describe their own hair before and after.
Classifiers
Concepts Classifiers
a line of people
a rope
a crew/buzz cut
cornrows
pigtails
a little bit of water
a stray hair
a soul patch
CL: 1
CL: R
CL: G
CL: 4
CL: S
Match each concept with the type of classifier. Some classifiers will be used more than once. Think of these on your own.
OBJ: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of the target language by signing a dialogue with a partner for a test presentation.
My grandfather
signed by Sean
Copy these questions onto your paper.
1. Who does Sean look like?

2. What does his grandfather look like? (6 characteristics)

3. How was his body type before? Now what is it? How did it get that way?

4. What do you think his grandfather's personality is like?
1. What does Kelly look like? (5 things)

2. What is she wearing? (4 things, be specific)

3. What 3 words does Kelly fingerspell?

4. What is Kelly's ethnicity? (we will stop the tape a few times to catch this one)
What I look like.
Signed by Kelly.
Copy these questions onto your paper.
Personality Traits and Characteristics
NOSY
PERSONALITY
CHARACTERISTIC
POLITE
RUDE
STRONG
WEAK
WORRY
ARROGANT
AFRAID
BROKEN-HEARTED
EMBARRASSED
EMOTIONAL
FRUSTRATED
MOTORMOUTH (talkative)
NERVOUS
HAPPY
SAD
MAD
In your journal, copy down the following layout.
You will be asking 8 different people what their family is like.

YOUR FAMILY LIKE WHAT?

Respond by listing on your ND hand.
(1) MOM SHE EMOTIONAL. SHE ENJOY READING.
(2) SISTER SHE MOTORMOUTH. SHE ENJOY CHAT FRIEND.
(3) UNCLE HE NOSY RUDE. HE ENJOY SWIM.

Write down their information in the correct box.
Family Personality Types
I will give you your 4 different partners.
You will stay seated the whole time. Look across the room to sign to your partner.
Others???
Culture Notes
Read the packet about Disabilities and Handicaps.

Use the notes to write in the correct information on the 2nd page
.

I will show you where to write everything.

When you are done with your notes, tape both into your journal.

Next, take out a blank sheet of paper and begin writing a GLOSSED monologue. Use the video from Tuesday (My Grandfather) and create your own.
Your monologue should include the following:

Who you look like
What that person looks like. Go into detail!!!
What their personality type is
What they enjoy doing
Use complete ASL sentences!!!

You will be signing them to the class Monday and Tuesday!!!
I look like my....

Presentations
When you present, remember these this:
Sign to US... not your "mental blackboard."

Be natural!! Don't make it look like you are presenting anything. Sign it like you are telling us.

As an audience, remember this:
BE RESPECTFUL!!!

Phones are put away. Anyone with their phone out will get it taken away and sent to the office.

You will fill in the blanks on your worksheet as you listen/watch presentations.
Freshman will start presenting today. Sophomores will present Monday.
Health Vocabulary

ALL-RIGHT
ALLERGIES
BETTER
CHICKEN POX
COLD (health)
COUGH
DOCTOR
FEEL
FEVER
HEAL/GET-BETTER
MEDICINE
NAUSEOUS
SNEEZE
SORE THROAT
HURT
SPRAIN
VOMIT
SICK
HEADACHE
RUNNY-NOSE
POW
Ask your partner how they feel today.

TODAY YOU FEEL HOW?
POW
Use the sign POW when catching an illness or something unexpected happening.

Examples:
I got sick. ME POW SICK
I just started coughing. ME POW COUG HING.
I was asleep when my phone rang.
ME SLEEP POW PHONE-RING.
Ask a DIFFERENT PARTNER ACROSS THE ROOM what is wrong.

WRONG WHAT?
ME FEEL _________.
In a complete sentence, explain how long it takes to heal from each illness:

Flu (5-6 days)
Chicken pox (2 weeks)
Cold (2-3 days)
Runny Nose (1 day)
Headache (4 hours)
Follow this layout:

IF POW fs-FLU RECOVER ABOUT 5-6 DAY.
Copy this layout in your journals:
For the rest of class, you are going to ask as many people as you can what is wrong and why.

Question:

Answer:
WRONG WHAT?

ME POW HEADACHE


WHY? DOG BARK ALL-NIGHT.
MY FRIEND __(name)__
HE/SHE __(sickness)__ WHY? __(reason)__
Culture Notes from the book.
Copy each set of notes into your journal. Then, cut out the pictures that match the notes and glue them next to your paragraph.
Make sure you leave enough space for the pictures.

Why can't you just cut out the paragraphs too? Because WRITING the information helps you to LEARN the information!


You have 20 minutes!
Geography time!!!
DESERT
FLOWER
HILL
ISLAND
LAKE
MOON
MOUNTAIN
PLANT
RIVER
STAR
SUN
TREE
OCEAN
LAND
Landforms
Describe each picture below. Start with the main landform, then describe the surroundings. Think about CLASSIFIERS!!
Heads Up.
Divide the cards up somewhat evenly between two partners.
One person holds up a card above their head.
DON'T LOOK AT YOUR CARDS.
The other person has to sign the word that is above their partners head.
The partner holding the card has to guess what it is.
One partner can SAY the words while the other one signs them.
When you are done, switch roles!
If you don't remember the sign.....

ACT IT OUT!!!!!
Many people are failing due to missing assignments!!! Progress reports go out next week. All grades need to be turned in on Monday before 4:05!!!!!!
Written Test Review
Use your cultures notes from your journal to fill out the following review.

On the back page is your expressive guidelines sheet. Use this to practice with when you are done with your review.
You will be video taping tomorrow!!!

There will be NO TALKING during the first 25 minutes of class. The last 15 minutes you can visit with your partner to discuss tomorrow's video presentation.
Expressive Presentation Rules
1. You have all class period to record.
2. Stay in this room to record.
3. There will be NO TALKING. Figure out a way to communicate.
* POINT
* GESTURE
* WRITE BACK AND FORTH
* SIGN
4. Anyone caught acting silly and talking will receive -10 points for each offense.
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