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Copy of ASL 101 Crash Course

U of A ASL Club
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on 17 July 2013

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Transcript of Copy of ASL 101 Crash Course

American Sign Language 101
Facts:
Today we will learn about
ASL
Space and Your Face!
aka Grammar Time
Just for Fun!
HELLO, MY NAME...
MY
NAME
Counting 1-10!!!
Eyebrows!
WH-questions
When asking questions, you must tilt the head slightly forward and maintain eye contact
Keep in Touch!!
Did you sign up for email updates?
ua.aslclub@gmail.com
FB Stalk us :)
American Sign Language Club (University of Alberta)
Bearsden
https://alberta.collegiatelink.net/organization/ASLClub
Anything Else?
Fun Signs?
Questions?
Discussion?
More videos?
Ask us anything!
There are over 200 different sign languages in the world.

Over 7o,ooo,000 people use sign language as their first language worldwide.

In America, ASL is the 3rd most used language.

Parts of Canada also use ASL.

What country is ASL originally from?
ASL HISTORY
Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet
-They started the first school for deaf education in North America in 1817.
-They invented ASL.

American School for the Deaf, Hartford CT.
GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY, 1864
The first university in the world for the advanced education of the deaf and hard of hearing.
Ludvig Van Beethoven
1770-1827
Heather Whitestone
ASL SENTENCES:
HOW ARE YOU?
FINE
TIRED
SICK
Hello
Helen Keller
Developed Braille 1918
Laurent Clerc
Sean Forbes
http://www.d-pan.org/DPAN-videos.html
Miss America!
Happy
SORRY
THANK YOU
NO
FATHER
BOY
MOTHER
GIRL
HAPPY
SAD
GOOD
SCHOOL
TOILET
BAD
CUTE
Edward Gallaudet
FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING?
WHO??
An author, political
activist and lecturer
First deaf/blind person to earn a Bachelors of Arts
Classical and Romantic Era
Today Beethoven still
remains the most
influential composer
of ALL time.
American hip-hop musican AND
Founder of D-PAN
NICE TO MEET YOU!
I'm...
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