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ASL 101/601

Week 4/5
Professor Hubble

Week 4 Day 1
Unit 2
Review Lessons 1 & 2 this week

AGENDA
Follow

up
Homework

Review

some
lessons and
vocabulary

Review

Languages
Language
Background

Fingerspelling

Agreement
Leisure
ASL

Verbs

Activities

Numbers

Card

Game and
Pass it on Activity

HOMEWORK

2:1 to 2:3
Page 48-57
1st Language
Background

Minidialogues 1-2

Minidialogue 1:

the

1. Do Norman and Priscilla attend


same college?
Yes

2. What language(s) are they


learning?
Who are their teacher(s)?
ASL
Her teachers name is Drew.
His teachers name is Flo.

Minidialogues 1-2
Minidialogue

2:

1. Who are Stefanie and Iva talking


about?

a man and a woman with the same


name, Robin

2. What do the people they are


discussing have in common?

They are both Deaf.

3.

In what ways are they different?

Hes

a teacher. She is a student.

Trivia Question...

Who signs the diploma when students graduate from Gallaudet?

a) the President of the University

b) the Majority leader of the House

c) the President of the United States

d) the President of the National Association of the Deaf

Languages

Vocabulary
ASL
Spanish
English
French

ASL Sentence
SIGNER A- YOU LEARN FRENCH
YOU?
SIGNER B- NO I LEARN FRENCH
NOT, I LEARN ASL
Oh I see
STUDENTS PRACTICE
ENGLISH
FRENCH
ASL
SPANISH

ASL Sentence
TEACHER- I TEACH SPANISH I?
SPANISH
ENGLISH
FRENCH
ASL/SIGN

Vocabulary
DEAF
HEARING
HARD OF HEARING

Review Vocabulary
ASL
Spanish
English
French
Elementary

School

Middle

JR HS

High

School/

School (HS)

Continued ..
College

Pay

University
NTID

Right/correct

at RIT

Gallaudet

University

Washington,

D.C.

Lemoyne
Syracuse
Oswego

OCC

attention

University

Know
Dont

know

Remember
Wrong

Signer

A: Ask if B is
hearing
a student
learning ASL
learning at
(name of school)
Signer B: Affirm
A: Respond

Signer

A: Ask if B is
Deaf
a teacher
learning (name
another language)
learning at (name
another college)
Signer B: Negate, correct
information
A: Respond

1. Language(s) you grew


up with

1. Language(s) you grew up with


2. Other languages you learned in
high
school or college
Where did you learn the
language
How many years did you
study it
How much do you still
remember

How much language does one still remember

100%

0%

Very Difficult

Very Easy

VERY

EASY

RE-RAISEDREMEMBER MOST

S0-SO

EASY

BOTH

SO-SO

DIFFICULT

(#) YEAR

VERY

DIFFICULT

STILL

SPEAK

REMEMBER SOME
REMEMBER LITTLE-BIT

COLLEGE FORGET#ALL

Carols Language Background


1. Carol (raise eyebrows)
grew up speaking English and Spanish

2. high school (raise eyebrows)


learned French
2 years

3. college (raise eyebrows)


learned French
100%
3 years
how much language remembered

0%

4. currently (raise eyebrows)


learning American Sign Language
Gallaudet University
level of difficulty

very difficult

very easy

HOMEWORK - My Language
Background Narrative Practice
1. ME (raise eyebrows)
grew up speaking __ENGLISH______

2. high school (raise eyebrows)


learned ____SPANISH_____
__4__ years

3. college (raise eyebrows)


learned ___FRENCH____
100%
_2__ years
how much language remembered NONE

0%

4. currently (raise eyebrows)


learning American Sign Language
at _____Lemoyne______
level of difficulty
very EASY

very difficult

very easy

B C

W X

Bev (b, v)

Rob (r, b)

Val (v, l)

Alex (l, x)

Drew (d, r, w)

Raul (r, u, l)

Kurt (k, u, r)
l)

Carol (c, r,

Frank (f, r, k)
k)

Vicki (v, c,

Leisure Activities

Leisure Activities

Describe or act out for your partner your


hobby or what you like to do in your free
time. Be sure to include enough detail so
your partner can follow along.

Find a new partner. This time describe


your previous partners hobby to your
new partner. Point out who you are
talking about before you begin.

20
2526

21

22
27

26quarter

23
28

24
29

12

18

17

11

14

21

15

26

23

27

19

22

Number Practice
Circle

Then

the number your partner signs to you

switch roles.

Focus
You
Be

on the numbers

can practice the signs afterwards if you have time

sure you state which one you are talking about like # 1
28 etc.

Signer A: Give subtraction


problem
Signer B: Give answer

Names with Double Letters


1. Letters that bounce
Bobby Libby Duffy
Carrie Willie Nikki

2. Letters without a bounce


Timmy Maddy Danny
Kitty Bessie

3. Letters that move


sideways
LeeYoon

Aaron

Fingerspelling Activity
BEV

VAL

DON

DREW

KURT

ERIN

FRANK

ALEX

ROB

CAROL

RAUL

TOM

VICKI

BILL

Names with Double Letters


1. Letters that bounce
Bobby Libby Duffy
Carrie Willie Nikki

2. Letters without a bounce


Timmy Maddy Danny
Kitty Bessie

3. Letters that move


sideways
LeeYoon

Aaron

Agreement Verbs

What?

Modify

the movement and orientation of agreement verbs to


agree with the subject and object of a sentence

HE/SHE-HELP-ME
HE/SHE=HELP-YOU
HE/SHE-HELP-HIM/HER
YOU-HELP-HIM/HER

HELP
TELL
SHOW-TO
GIVE
LOOK

AT

Game: Pass It On
Same idea as Telephone game
Two rows, one person faces
me, then will tell others in
fingerspelling and signs
I will fingerspell and signs to
that person, the last person
has to come and fingerspell
and signs what I explained.
THEN REPEAT 2 more times !

NO cheating/No voice

CARD GAMES ACTIVITY

One student in each group deals out six cards to each player. The
remaining cards are piled face down in the middle of the group for
students to draw from.

Players discard any matching pairs in their hand.

Players take turn asking another player if that player has a matching
card by describing the card they want.

S: YOU HAVE (describe card) with yes/no q (raised eyebrows)

If the player has the matching card, they surrender it to the player who
requested it. That person then discards the matching pair and goes on to
ask another player for a card.

The person with the most pairs of cards win the game.

HOMEWORK

Review Lessons 1 &


2

HOMEWORK - My Language
Background Narrative Practice
1. ME (raise eyebrows)
grew up speaking ________

2. high school (raise eyebrows)


learned _________
____ years

3. college (raise eyebrows)


learned _______
100%
___ years
how much language remembered

0%

currently (raise eyebrows)


learning American Sign Language
at ___________
level of difficulty

very difficult

very easy

FRIENDLY REMINDER
Deaf

Event Cultural Observation Paper DUE 2/16

1st

Language Biography and Self-evaluation Video DUE 2/16,


not 23rd Revised date

No

class on 2/20

Review
Unit

Lessons 1 & 2 today and Friday

1 and 2 Test on Monday, 2/16

Deaf History
(A Series of Helpful References)
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/soundandfury/culture/dhpop/popup1.html - a brief
overview of some highlights of the history of deafness
http://deafness.about.com/od/deafhistory/a/deaftimeline.htm - in depth links to
many aspects of deafness throughout history
http://www.canyons.edu/departments/sign/PowerPoint%201%20-%20Historical
%20Perspective.htm
detailed timeline of the history of deafness, with many good details of deaf
history in North America

Movie - Through Deaf Eyes

Unit 2