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Title: American Sign Language


1
American Sign Language
  • Our Goal Today look at the board!
  • Homework

2
Agenda
  • Bell work
  • With 3 people
  • chat
  • Pronouns
  • Gender Rule
  • New vocabulary

3
  • Review
  • WH ? Sentences
  • Calendar
  • Animals
  • Pronouns

4
Words you didnt know from your Chat
  • WORK OUT
  • SLEEP
  • BED
  • RAIN
  • DOCTOR 1, 2 (MEDIC MILITARY)
  • To WATCH
  • DISNEYLAND 1, 2
  • COMEDY to LAUGH
  • DAY
  • To DO 1, 2
  • HOME
  • HOUSE
  • NOTHING - NONE

5
MATERIALS YOU NEED
  • Grammar Notes
  • Scratch Paper
  • Paper with the Animal Names on it
  • Be sure to take good notes
  • Todays Lecture will be difficult BUT stay
    focused, ask ?s and LET ME KNOW WHEN YOU DONT
    UNDERSTAND!

6
GLOSS
  • There are 2 meanings for the word GLOSS
  • 1. The official writing system for American Sign
    Language
  • 2. Any word that has an official Sign for it

7
Vocabulary
  • PRONOUNS
  • Handshape S1
  • Personal Pronouns
  • I, ME
  • YOU
  • HE, SHE, IT
  • THEY
  • YOU ALL
  • US, WE

Handshape Flat/Open B Possessive
Pronouns MY, MINE YOUR/YOURS HER(S), HIM,
HIS, ITS THEIR(S) YOU ALLS OUR(S)
Handshape Open A Reflexive Pronouns MYSELF
YOURSELF HERSELF/HIMSELF THEMSELVES YOURSELVES
OURSELVES
Handshape Bent Open B Honorific Pronouns In
reference to people that we revere, honor,
respect.
8
  • Grammar Rules

Take turns signing a sentence using WH? Family
Vocab.
  • Man Woman
  • Boy Girl
  • Dad Mom
  • Grandpa Grandma
  • Brother Sister
  • Uncle Aunt
  • Son Daughter
  • Husband Wife
  • Nephew Niece
  • Cousin Cousin
  • FRIEND
  • IN-LAW
  • Gender Rule
  • All male signs are from the nose to the top of
    the head because they think they know everything
  • All female signs are from the chin to the chest
    because they think with their hearts

9
Same chat as last time -
  • A WHATS UP?
  • B NOTHING. YOU HOW?
  • A I .
  • B NOW WEEKEND, YOU DO WHAT?
  • A reply ask
  • B reply. HOPE YOU HAVE GOOD DAY YOU.
  • A SAME

I am grading you!
10
HOMEWORK
VOICES OFF
  • TRY TO GET THE ANSWERS FROM OTHER PEOPLE

11
WH Question words
  • WH ? Eyebrows down/chin out
  • WHAT WHERE
  • WHEN WHY
  • HOW WHO
  • WHICH

12
5 Parameters 5 components of an ASL Sign
  • Hand shape
  • Orientation
  • Location/Placement
  • Movement
  • Facial Expression

13
Facial Expression is SOOOO important!
  • Eyebrows
  • Mouth Modulation (movement)
  • Chin
  • EYEGAZE!!!

14
GRAMMAR NOTES
  • Person Marker / Agent
  • Examples
  • In ASL some verbs can be changed into nouns by
    adding the person/agent marker to the sign ( -er
    ).
  • It can also convey the inflection ( -ist, -ent,
    -ist, -or)
  • There are some exceptions to this rule
  • Teach person marker Teacher
  • Learn person marker Student
  • Cook person marker Chef
  • Dance person marker Dancer
  • Judge, Doctor, Nurse, Cop

Practice with your partner Create sentences and
sign them
15
Homework
  • Practice ASL at least 60 minutes per day. Make
    it a habit to fingerspell and sign as much as you
    can!
  • Be sure to update your dictionaries DAILY
  • Puzzle Worksheet Period 1, 3, 4, 5 (Due on
    8/21)
  • 10 ASL Sentences using Pronouns, WH?, Family
    Vocabulary Period 4 only (Due 8/24)
  • Study WH? Words, Pronouns and Family Vocabulary

16
DICTIONARY CHECK
  • Please count how many words you have
  • Be sure you have 3 sections of your notebook
  • 1 Dictionary
  • Words should also have descriptions as to how to
    sign the word
  • 2 Grammar Notes Section
  • 3 Deaf Culture Notes Section
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