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Unit Two Vocabulary Getting Started. Asking for help. Using WH-signs and Facial Expressions . Classroom Signs. Engaging in Basic Conversation. Days of the Week. Activities. GRAB-an opportunity. NONE. WARNING. BOOK. DESK/TABLE. to GIVE-TO.

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Unit Two Vocabulary

Getting Started

Asking for help

Using WH-signs and Facial Expressions

Classroom Signs

Engaging in Basic Conversation

Days of the Week

Activities

to give to
to GIVE-TO

GIVE is a directional sign. This means I-GIVE-YOU. If you change the movement toward yourself it becomes YOU-GIVE-ME. You can also sign with both hands to GIVE-EACH-OTHER or TRADE.

to help help me etc
to HELP/HELP-ME/etc…

Help is a directional sign. When using HELP as a general sign the movement is straight up. For HELP-ME the movement is toward your body. For the sign HELP-YOU simply move the sign toward the other person. You will learn many more directional signs later.

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NEED

When you change the movement to one strong downward movement the sign becomes MUST/HAVE-TO.

to move
to MOVE

Move can be a directional sign.

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SURE

The sign for SURE is also the same sign as TRUE and REALLY. Your facial expressions will change depending on which meaning you want to convey.

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NOT

This is also the sign for DON’T.

you re welcome x3
YOU’RE WELCOMEx3

You will also see the sign (two thumbs up) for YOUR WELCOME.

classifier
Classifier

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To STAND/STANDING

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HOME

The sign for HOME began as EAT/SLEEP as home is where you eat and sleep. Over time the sign evolved to maintaining the same handshape in both positions.

to walk
to WALK

Here the flat hands represent two feet taking steps forward.

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READ

Not only can the fingers represent legs, but they also represent the eyes. Here, two eyes read the page.

to walk to
to WALK-TO

With this sign the fingers represent the two legs as they walk .

cancel to correct to grade
CANCEL/to CORRECT/to GRADE

Often CANCEL is signed bigger.

student
STUDENT

The sign for student is LEARN + the agent marker, which represents a person. Can you see how the sign brings the information off the page and into the head?

teacher
TEACHER

Here you see that the information is coming out of the head to be given away to others (the sign for TEACH) and the agent marker is added to make it a person.

to be wrong error
to be WRONG/ERROR

The sign for MISTAKE is very similar to the sign for WRONG. Instead of just touching the chin, the sign twists from right to left.

question mark
Question Mark

When to use the Question Mark:

-best informally

-NOT with “wh” questions

The question mark does not replace the “Question Maker” (eyebrows up). It is used to emphasize that a question has been asked and that the signer expects a response.

to ask
to ASK

Just as we saw that HELP is a directional sign, ASK is a directional sign as well. See how the movement changes direction depending on who is asking whom.

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FOOD

Although FOOD and EAT are interchangeable signs, often you will see them as a noun/verb pair. We will learn about these later. What does this mean?

To-eat

Food

Well… for a verb (EAT) you sign one big movement and for a noun (FOOD) you sign it twice with a smaller controlled movement.

to eat
to EAT

Although FOOD and EAT are interchangeable signs, often you will see them as a noun/verb pair. We will learn about these later. What does this mean?

To-eat

Food

Well… for a verb (EAT) you sign one big movement and for a noun (FOOD) you sign it twice with a smaller controlled movement.

to be hungry
to be HUNGRY

Cool Information:

The sign for WISH is the exact same sign as HUNGRY!

restaurant
RESTAURANT

CAFETERIA is signed the same way but with a “C” handshape. NAPKIN is singed with a “flat O” handshape.

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Days of the week can be signed toward or away from the body depending on the signs preceding or following.

Mostly, the palm orientation is in.

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Alternate signs for Thursday.

Most commonly used.

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This is the sign your book teaches for SUNDAY.

Another very popular way to sign SUNDAY is with the hands moving up and down facing forward.

to play sports compete
to PLAY SPORTS/COMPETE

This sign is also used to mean COMPETE or COMPITION and you will also see it to mean RUN-TRACK and RACE.

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DAY

The sign for DAY shows the sun moving across the horizon.

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WEEK

The sign for week moves across the hand from left to right, just as the days of the week move across a calendar.

weekend
WEEKEND

Here you see the sign for week and then it drops off to show the end of the week

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WHO

Alternate signs for WHO

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WHAT

Another common sign you will see for WHAT is the right index finger dragged across the left open 5 hand.

water fountain
WATER FOUNTAIN

You can be more specific, but it isn’t really necessary.

more asl models
More ASL models…
  • MASL Vocab – Pam Walker – no voice – by page
  • MASL page 61:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsH1_7NAvNg
  • MASL page 64
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVzZJv6P8qk
  • MASL page 66
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Crb0HqeE0Ks
  • Underkd – with voice - alpha
  • Unit 2a
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuX7v3Qwt2c&feature=related
  • Unit 2b
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSm-ky9_2_g&feature=related
  • Unit 2c
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0SYbYplKdw&feature=related
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