March 7. Welcome ASL 1–. Doorbuster - please copy all notes below (both A and B): Giving Directions Map Test:
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Doorbuster- please copy all notes below (both A and B):
Giving Directions Map Test:
A. You will draw a map with 5 different locations/places, occupations, and activities/actions- (using signs in your lists SN 6-10) and then sign it to the class for a test grade . You can help each other create them, but be sure yours is different from the others.
B. You do not need to write a gloss- but you do need to draw the path you will sign for each of the 5 (you will be graded on whether you sign this same path/directions). To be simple, just color code your paths on your map (see my example).
After the Doorbuster, you will view the video that explains the rubric.
Finished? Copy the signs to the right (or sign with someone)---
Doorbuster: 5 min.-Practice the school subject signs (use red MASL! Book too)
Charades– school subject signs- Divide up in teams randomly (draw numbers, or however- so you are in new groups- then, act out a subject, and see which team guesses it first. The winner gets a point for their team, and is the next person to stand up and act a subject out. In 10 min., how many points can each team earn?