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March 7. Welcome ASL 1–. Doorbuster - please copy all notes below (both A and B): Giving Directions Map Test:

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March 7

March 7


Welcome asl 1

Welcome ASL 1–

  • 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)---


Asl 1

ASL 1-

  • Doorbuster- 15 min.

  • Rubric- view video- 5 min.

  • Create maps,then turn in to the substitute-15-20min.

  • Video for WSQ Reflection- Karen Putz Deaf Mom Denied Service in the Drive Through (2:54)

  • Ticket Out- pack up, turn in work, flashcards until the bell (5 min.)


Welcome asl 2

Welcome ASL 2-

  • Doorbuster- please copy all notes below (10 min.):

  • Narrating (telling a story) about Life Events- transitions from event to event require eyebrows up =t (topic eyebrows)

  • To create transitions, have a slight pause, and then either:

    • 1. Insert a “when” statement _______t_

      • “when I was 14 years old …” - signed: AGE 14 ME …

    • 2. Insert a TIME sign: ______t_

      • “June, 2035, …” - signed: JUNE 2035 ….

  • Finished? Please copy signs to the right, or sign with someone…

  • Then, copy the Debate list together as a class at least once


Transitions activity using debate signs choose partners teams 10 min prepare then present

Transitions Activity using Debate signs- choose partners/teams- 10 min. prepare, then present!

  • In teams, open your comp. book to your Debate signs list (play the signs continuously on front screen if needed)

  • Each person prepares a Debate statement-with at least 1 debate sign. Pick & sign a topic, & then your opinion of it (each person in your team picks a different topic). Then sign these to the class! 

  • As you go from person to person (and topic to topic), each person begins with eyebrows raised to show transitions.___________ __t

  • Eg. Person A-TEEN/YOUTH PHONE TEXT, CLASS SHOULD ALLOW.

  • ___________t__

  • PERSON B- DRIVING AGE, AGE 14 THINK SHOULD, MY OPINION.


Asl 2

ASL 2

  • Doorbuster (10 min.)

  • Transitions activity- sentences, presented to the class (rest of class)

  • Ticket Out


Welcome asl 3

Welcome ASL 3

  • Doorbuster: 5 min.-Practice the school subject signs (use red MASL! Book too)

  • Activities:

    • 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?

    • Project time

  • Ticket Out


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