“Variations in Conversation” (311) 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 4.1c (312) 1.2, 1.3, 4.2. Assessment criteria – BSL311. Be able to understand social interaction 1.2 Recognise most common variations in signing style and articulation 1.3 Distinguish between signs used in formal and informal situations
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(311) 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 4.1c(312) 1.2, 1.3, 4.2
1.2 Recognise most common variations in signing style and articulation
1.3 Distinguish between signs used in formal and informal situations
1.4 Follow everyday signed and other non verbal polite conventions
4.1 (c) Recognise...formal and informal ways of expressing permission and obligation
1.2 Adapt signing style for formal and informal situations
1.3 Use a range of signed and other non verbal cultural conventions
4.2 Express modal verbs
(can, must, want, should)
Classifiers and Proforms
What are classifiers?
Handshape representing objects,people and movements.
Some examples of classifiers
What are Proforms?
When a classifier (eg a flat hand used to represent a car) moves or changes handshape in space it is called a proform.
A proform is anything that refers to and stands in the place of something previously identified.
Now, lets practiceusing Proforms!
Now, describe a picture for me!
Car parked on the driveway
Path with pots of plants on sides
Trees on either sides with bushes & flowers
Clouds and a sun
And a couple of birds flying over
Localisationcan be achieved in a number of different ways:
Localisation can be used to refer to: