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Unit 8 Vocabulary. ASL 1 Class Summer 2011. Family & Friends. Ask & give information about the family & relationships Indicate past, present and future tenses Use FINISH Personal pronouns incorporating 1+ persons (TWO-OF-YOU, THREE-OF-US) Culture: Hearing Status, Deaf Family ties.

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unit 8 vocabulary

Unit 8 Vocabulary

ASL 1 Class

Summer 2011

family friends
Family & Friends
  • Ask & give information about the family & relationships
  • Indicate past, present and future tenses
  • Use FINISH
  • Personal pronouns incorporating 1+ persons (TWO-OF-YOU, THREE-OF-US)
  • Culture: Hearing Status, Deaf Family ties
family
FAMILY

SINCE

GATHER-TOGETHER

TWO-YEARS

TOMORROW

DEAF

NOT-YET

PARENTS

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SISTER

BROTHER

HEARING

OF-COURSE

dialogue p 97
Dialogue, p. 97
  • A: MY FAMILY GATHER-TOGETHER TOMORROW. NOT-YET GATHER-TOGETHER SINCE TWO YEAR.
  • B: FAMILY DEAF?
  • A: PARENTS DEAF, SISTER DEAF, TWO BROTHER, ONE DEAF, ONE HEARING
  • B: BROTHER HEARING, SIGN?
  • A: OF-COURSE!
culture notes
Culture Notes:
  • It is a common cultural and social practice to give information about whether one’s family members are hearing or Deaf.
  • Deaf people make connections through understanding an individual’s relationship to the Deaf Community.
  • It also tells something about the individual and their experiences.
  • Understanding whether or not the hearing members in a Deaf person’s family sign contributes to understanding the Deaf person’s life experiences.
practice a p 98
Practice A, p. 98
  • Ask your partner if these people in his/her family are Deaf or hearing:
    • PARENTS, MOTHER, FATHER
    • BROTHER
    • SISTER
    • AUNT
    • UNCLE
    • COUSIN
    • GRANDFATHER / GRANDMOTHER
  • Ask your partner if these individuals can sign.
yesterday

HOW-MANY

YESTERDAY

YEAR

MEET

TWO-OF-US

HUSBAND

REALIZE

TWO-OF-YOU

CHILDREN

MARRY

daughter
DAUGHTER

SON

#ALL

dialogue 2
Dialogue 2
  • A: YESTERDAY I MEET-HIM YOUR HUSBAND. TWO-OF-YOU MARRY, HOW-MANY YEARS?
  • B: TWO-OF-US MARRY 6 YEARS.
  • A: WOW! I NOT REALIZE SINCE. HAVE CHILDREN?
  • B: TWO DAUGHTER, ONE SON.
  • A: DEAF, HEARING?
  • B: #ALL DEAF.
grammar note
Grammar Note:
  • Introduce PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE tenses at the beginning or end of the sentence.
    • Ex: YESTERDAY, I MEET HIM.
    • Or: I MEET-HIM YESTERDAY.
  • Once tense has been established, it does not need to be repeated in each sentence.
common tense signs
Common Tense Signs:

Present Tense

Future Tense

  • NOW
  • TODAY

Past Tense

  • YESTERDAY
  • BEFORE
  • RECENT
  • LONG-AGO
  • TOMORROW
  • WILL
  • LATER
  • AFTER-A-WHILE
  • FAR-IN-FUTURE
phrases using tense
Phrases Using Tense
  • TODAY MY BIRTHDAY
  • I BEFORE MARRY. NOW DIVORCE.
  • MARRY AGAIN WILL I.
  • TWO-OF-YOU MARRY, HOW-MANY YEAR?
  • US-TWO MARRY 6 YEAR.
  • YOU-TWO MARRY RECENT?
plural personal pronouns
Plural Personal Pronouns
  • Some personal pronouns can incorporate number, as in TWO-OF-YOU or TWO-OF-US. This works for numbers up to 5. Other examples:
    • TWO-OF-THEM
    • THREE-OF-US
    • FOUR-OF-THEM
    • FIVE-OF-YOU
practice 2 p 102
Practice 2, p. 102
  • Follow the examples in your books on page 102.
  • Please ask if you have questions.
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NO

FRIEND

FINISH

SEE-YOU

LOOK-LIKE

GOOD-FRIEND

GO-TOGETHER

GROW-UP-TOGETHER

WRONG

BOYFRIEND

dialogue practice
Dialogue Practice
  • A: YESTERDAY I SEE YOU. WITH FRIEND?
  • B: TWO-OF-US GOOD-FRIEND GROW-UP-TOGETHER.
  • A: BOYFRIEND?
  • B: (gesture no) FRIEND FINISH.
  • A: OH-I-SEE. LOOK-LIKE YOU-TWO GO-TOGETHER. I WRONG I.
slide18
Note

FINISH is used in these ways:

  • To indicate extent or limit.
    • Ex: WE FRIEND FINISH.
    • Or I TAKE-UP ASL FINISH.
  • Before or after the verb to show completed action.
    • Ex: BOOK I FINISH READ I.
    • Or BOOK I READ FINISH I.
  • By itself to mean, “Stop it!” by using a sharp, single movement.
    • FINISH
practice 3 p 105
Practice 3, p. 105
  • Tell your partner you have completed the following actions:
    • Ex: Seen your friend.
      • FRIEND I SEE FINISH I.
      • FRIEND I FINISH SEE I.
      • Refer to p. 105 for the prompts.
vocabulary
VOCABULARY

Family Members

Relationships

  • FAMILY
  • PARENTS / MOTHER / FATHER
  • GRANDMOTHER /GRANDFATHER
  • AUNT / UNCLE
  • COUSIN
  • HUSBAND / WIFE
  • DAUGHTER /SON
  • CHILDREN
  • NEWPHEW / NIECE
  • MARRY
  • SEPARATED
  • DIVORCE
  • BACK-TOGETHER
  • FRIEND
  • GOOD-FRIEND
  • GO-STEADY, DATING
  • BOYFRIEND
  • GIRLFRIEND
  • ROOMMATE
  • GROW-UP-TOGETHER
vocabulary1
Vocabulary

Tense Indicators

Other Vocabulary

  • NOW, TODAY, PRESENT
  • TODAY
  • YESTERDAY, PAST
  • RECENT, RECENTLY
  • LONG-AGO
  • BEFORE, PAST, AGO
  • TOMORROW
  • WILL, FUTURE
  • LATER
  • AFTER-AWHILE
  • FAR-IN-FUTURE
  • #ALL
  • SINCE, UP-TILL-NOW
  • OF-COURSE, NATURALLY
  • REALLY
  • REALIZE, REASON
  • LONG, LENGTHY
  • SHORT
  • TIME
  • BIRTHDAY
  • SEEM, APPEARS
  • WITH, TOGETHER
  • FINISH
  • MOVIE
song practice folklore
SONG PRACTICE/ FOLKLORE
  • PRACTICE SONG 2Xs
  • REVIEW FOLKLORE STORY 1-2Xs.
that s it
That’s it.
  • Next week we’ll work on the Folklore story & song.
    • You MIGHT have a test. 
  • Our final day will be a pot-luck silent dinner – just us – to practice what we’ve learned in a social setting.
    • Please sign up to bring something.
  • Silent Suppers is having a meet-up on August 13 @ 6:00 here at the church building (FLC). It’s a “Murder Mystery Dinner.” If you want to go, please let me know & sign up.
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