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Slides are in the order of ASL 1, ASL 3, then ASL 2. ASL 1 Written Doorbuster: Please remove EVERYTHING from your desks except comp. book, pen/pencil (no tech. needed); copy and match below Remember: written test this Friday over these and yesterday’s famous Deaf people .

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Slides are in the order of asl 1 asl 3 then asl 2

Slides are in the order of ASL 1, ASL 3, then ASL 2


Slides are in the order of asl 1 asl 3 then asl 2

ASL 1 Written Doorbuster: Please remove EVERYTHING from your desks except comp. book, pen/pencil (no tech. needed); copy and match belowRemember: written test this Friday over these and yesterday’s famous Deaf people 

  • Beethovenfounded the first US school for the Deaf

  • Matt Hamill1st legally Deaf player in the NBA

  • Johnnie RayTeenage actress on “Switched at Birth”

  • Thomas Edison1st Miss America who was Deaf

  • William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoyhelped TX Revolution; led co of Texas Rangers

  • Heather WhitestoneUFC Fighter

  • CJ Jonesdeaf poet and journalist, during civil war time

  • LeRoy ColomboTexas Lifeguard, amazing swimmer

  • James “Deaf” Burkepercussionist

  • Deaf Smithinventor

  • Christy Smith1st MLB player who was Deaf

  • Katie LeClercDeaf comedian

  • Lance Allredcontestant on Survivor

  • Evellyn Glennieboxer

  • Laurent ClercComposer, classical

  • Laura Redden SearingAmerican signer/songwriter in the 1950’s


Slides are in the order of asl 1 asl 3 then asl 2

ASL 1 Written Doorbuster: Please remove EVERYTHING from your desks except comp. book, pen/pencil (no tech. needed); copy and match belowRemember: written test this Friday over these and yesterday’s famous Deaf people 

  • Beethovenfounded the first US school for the Deaf

  • Matt Hamill1st legally Deaf player in the NBA

  • Johnnie RayTeenage actress on “Switched at Birth”

  • Thomas Edison1st Miss America who was Deaf

  • William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoyhelped TX Revolution; led co of Texas Rangers

  • Heather WhitestoneUFC Fighter

  • CJ Jonesdeaf poet and journalist, during civil war time

  • LeRoy ColomboTexas Lifeguard, amazing swimmer

  • James “Deaf” Burkepercussionist

  • Deaf Smithinventor

  • Christy Smith1st MLB player who was Deaf

  • Katie LeClercDeaf comedian

  • Lance Allredcontestant on Survivor

  • EvellynGlennieboxer

  • Laurent ClercComposer, classical

  • Laura Redden SearingAmerican signer/songwriter in the 1950’s


Now shhh

Now…. Shhh 

  • Receptive Skills Practice

  • Please number 1-15 in your comp. books, and be sure you can see a “The Gum Story” paper with questions near you.

  • Then you will watch a video, “The Gum Story” and see if you can answer the questions from it 

  • (100% for trying- eyes watching, and shhh )

  • Ticket Out: sentences from Dr. Weast


Asl 3

ASL 3

  • Doorbuster: Find 5--- After the bell (so I can see) get up  and find 5 people- ask and answer a question for each person (not just “how are you” 

  • Ideas

  • “What are you doing over spring break?”

  • “What are your plans tonight/this weekend?”

  • Or anything else in ASL 


Asl 31

ASL 3

  • Finish presentations

  • Receptive skills

  • New signs tomorrow


Slides are in the order of asl 1 asl 3 then asl 2

ASL 2 Written Doorbuster: Please remove EVERYTHING from your desks except comp. book, pen/pencil (no tech. needed); copy and match belowRemember: written test this Friday over these and yesterday’s famous Deaf people 

  • Beethovenfounded the first US school for the Deaf

  • Matt Hamill1st legally Deaf player in the NBA

  • Johnnie RayTeenage actress on “Switched at Birth”

  • Thomas Edison1st Miss America who was Deaf

  • William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoyhelped TX Revolution; led co of Texas Rangers

  • Heather WhitestoneUFC Fighter

  • CJ Jonesdeaf poet and journalist, during civil war time

  • LeRoy ColomboTexas Lifeguard, amazing swimmer

  • James “Deaf” Burkepercussionist

  • Deaf Smithinventor

  • Christy Smith1st MLB player who was Deaf

  • Katie LeClercDeaf comedian

  • Lance Allredcontestant on Survivor

  • Evellyn Glennieboxer

  • Laurent ClercComposer, classical

  • Laura Redden SearingAmerican signer/songwriter in the 1950’s


Slides are in the order of asl 1 asl 3 then asl 2

ASL 2 Written Doorbuster: Please remove EVERYTHING from your desks except comp. book, pen/pencil (no tech. needed); copy and match belowRemember: written test this Friday over these and yesterday’s famous Deaf people 

  • Beethovenfounded the first US school for the Deaf

  • Matt Hamill1st legally Deaf player in the NBA

  • Johnnie RayTeenage actress on “Switched at Birth”

  • Thomas Edison1st Miss America who was Deaf

  • William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoyhelped TX Revolution; led co of Texas Rangers

  • Heather WhitestoneUFC Fighter

  • CJ Jonesdeaf poet and journalist, during civil war time

  • LeRoy ColomboTexas Lifeguard, amazing swimmer

  • James “Deaf” Burkepercussionist

  • Deaf Smithinventor

  • Christy Smith1st MLB player who was Deaf

  • Katie LeClercDeaf comedian

  • Lance Allredcontestant on Survivor

  • EvellynGlennieboxer

  • Laurent ClercComposer, classical

  • Laura Redden SearingAmerican signer/songwriter in the 1950’s


Asl 2 now receptive skills practice

ASL 2– Now…Receptive Skills Practice

  • “The Gum story” --- starting off with an easy story  Signs to remember: SHOE, TREE, STUCK, WALKING, GUM

  • Please number #1-#15 in your comp. books

  • Be able to see the questions (#1-#15) sheet

  • Ready? Just watch the first time (3 min.) - no writing.

  • Then, I will stop at each section for you to write.


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