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What is ASL?. Haley Maine . American Sign Language. Own language Different from all other languages Visual not listening language Has own sentence structure. top. American Sign Language. Deaf culture is its own culture Very “dedicated” to their culture Do not feel they are “handicapped”

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What is ASL?

Haley Maine


American sign language
American Sign Language

  • Own language

  • Different from all other languages

  • Visual not listening language

  • Has own sentence structure

top


American sign language1
American Sign Language

  • Deaf culture is its own culture

  • Very “dedicated” to their culture

  • Do not feel they are “handicapped”

  • Most would rather not hear if given the choice


American sign language2
American Sign Language

Can you sign your name? Your age?


American sign language3
American Sign Language

  • Color Vocab:

    • Blue

    • Green

    • Black

    • Pink

    • Orange

    • White

    • Purple

    • Tan

    • Gold

    • Yellow

    • Red

    • Silver

    • Grey


American sign language4
American Sign Language

  • Vocab Words:

    • Car

    • Drive

    • Fast

    • Slow

    • Careful

    • Help

    • Want

    • Ask

    • Name

    • Age

  • Vocab Words:

    • Me

    • My

    • You

    • Yours

    • He

    • She

    • They

    • We

    • Our

    • And


American sign language5
American Sign Language

  • Written form of ASL is called GLOSS

  • Example

    • English: That car is blue.

    • ASL: CAR THERE-R BLUE.


American sign language6
American Sign Language

  • GLOSS

    • ASL written language

    • Written in all CAPS

    • THERE means to place the subject in an area that you point to

  • Structure

    • SUBJECT ADJECTIVE

      • Ex: That car is black.

      • CAR-THERE BLACK.

  • Try to make a sentence (in English) using the vocab

  • Now write it in GLOSS


American sign language7
American Sign Language

  • Put these English sentences into GLOSS

    • My car is fast.

    • She wants help.

    • The car is green and red.


American sign language8
American Sign Language

  • Sign this:

    • My name is _________.

      • (fingerspell your name)

    • I am 13 years old.

      • (ME AGE 13)

Alphabet


American sign language9
American Sign Language

  • TEKS for this lesson:

    114.22

    • (A) understand short utterances when listening and respond orally with learned material;

    • (B) produce learned words, phrases, and sentences when speaking and writing;

    • (C) detect main ideas in familiar material when listening and reading;

    • (B) demonstrate understanding of simple, clearly spoken, and written language such as simple stories, high-frequency commands, and brief instructions when dealing with familiar topics; and

    • (C) present information using familiar words, phrases, and sentences to listeners and readers.

  • TEKS for this lesson

    111.14

    • (2.1)  Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student understands how place value is used to represent whole numbers.

    • The student is expected to:

    • (A)  use concrete models of hundreds, tens, and ones to represent a given whole number (up to 999) in various ways;

    • (A)  recall and apply basic addition and subtraction facts ( to 18);

    • (B)  model addition and subtraction of two-digit numbers with objects, pictures, words, and numbers

A link for a video of a word/sign:

http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm


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