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Family Photo. Unit 5 . Signs Related to Family, Relationships, & Life Events. FAMILY. MOTHER. FATHER. PARENTS. DAUGHTER. SON. SISTER. BROTHER. TWINS/TRIPLETS. BABY. CHILD. CHILDREN. KID. WIFE. HUSBAND. FAMILY MOTHER FATHER PARENTS DAUGHTER SON SISTER BROTHER. TWINS

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Family Photo

Unit 5

Signs

Related to

Family,

Relationships,

&

Life Events

















Review

FAMILY

MOTHER

FATHER

PARENTS

DAUGHTER

SON

SISTER

BROTHER

TWINS

TRIPLETS

BABY

CHILD

CHILDREN

KID

WIFE

HUSBAND

REVIEW












Review1

AUNT

UNCLE

COUSIN

NEPHEW

NIECE

GRANDFATHER

GRANDMOTHER

GRANDSON

GRANDDAUGHTER

REVIEW



Review2

FRIEND

BEST-FRIEND

BOYFRIEND

GIRL-FRIEND

FIRST

HALF

EX-(BOYFRIEND,GIRLFRIEND)

LAW(BROTHER-IN-LAW, SISTER-IN-LAW)

ADOPT

STEPFATHER

STEPMOTHER

S-T-E-P (BROTHER,SISTER)

FOSTER/FAKE

REVIEW


Review3

BORN/BIRTH

YOUNG/YOUTH

AGE/OLD

ALIVE/LIVE

GROW-UP

GROW-UP-TOGETHER

ALONE

ROOMMATE

TOGETHER

FLIRTING

GO-STEADY

HUG

KISS

SWEETHEART

FALL-IN-LOVE

LOVE

I LOVE YOU

ENGAGED

WEDDING

MARRIED

PREGNANT

RELATIONSHIP

SEPARATE

BACK TOGETHER

DIVORCED

REMARRY

STILL LIVING

DEAD/DIE

REVIEW


Other vocabulary
OTHER VOCABULARY

  • PERSON

  • PEOPLE

  • LOOKS/APPEARANCE/FACE

  • LOOK-LIKE

  • BEAUTIFUL

  • CUTE

  • PICTURE

  • STORY

  • MANY/LOTS


Pronouns (review)

  • Regular Pronouns-

    • Replace a person’s name

    • Handshape: “1”

    • Me, you, he/she, we/us, you+all, they/them

  • Possessive Pronouns

    • Show ownership

    • Handshape: “closed 5”

    • My/mine, your, hers/his, our, yours, their


* If you are talking about a person who is not present in the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.


Review vocabulary
Review Vocabulary the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.


Review4

FAMILY the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

MOTHER

FATHER

PARENTS

DAUGHTER

SON

SISTER

BROTHER

TWINS

TRIPLETS

BABY

CHILD

CHILDREN

KID

WIFE

HUSBAND

REVIEW


Review5

AUNT the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

UNCLE

COUSIN

NEPHEW

NIECE

GRANDFATHER

GRANDMOTHER

GRANDSON

GRANDDAUGHTER

REVIEW


Review6

FRIEND the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

BEST-FRIEND

BOYFRIEND

GIRL-FRIEND

FIRST

HALF

EX-(BOYFRIEND,GIRLFRIEND)

LAW(BROTHER-IN-LAW, SISTER-IN-LAW)

ADOPT

STEPFATHER

STEPMOTHER

S-T-E-P (BROTHER,SISTER)

FOSTER/FAKE

REVIEW


Review7

BORN/BIRTH the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

YOUNG/YOUTH

AGE/OLD

ALIVE/LIVE

GROW-UP

GROW-UP-TOGETHER

ALONE

ROOMMATE

TOGETHER

FLIRTING

GO-STEADY

HUG

KISS

SWEETHEART

FALL-IN-LOVE

LOVE

I LOVE YOU

ENGAGED

WEDDING

MARRIED

PREGNANT

RELATIONSHIP

SEPARATE

BACK TOGETHER

DIVORCED

REMARRY

STILL LIVING

DEAD/DIE

REVIEW


Other vocabulary1
OTHER VOCABULARY the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

  • PERSON

  • PEOPLE

  • LOOKS/APPEARANCE/FACE

  • LOOK-LIKE

  • BEAUTIFUL

  • CUTE

  • PICTURE

  • STORY

  • MANY/LOTS


Regular pronouns numbers
Regular Pronouns + Numbers the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

Plural Pronouns

Instead of “2”, use the handshape “K”

  • US (handshape is a number 2-9)

    • CLOSE to body

    • Ex: *2 of us, 3 of us, 4 of us, 5 of us

  • YOU (handshape is a number 2-9)

    • Arm outstretched in front, eye contact

    • Ex: *2 of you, 3 of you, you four, you five

  • THEM (handshape is a number 2-9)

    • Arm outstretched to side, no eye contact

    • Ex: *2 of them, 3 of them, those 4, 5 of them


Master asl supplement pg 12
Master ASL: Supplement pg 12 the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

  • Those four

  • You and me

  • You three

  • You and her

  • These five

  • The six of them

  • You, me, and him

  • She and I

  • The five of you

  • Those two

  • Us five

  • Two of them

  • Us two

  • You two

  • Those two


Contrastive Structure the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

What are the parts of this?

Referent or deixis? (same thing)

Pointing. It “sets up” a person in space… you can refer back to them.

Eyegaze?

Look at the item you’ve set up

Bodyshifting?

Shift your shoulders and head… NOT your body.


Examples the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

I have 2 siblings. My sister is 22 and my brother is 28.

I have 2 aunts. My Aunt Olivia is married but my Aunt Susie is divorced.

I love my dogs. Spot is playful. Roxy is always tired.


Contrastive structure practice body shifting sign the following sentences to your partner
Contrastive Structure Practice the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.(body shifting) Sign the following sentences to your partner.

Signer One:

Signer Two:

My father is a teacher and my mother is a secretary.

There are 23 boys and 25 girls in my family.

My sister is deaf and my brother is hearing.

  • My mother likes coffee and my father likes tea.

  • My grandmother is 65 and my grandfather is 72.

  • My uncle is ugly but my aunt is pretty.


Signer One: the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

Signer Two:

I love science but I hate math.

My son is 14 and my daughter is 18.

The principal is strict but the counselor is sweet.

  • I have 5 children; 2 are boys and 3 are girls.

  • Phillip is married and Chris is divorced.

  • My mother lives in Houston and my dad lives in Dallas.


Partner practice
Partner Practice the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

  • With a partner, sign sentences comparing two of your friends, siblings, or preferences using these topics:

  • Names

  • Number of siblings

  • Likes/preferences

  • Mode of transportation

  • Educational status

  • Color of car


Negation

Negation the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

Grammar using Negation


Negation1
Negation the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.


Grammar practice negative responses
Grammar Practice: the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.Negative Responses

  • Mary will sign six questions. You are to sign two negative responses to each question:

    • Negative statement

    • Negating and correcting the information

      I will stop the video after each question and you will sign your responses to your partner. When I start the DVD again, Ron and Cinnie will each demonstrate one type of negative response.


Negation2
Negation the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

  • NO

  • NOT

  • NONE

  • NOT-YET/LATE

  • “wave no”

  • WON’T/REFUSE

  • NEVER


Comprehension

Comprehension the room, first indicate who and designate a space to your right or left to represent that person. Then every time you point to that designated space, it functions like “he” or “she.” You should continue using the same point of reference as long as you are talking about that person.

Ten Years Later…


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