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  1. Life Events and CountriesUnit 13 Based on Signing Naturally, Unit 15 Unit 13

  2. Unit 13 Major Goals • Discuss life events and nationalities • Use transitions between events in narratives • Use dependent clauses (when clauses) • Use classifiers to describe events Unit 13

  3. Link to signs for countries: http://www.aslresource.net/index.html Countries of the world Unit 13

  4. Europe Unit 13

  5. Africa Unit 13

  6. Middle East and Asia Unit 13

  7. Australia and Oceania Unit 13

  8. South America Unit 13

  9. Central America and Caribbean Unit 13

  10. North America Unit 13

  11. vocabulary Other narrative signs Unit 13

  12. From Unit 13

  13. Itself Unit 13

  14. Around (time) Unit 13

  15. Lie Unit 13

  16. Fiction/fictional, make-up Unit 13

  17. Describing Family History Unit 13

  18. Describing Mixed Nationality mixed heritage strong full mixed half 100% Unit 13

  19. Narrative Sequence • Tell who • Tell background • Tell about changes • Tell about move W F G W W ? E G A E E A E A Family Tree Diagram A Unit 13

  20. Why People Migrate • Economic Reasons • Disasters • Persecution • War • Family Reasons Unit 13

  21. / Conjunctions – Connecting Ideas Unexpected circumstances Compare/contrast, shoulder shifting, use of sign space is used along with on of the following: wrong hit happen but, however finish/then which? Unit 13

  22. Family Background Narrative • Discuss why your family and relatives moved. Include: • Mother’s and father’s side • Use pronouns to refer to a grandparent or great-grandparent • Tell two countries, if possible (ok to invent) • Use at least one of these signs: strong, 100%, full, ½, cross, or mix • Use at least one conjunction that shows an unexpected event : wrong, hit, happen • Tell at least one person’s reason for moving Unit 13

  23. Recording and sending video through email. • Follow this process to get a grade on family background narrative: • Use webcams to videotape a draft of yourself signing about your family history • Use Windows Moviemaker to compress your video file down to 20 MB or less if you can • Name the file family reasons_yourname • Email video to me at (NEW EMAIL!) westlandasl@gmail.com Unit 13

  24. tumblr.com Open tumblr.com account if you have turned in a signed permission slip • Use this convention to name your URL for this project: chmsaslfirstname.tumblr.com • Name your page ASL Share • Use the “video” icon at the top of your ASL Share dashboard page to open a video upload prompt page and upload your video. Unit 13

  25. Family Background Narrative Rubric Unit 12

  26. Family Background Narrative Rubric Unit 12

  27. vocabulary Life Events Unit 13

  28. Grow-up, be-raised Unit 13

  29. Go-through-school-grades Unit 13

  30. Graduate Unit 13

  31. Fall-in-love Unit 13

  32. Conceive, become-pregnant Unit 13

  33. Move-to Unit 13

  34. Offer (job offer) Unit 13

  35. Promote, promotion Unit 13

  36. Transfer (different job) Unit 13

  37. Principal Unit 13

  38. Car accident Unit 13

  39. Retire Unit 13

  40. Settle-down Unit 13

  41. Put-down-roots, settle-down Unit 13

  42. Died, dead Unit 13

  43. Laid-off (work) Unit 13

  44. Burn-down Unit 13

  45. Drop-out, quit (school) Unit 13

  46. Take (test) Unit 13

  47. Pass Unit 13

  48. Fail Unit 13

  49. License Unit 13

  50. Escape Unit 13