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Complaining, Making Suggestions and Requests. Unit 12 Based on Signing Naturally Level 2, Unit 14. Unit 12 Major Goals. Complain about and respond to ailments & illness, people, and pets Make and respond to suggestions and requests Use recurring and continuous time inflections

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complaining making suggestions and requests

Complaining, Making Suggestions and Requests

Unit 12

Based on Signing Naturally Level 2, Unit 14

Unit 12

unit 12 major goals
Unit 12Major Goals
  • Complain about and respond to ailments & illness, people, and pets
  • Make and respond to suggestions and requests
  • Use recurring and continuous time inflections
  • Use conditional sentences
  • Use role-shifting and characterization in narratives

Unit 12

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Pain

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cramps
Cramps

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cough
Cough

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feel tired
Feel-tired

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vomit
Vomit

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feel dizzy
Feel-dizzy

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diarrhea
Diarrhea

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feel sore
Feel-sore

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feel lousy
Feel-lousy

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concern
Concern

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what s wrong
“What’s wrong?”

“Are you ok?”

“Are you alright?”

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sign at least six different sentences telling about an illness using the format below
Sign at least six different sentences telling about an illness using the format below.

Describe illness

(use chart on right)

Person

Me

(name)

Brother

Aunt

Mom

Cousin

My friend

Time

Yesterday

Last month

Saturday

Last year

Last week

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awful
Awful!

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remedies
Remedies

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medicine
Medicine

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take pill
Take-pill

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making suggestions about health dialogue format
“Making Suggestions About Health” Dialogue Format
  • Dialogue format –
    • Signer A: Express concern
    • Signer B: Complain about present condition
    • Signer A: Show empathy, make suggestion
    • Signer B: Respond

Unit 12

fast forward a game for modifying signs
“Fast Forward…”A game for modifying signs
  • Everyone stands in a circle
  • Each person thinks of one sign they like, then take turns signing it.
  • Now change the sign in the following ways:
  • Sign it big
  • Sign it fast
  • Sign it slow
  • Sign it low
  • Sign it high
  • Sign it small
  • Repeat it many times
  • Sign it backwards
  • Sign it privately
  • Sign it cheerfully
  • Sign it sadly
  • Sign it crazy
  • Sign it surprised
  • Sign it angrily
  • Sign it emphatically
  • Sign it doubtfully

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recurring and continuous inflections
Recurring and Continuous Inflections

An inflection is a change or modification in the way a sign is moved. When signing about illnesses, symptoms can happen repeatedly or continuously. Use a time sign and modify the movement of a sign for an illness or a symptom to explain how it has affected someone. Use NMS to show intensity or severity.

recurring

continuous

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Examples of Recurring/Continuous Inflections #1

uninflected

recurring

continuous

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all night
All-night

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all day
All-day

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all week
All-week

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all month
All-month

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uninflected continuous or recurring
Uninflected, Continuous or Recurring?

Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14

On the video, you will see 18 sentences, each with an uninflected or inflected verb sign indicating how often the activity has occurred. On the handout, circle which verb form is used in the sentence. Also note how the time signs agree with the inflections.

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translate the following sentences into asl using recurring or continuous time signs and inflections
Every afternoon I have a headache.

On Mondays, I’m tired.

I get a cold/runny nose every 3 months or so.

Once a year I get a sore throat.

All afternoon I had a headache.

I was tired all day Monday.

For 3 months I’ve had a cold/runny nose!

For a whole year my throat has been sore.

Translate the following sentences into ASL using recurring or continuous time signs and inflections.
classifier practice at the garage purpose using classifiers and mime without fingerspelling
Classifier Practice-“At the Garage”Purpose: Using Classifiers and mime without fingerspelling

For this game, pretend you are in a foreign country. Your car has a problem, and you need to communicate what is wrong, but you can neither speak nor sign to the mechanic. You can use acting, gesturing and handshapes to describe the problem with your car.

Each person gets a card with a car problem. Take turns being the customer and the mechanic until everybody has had a chance to be both. The mechanic shows that he/she understands by facial expression and mimicking or repeating what the customer has described.

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sick of it
Sick-of-it

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always
Always

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stuck unsure how or unable to change a situation
Stuck, “unsure how, or unable to change a situation”

Example: I don’t know what to do! I work at 8, and I don’t have a ride or money for the bus.

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inflections for behaviors or tendencies
Inflections for Behaviors or Tendencies

Remember: an inflection is a modification of a sign that can show how often something occurs. If a person or pet do something repeatedly or exhibit a certain behavior frequently, the sign will be repeated several times, and an NMS added that illustrates the intent of the behavior.

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shedding
Shedding

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barking
Barking

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biting
Biting

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spilling
Spilling

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fighting
Fighting

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forgetting things
Forgetting things

Homework?

Jacket?

Backpack?

Brush my teeth?

Clean my room?

Eat my vegetables?

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crying
Crying

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screaming
Screaming

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lying
Lying

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arguing
Arguing

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fearful
Fearful

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worries
Worries

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nervous
Nervous

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smokes
Smokes

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body odor
Body odor

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always comes over
Always-comes-over

Comes to my place

Go to their place

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gossips
Gossips

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complaing making suggestions dialogue format
“Complaing & Making Suggestions” Dialogue Format
  • Dialogue format –
    • Signer A: Complain about:
      • Pet
      • Children
      • Roommate or Partner
      • Sibling
      • Neighbor
    • Signer B: Show empathy, make suggestion
    • Signer A: Respond

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a good solution
A Good Solution?

Which solution fits the problem? Each student gets a set of a few problem cue cards and the same number of solutions cue cards. Students mingle and complain to each other using the cues on their complaint cards, but are only allowed to give the solutions that are on their cue cards. Students keep signing with others until they have found a reasonable solution to each of their problem cues. Write down the solutions on a separate piece of paper.

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requests
Requests

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Tell

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Ask

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call this is an older sign referring to a tty call
Call(this is an older sign, referring to a TTY call)

Videophone (VP) calls are shown as above. Only occasionally is this sign used as a directional verb.

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Give

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reasons for requests
Reasons for Requests
  • Need help with tasks
  • Need to change date or time of plan
  • Want to ask a favor of a third person
  • Want to join a group
  • Need someone to hold your place
types of responses
Types of Responses
  • Agree, with condition (Yes, but…)
  • Agree, tell shortcomings or problems (Alright, except…)
  • Decline, tell why (Sorry. No, because…)
  • Decline, suggest another solution (I can’t. Maybe…)
  • Hedge (Well…)
making requests
Making Requests

Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14

Watch how the signers use directional verbs (agreement) and pronouns. Then fill in the requested information on the handout.

asking to borrow a truck
Asking To Borrow a Truck

Signing Naturally 2, Unit 14

Use the translation of the conversations on your handout to help you understand what happens between the signers.