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It’s almost Mid-term time…. are you ready?. Pronouns. What handshape do you use for a personal/index pronoun?. Number 10 Number 5 Closed 5 Number 1. What handshape do you use for a personal/index pronoun?. Number 10 Number 5 Closed 5 Number 1.

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slide7

What handshape do you use for an honorific or possessive pronoun?

  • Number 10
  • Number 5
  • Closed 5
  • Number 1
slide8

What handshape do you use for an honorific or possessive pronoun?

  • Number 10
  • Number 5
  • Closed 5
  • Number 1
slide12

Explain the irony of the number of American representatives compared to the number of the representatives from other countries.

slide13

Out of the 164 participants, only 5 were Americans. They represented 6,000 students which was more than the other 159 participants combined.

slide14

True or False:

The conference took place in England

False:

It took place in Milan, Italy

slide15

What was the result of the conference?

  • Deaf schools must use an oralist approach (no signing)
  • Deaf schools must use a manualist approach (only signing)
slide16

What was the result of the conference?

  • Deaf schools must use an oralist approach (no signing)
  • Deaf schools must use a manualist approach (only signing)
slide18

What signs can be used in when making Rhetorical sentences in ASL?

  • Who?
  • What?
  • Where?
  • Why?
  • All of the above
slide19

What signs can be used in when making Rhetorical sentences in ASL?

  • Who?
  • What?
  • Where?
  • Why?
  • All of the above
slide20

What should your NMGS be when signing the WH- word in a Rhetorical sentence?

  • Eyebrows down
  • Eyebrows up
slide21

What should your NMGS be when signing the WH- word in a Rhetorical sentence?

  • Eyebrows down
  • Eyebrows up
slide24

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

Eyebrows down, lean forward, hold the last sign.

  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide25

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

Eyebrows down, lean forward, hold the last sign.

  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide26

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

Sentence often begins with SUPPOSE

  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide27

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

Sentence often begins with SUPPOSE

  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide28

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Brow raised, pause, ending NMGS varies
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide29

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Brow raised, pause, ending NMGS varies
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide30

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Brow raise with a wh-sign in the middle of the sentence.
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide31

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Brow raise with a wh-sign in the middle of the sentence.
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide32

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Eyebrows up, lean forward, hold the last sign
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide33

Which type of sentence do you do the following NMGS when signing?

  • Eyebrows up, lean forward, hold the last sign
  • Yes/no question
  • Topic/comment
  • Conditional
  • Rhetorical
  • Wh-question
slide36

What NMGS do you use when giving a Command?

  • You use large quick signs, but don’t sign YOU
slide38

When do you use Role Shifting?

  • When telling a story that has more than one character/person.
slide39

What are two ways you can Role Shift?

  • Turning your body from side to side or look up or down to show who’s talking.
  • Take on the “personality” of the character.
slide41

Which sentence structure should you use when talking about two people?

  • Ranking
  • Contrastive Structure
slide42

Which sentence structure should you use when talking about two people?

  • Ranking
  • Contrastive Structure
slide45

True or False:

When using ranking, you rank the people on your dominant hand.

FALSE

slide49

True or False:

When using ranking you can talk about people from different generations.

False

which type of approach
Which type of approach…..
  • Emphasizes speech?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach1
Which type of approach…..
  • Emphasizes speech?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach2
Which type of approach…..
  • Provides an interpreter in regular ed classes?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach3
Which type of approach…..
  • Provides an interpreter in regular ed classes?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach4
Which type of approach…..
  • Uses signing and speaking at the same time?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach5
Which type of approach…..
  • Uses signing and speaking at the same time?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach6
Which type of approach…..
  • Is helpful for lip-reading, but little else?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach7
Which type of approach…..
  • Is helpful for lip-reading, but little else?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach8
Which type of approach…..
  • Emphasizes ASL first then English?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
which type of approach9
Which type of approach…..
  • Emphasizes ASL first then English?
  • Oral
  • Sim-Com
  • Cued Speech
  • Mainstreaming
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural
slide61

What is an IEP and who has one?

  • Individualized Education Plan.
  • Any student with a disability must have one.
slide62

What does IDEA stand for and what is it?

  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
  • It’s a group of laws that guarantees students with disabilities will get a decent public education.
slide63

What does FAPE stand for and what does it guarantee?

  • Free Appropriate Public Education
  • Guarantees that students with disabilities can get a free education that will meet their needs.
slide64

What is MCE or SEE and are they languages?

  • Manual Coded English and Signing Essential English is an example of an MCE.
  • No they aren’t languages, they are visual representations of English.
slide65

What does LRE stand for what does it mean? Give an example of what this might look like for a Deaf student.

  • Least Restrictive Environment means that a child with a disability must be with non-disabled students as much as possible.
  • An example for a Deaf student is mainstreaming.
slide66

What is PSE?

  • Pidgin Signed English. This is using ASL signs in English word order. Many times a Deaf person will Code Switch to PSE when talking to a hearing person without even knowing it.
slide68

How do you sign age numbers?

  • For ages 1-9, it’s incorporated with the sign OLD
  • For ages 10 and above, sign OLD and then the number.
slide69

How do you sign Sport Scores?

  • Use a cardinal number.
  • Score closest to you is who you are supporting
slide70

When your teacher is giving a test, she uses a number as a noun to tell you what number you are on. What movement does she use?

  • She shakes the number.
slide71

When signing someone’s height, what’s the palm orientation and movement of the number?

  • Palm in. The first number is the feet and then the hand moves up to show inches.
slide73

Who was the first president of the NAD?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide74

Who was the first president of the NAD?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide75

Who founded the first Deaf College?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide76

Who founded the first Deaf College?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide77

Who had a Deaf mother and wife yet was a strong proponent of Oralism?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide78

Who had a Deaf mother and wife yet was a strong proponent of Oralism?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide79

Who was the only Deaf person at the Milan Conference?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide80

Who was the only Deaf person at the Milan Conference?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide81

Who said sign language was “God’s noblest gift to Deaf people?”

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide82

Who said sign language was “God’s noblest gift to Deaf people?”

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide83

Who created the statue of Thomas Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell and the statue of Abraham Lincoln?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide84

Who created the statue of Thomas Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell and the statue of Abraham Lincoln?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide85

Who signed the charter establishing the first Deaf college?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide86

Who signed the charter establishing the first Deaf college?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide87

Whose linguistic study proved that ASL is a language?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French
slide88

Whose linguistic study proved that ASL is a language?

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • George Veditz
  • Edward Minor Gallaudet
  • Bill Stokoe
  • James Denison
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Robert McGregor
  • Daniel Chester French