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LEVEL 1 CHAPTERS 1 & 2. THIS CLASS IS FULL. I CAN’T ADD ANY MORE STUDENTS. DUE TO INSURANCE POLICIES, THE ONLY PEOPLE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM ARE: 1. PEOPLE WHO ARE REGISTERED FOR THIS CLASS OR 2. PEOPLE ON THE WAIT LIST FOR THIS CLASS FOR EVERYONE ELSE, I'M VERY SORRY.

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    1. LEVEL 1 CHAPTERS 1 & 2

    2. THIS CLASS IS FULL. I CAN’T ADD ANY MORE STUDENTS. DUE TO INSURANCE POLICIES, THE ONLY PEOPLE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM ARE: 1. PEOPLE WHO ARE REGISTERED FOR THIS CLASS OR 2. PEOPLE ON THE WAIT LIST FOR THIS CLASS FOR EVERYONE ELSE, I'M VERY SORRY. PLEASE TRY ANOTHER SECTION OR COME BACK NEXT SEMESTER.

    3. SPECIAL NOTE YOU NEED MY ASL BOOK FOR PRACTICE AT EVERY CLASS SESSION. YOU MUST BRING THIS BOOK TO EVERY CLASS. IF YOU DON’T BRING YOUR BOOK, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE CLASS AND GET THE BOOK, EVEN IF IT IS 20 MILES AWAY. YOU’LL PROBABLY BE MARKED AS ABSENT IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT BACK IN TIME,

    4. LET’S CREATE AN ASL-FRIENDLY CLASSROOM WHERE WE CAN ALL SEE EACH OTHER

    5. LET’S HAVE SOME APPLAUSE FOR YOUR NEW INSTRUCTOR!!

    6. MY EARS MAY NOT WORK… BUT WHAT REALLY COUNTS IS WHAT’S BETWEEN THEM!!!

    7. WHY DO DEAF PEOPLE USE THAT SIGN TO REPRESENT HEARING PEOPLE? WHEN DEAF PEOPLE LOOK AT HEARING PEOPLE HERE IS WHAT THEY SEE…

    8. HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE EVER MET A DEAF PERSON?

    9. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU SEE A DEAF PERSON?

    10. HERE’S PART OF A FIRST-TIME CONVERSATION WITH A DEAF PERSON 1. GREETING THE PERSON 2. EXPRESSING FRIENDSHIP

    11. CONGRATULATION! NOW YOU’VE MET A DEAF PERSON!

    12. THIS IS HOW DEAF PEOPLE APPLAUD!!

    13. WHAT I DO…. WHAT I AM….

    14. WHAT YOU DO… WHAT YOU ARE…

    15. HOW MANY SIGNS HAVE YOU LEARNED SO FAR? TELL ME ALL THE SIGNS THAT YOU’VE LEARNED.

    16. WHAT’S OUR GOAL FOR THIS WEEK? LEARNING HOW TO BECOME FRIENDS WITH DEAF PEOPLE!!

    17. WHEN DEAF AND HEARING PEOPLEMEET FOR THE FIRST TIMEHERE’S WHAT THEY SAY 1. GREETING 2. CLARIFYING CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS 3. EXCHANGING NAMES 4. EXPRESSING FRIENDSHIP

    18. WHAT DO YOU KNOW? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO GREET DEAF PEOPLE? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO CLARIFY BACKGROUNDS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO EXCHANGE NAMES? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO EXPRESS FRIENDSHIP?

    19. WHAT DO YOU KNOW? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO GREET DEAF PEOPLE? YES!! DO YOU KNOW HOW TO CLARIFY BACKGROUNDS? YES!! DO YOU KNOW HOW TO EXCHANGE NAMES? NO. DO YOU KNOW HOW TO EXPRESS FRIENDSHIP? YES!! DO YOU WANT TO LEARN HOW TO EXCHANGE NAMES? YOU NEED TO LEARN HOW TO FINGERSPELL , FIRST!

    20. FINGERSPELLING CHART a f K p u b G L q v c H m R w d i n s x e j o t y z

    21. A, B, C, D, E, and F FINGERSPELL THESE WORDS bed deaf cad deed cab fade fed café dab bead ace cede dad face

    22. G, H, I, J, K, and L FINGERSPELL THESE WORDS gig kick keg laid jab jade big high had lack jig died led like

    23. M, N, O, P, Q, R and S FINGERSPELL THESE WORDS nag none pig rain sob prop fan mine men poem ran spin nod sass

    24. T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z FINGERSPELL THESE WORDS vat ugly wig hiz zit yell yum toga tug vain tax sexy woe zany

    25. SOME FUN WORDS TO FINGERSPELL!! MISSISSIPPI MONSOON WOOLLY MAMMOTH MESOPOTAMIA SASSAFRAS SONOMA? NO MA! E-I-E-I-O E-I-E-I-O FEEDING FRENZY

    26. LET’S PRACTICE FINGERSPELLING THREE LETTER WORDS ACE HAD RAN BED JAB SOB BIG JUG TAX CAB KEG TUG CAD LED VAT DAD MEN WIG FAN NAG WOE FED NOD YUM GIG PIG ZIT

    27. LET’S PRACTICE FINGERSPELLING FOUR LETTER WORDS BEAD CAFE CEDE DEAF DEED DIED FACE HIGH JADE KICK LACK LAID LIKE MINE NONE POEM PROP RAIN SASS SPIN SEXY UGLY VAIN WILT WHIZ YELL ZANY

    28. LET’S PRACTICE FINGERSPELLING FUN WORDS MISSISSIPPI MONSOON WOOLLY MAMMOTH MESOPOTAMIA SASSAFRAS SONOMA? NO MA! E-I-E-I-O E-I-E-I-O FEEDING FRENZY

    29. WE’RE GOING TO PLAY A GAME CALLED FINGERSPELLING OLYMPICS.

    30. FINGERSPELLING OLYMPICS OFFICIAL RULES 1. FOUR OR FIVE TEAMS IN ROWS 2. PLAYER AT HEAD OF EACH ROW IS GIVEN A SYLLABLE OR WORD 3. THIS SYLLABLE OR WORD IS TRANSMITTED FROM PLAYER TO PLAYER DOWN THE ROW TO THE LAST PLAYER 4. THE TEAM THAT FINISHES FIRST WINS THE GAME.

    31. HOMEWORK 1. Write responses to My ASL Book, Chapter 1, Pages 1 – 23: Getting Ready to Learn ASL. Due by third Session. 2. Practice and prepare for Fingerspelling Olympics, using the syllable chart in Chapter 2, Page 36. 3. Read and respond to My ASL Book, Chapter 2, Pages 25-34: “Introduction”, “The Classroom” and “Fingerspelling Finesse” 4. View and respond to My ASL Tube, Chapter 2, videos 2-1 to 2-10 (end of session 1) .

    32. ARE YOU ALL READY FOR THE FINGERSPELLING OLYMPICS??

    33. YOU ARE ALL FINGERSPELLING CHAMPS…

    34. NOT!!

    35. WE NEED TO UNDERGO TRAINING TO BECOME OLYMPIC FINGERSPELLING CHAMPS!!

    36. HOW TO TRAIN TO BECOME OLYMPIC FINGERSPELLING CHAMPIONS: 1. TRAINING IN PAIRS: 1. Student A chooses a random syllable and fingerspells it to Student B 2. Student B repeats the syllable backto student A 3. Student A confirms that B is right or wrong 4. Then Students A and B switch roles

    37. TRAINING TIPS FOR FINGERSPELLING CHAMPS!! 1. SPELL IN SYLLABLES, NOT LETTERS 2. WATCH OUT FOR LETTERS THAT CAN BE CONFUSED “A” and “S” “D” and “F” “E” and “O” “G” and “H” “I” and “Y” “P” and “Q”

    38. HOW TO TRAIN TO BECOME OLYMPIC FINGERSPELLING CHAMPIONS: 2. TRAINING AS A TEAM 1. All team members look away from Student A. 2. Student A picks a random syllable, and fingerspells it to Student B. 3. Student B fingerspells syllable to Student C, C to D, D to E, etc around the circle. 4. The last student fingerspells the syllable back to Student A who confirms it is right or wrong. 5. Student B starts the next round

    39. WARNING: PRACTICE IS SERIOUS BUSINESS!! IF YOU DON'T PRACTICE AND YOUR TEAM LOSES, THEY’LL BE MAD! I CAN'T GUARANTEE YOUR SAFETY!!!

    40. ARE YOU READY TO PLAY FINGERSPELLING OLYMPICS??

    41. LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!

    42. FINGERSPELLING OLYMPICS OFFICIAL RULES 1. FOUR OR FIVE TEAMS IN ROWS 2. PLAYER AT HEAD OF EACH ROW IS GIVEN A SYLLABLE OR WORD 3. THIS SYLLABLE OR WORD IS TRANSMITTED FROM PLAYER TO PLAYER DOWN THE ROW TO THE LAST PLAYER 4. THE TEAM THAT FINISHES FIRST WINS THE GAME.

    43. AND… THE WINNER IS:

    44. EVERYBODY!!

    45. THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN MEETING A DEAF PERSON FOR THE FIRST TIME 1. What is the right conversational distance? a. For speaking persons b. For signing persons 2. How do you show you’re asking a Yes/No question? 3. How do you show you're asking a "WH" question? (WHO, WHAT, WHERE, etc.) 4. What if youdon’tunderstand the other person? 5. What if you do understand the other person?

    46. WHAT DO YOU DOWHEN YOU MEETA DEAF PERSON? A DIALOGUE: 1. GREETING 2. CLARIFYING CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS 3. EXCHANGING NAMES 4. EXPRESSING FRIENDSHIP

    47. THE GAME OF “SOCIAL CLIMBER” 1. Students circulate and do the dialogue for a first meeting. 2. Students try to to remember as many names as possible 3. The student who remembers the most names wins the game

    48. HOMEWORK 1. Finish responses to My ASL Book, Chapter 1, Pages 1-23, Getting Ready to Learn ASL, Bring your answers to class for your instructor to look at. 2. Read and respond to My ASL Book, Chapter 2, Pages 35-43: Fingerspelling Olympics” and “The ASL Club” 3. View and respond to My ASL Tube: Chapter 2, videos 2-11 to 2-19 (end of session 2)

    49. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET 1000 DEAF PEOPLE? WE’RE GOING TO MEET THEM IN A VIDEO, “THE L.A.C.D. STORY”