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1 Unit. Pre-test Part. Attention-getting strategies. Check which ones are allowed. a. tap lightly the person's shoulder with a pointer/index finger b. spray water at a deaf person c. depending on the floor, stomp on the floor d. scream their name as loudly as you can e. throw something within the Deaf person's view f. get someone who sits next to the targeted person to direct his/her attention to the signer. g. Tap firmly, but gently, on the person's shoulder h. flick the light switch to get a Deaf person's attention i. wave in the Deaf person's face j. wait patiently until that person sees you Part 2. Read the statement and circle if the statement is or False. False. If I am ambidextrous, I can switch my hands back and forth when I sign. False 2. The signing space is from the top of your head to the waist and elbow to elbow. False 3. Most Deaf people also voice sounds such as "Hmmm" to indicate that s/he is following the conversation. False 4. When a signer signs, the proper way is to watch where the signer's hands are. False 5. The best seating arrangement for learning ASL are desks placed in a horseshoe shape. False 6. ASL is indigenous to the US only. False 7. ASL is similar to Braille. False 8. The majority of signs are transparent where non-signers can usually correctly guess the meaning. False 9. In despite of the misconception that learning ASL is easy, in truth, ASL is a difficult language to master. False 0. As a general rule of thumb, language immersion is almost always the best way to learn the language effectively.

2 Unit.2 Part. Watch as the signer signs and circle the difference between the two signs. Don t worry about the meaning of the signs; just focus on the differences. HS = handshape PO = palm orientation MVT = movement LOC = location NMM = non-manual markers. MOV church/chocolate 2. LOC onion/apple 3. LOC summer/dry 4. NMM pretty/drop dead gorgeous 5. MVT clean/cleaning 6. HS yellow/green 7. NMM why(whq)/because(why, rhq) 8. PO new/paper 9. HS drink (regular)/drink(alcohol) 0. PO maybe/balance Part 2. Unscramble the sentences in correct grammatical ASL order. ASL basic grammar order = Object -Subject-Verb. WOMAN HAVE MY BOOK. MY BOOK WOMAN HAVE 2. CLASS TEACH ME. CLASS ME TEACH 3. YOU SIGN-LANGUAGE PRACTICE. SIGN-LANGUAGE YOU PRACTICE 4. ME FORGOT HER BOOK. HER BOOK ME FORGOT 5. WRITE PAPER ME. PAPER ME WRITE

3 Part. Decoding the fingerspelled words. TRUE+WAY ASL Workbook Unit.3. TAXI 2. KITE 3. FAZE 4. BROWN 5. ACQUIRE Part 2. Watch the signer fingerspell and then write down the fingerspelled word... SIGN 6. DESSERT 2. X-RAY 7. WINDOW 3. QUIZ 8. FRENZY 4. CLASS 9. LANGUAGE 5. SCHOOL 0. MISSISSIPPI <see next page for more exercises>

4 Unit.3 Part 3. Watch the signer sign sentences and identify which type of sentence. (Don't worry about the content, just focus on the NMM) a. wh-q b. y/n-q c. statement B Y/N-Q A WH-Q C - STATEMENT B Y/N-Q A WH-Q C - STATEMENT B Y/N-Q A WH-Q A WH-Q C - STATEMENT Part 4. Watch the signer sign a statement in ASL and you are to translate and write down the sentence in English.. I don t like her/his book. (ASL Gloss: HIS/HER BOOK ME DON T LIKE.) 2. I like her/him. (ASL Gloss: ME LIKE HER/HIM.) 3. What is her/her name? (ASL Gloss: HIS/HER NAME WHAT?) 4. Are you excited to learn sign language? (ASL Gloss: SIGN YOU LEARN, YOU EXCITE?) 5. Nice meeting you two. (ASL Gloss: NICE MEET YOU-TWO.) 6. Are we having a group study now? (ASL Gloss: GROUP STUDY NOW?) 2

5 Unit.4 Part. Watch the signed instructions and choose the best answer.. a. Go to the blackboard and draw a square. b. Write your name on a paper. c. Go to the blackboard and write your name. d. Go to the blackboard and write your teacher s name. 2. a. Ask your peer next to you to sit down. b. Ask your peer who sits next to you and ask what is his/her name. c. Ask your teacher what is his/her name. d. Tell your peer who sits next to you to stand up. 3. a. Stand up and copy me what I am doing. b. Jump up and down. c. Stand up and clap your hands. d. Sit down and copy me what I am doing. 4. a. Brainstorming ideas with a group. b. Study the workbook. c. Get in a group and show your workbook. d. Get in a group and discuss the workbook. 5. a. Share a book. b. Open, read, and close your book. c. Share a book, read and write down the translation. d. Write down the translation. Part 2. Watch the signer sign actions in the sequence, then number the actions. a. 4 Raise your hand b. 5 Ask a question c. 7 Look at the blackboard d. 6 Write on the board e. 8 Check the answer f. Open your notebook g. 2 Draw a picture h. 3 Work in a group and brainstorm

6 Unit.5 Part. Watch the signs. Identify and circle the correct number.. a. b. c. 2 d. 3 e a. 3 b. 3 c. 23 d. 33 e a. 5 b. 5 c. 25 d. 50 e a. 7 b. 8 c. 27 d. 28 e a. 23 b. 25 c. 23 d. 27 e a. 3 b. 6 c. 9 d. 3 e a. 2 b. 22 c. 32 d. 2 e a. 20 b. 30 c. 2 d. 22 e. 9. a. 2 b. 22 c. 23 d. 24 e. 0. a. 22 b. 33 c. 23 d. 66 e. 36 Part 2. Watch the signer sign basic math and then write the equation and the correct answer.. 0 x 5 = = = / 3 = = / 3 = x 7 = = = = 23

7 Unit : Comprehension Watch as the signer signs, then answer the questions below. Check the answers with your instructor.. What is her name? Tracy 2. Why is immerison important? It helps you to remember signs better. 3. She encourages you to form a study group to practice your ASL skills. 4. What happened if you do not practice? Forget signs 5. If you don t understand, what should you do? Ask them to repeat.

8 Unit SOAR Self-Observation Assessment Review (SOAR) Watch a video of an ASL model signing a few sentences in ASL. You need to look closely at how the model uses his/her facial expressions and how s/he constructs their ASL sign order. You need to copy and practice signing those sentences until you become comfortable with them. Record yourself signing those sentences and compare your video with the video of the model signing the same sentences. Sentences:. Are you Deaf? 2. I like her book. 3. I am so stressed. 4. I am feeling great! 5. His name is Jack and her name is Jill. 6. Is his name Johnny? 7. Are they hearing? 8. How do you spell your name? 9. There are about 2 students in my ASL class. 0. Do you want to study with us?. YOU DEAF YOU? 2. HER BOOK ME LIKE 3. ME STRESS ME 4. ME FEEL GREAT 5. HIS NAME HIS JACK, HER NAME JILL 6. HIS NAME JOHNNY? 7. THEY-all HEARING? 8. YOUR NAME, YOU SPELL HOW? 9. MY ASL CLASS THERE, APPROX 2 STUDENTS 0. WE GROUP STUDY YOU JOIN-us WANT YOU?

9 Unit SOAR : Satisfied : Need Improvement. T S SP Comment KEY: T: Topicalization S: Syntax SP: Sign Production 2

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