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Master ASL Unit 6

Master ASL Unit 6. Sports and Activities. Picture it…. Find a partner and come up for your handouts… You know what to do. When you are finished, make sure your names are on your papers, make corrections in red, staple together and submit. Objectives. To sign about sports

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Master ASL Unit 6

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  1. Master ASL Unit 6 Sports and Activities

  2. Picture it… • Find a partner and come up for your handouts… • You know what to do. • When you are finished, make sure your names are on your papers, make corrections in red, staple together and submit.

  3. Objectives • To sign about sports • To understand the five parameters of ASL • To understand the different types of ASL literature • To expand classifier skills • To use the past, present, and future tenses • To understand and use the Rule of 9

  4. Sports and Activities • Participating in or attending sporting events is a popular activity in the Deaf community. • Watch the video of the practice dialogue then sign it through two times with your partner—once as Sean and once as Kris. • Sean: SCHOOL FINISH YOU DO-WHAT? • Kelly: EVERYDAY SCHOOL FINISH I TEND RUN HALF-HOUR. • Sean: OH-I-SEE. I PLAY BASKETBALL WITH FRIEND • Kelly: OH-I-SEE. I BAD-AT BASKETBALL. • Sean: YOU SHOULD PRACTICE. THREE-OF-US WILL FUN. • Ask your partner what he/she does after school. Respond with listing three activities.

  5. ALL-YEAR: (2h) 1s touch dom circles down and back up to base 1. DURING, IN, ON (time): (2h) 1s dip down and up like a half moon in front of the body. PLAY: (2h) Ys twist at wrist in neutral space TEAM: (2h) Ts sign CLASS TEND TO, USUALLY: dom MF on chest pull out (can be 2 handed) Vocabulary to Know—NO VOICE

  6. BASEBALL: (2h) S hold bat and double swing BASKETBALL: (2h) claw hold ball and twist twice at wrist RIDE A BIKE: BIKE BOWLING: Spiderman hand at hip like throwing a bowling ball FOOTBALL: (2h) 5 interlock and tap twice GOLF: (2h) AX hold club and swing GYMNASTICS: base 1 at dom wrist, dom V swings around it HOCKEY: base B palm up, dom X moves back and forth on it like hitting the puck. ICE SKATE: (2h) X alternate like skating JOG: (2h) S at sides move like running (mime action) KARATE: mime Sports Vocabulary—NO VOICE

  7. SCUBA DIVE: fs-SCUBA • SNOWBOARD: (2h) A to BTE in front of body. • SOCCER: base S (ball) and dom B (foot), kick it. • SOFTBALL: (2h) claw make a ball. • SURF: base B palm down (board) dom V (legs on board) • SWIM: (2h) B mime swimming • TENNIS: dom S hold racquet and do a figure 8 swing • VOLLEYBALL (2): (2h) V to B/ (2h) B tap tap • WATER POLO: base CLAW catches dom S like a V over your head • WRESTLING: (2h) 5 interlock fingers and twist twice at wrist

  8. Surveys--NO VOICE • Ask your partner if s/he is good or bad at the following activities. When finished switch roles and repeat the activity. • Are you good at baseball? • Are you good at gymnastics? • Do you play basketball? Are you good at it? • Do you swim? Are you good at it? • What’s your favorite sport?

  9. DURING: Grammar • Use DURING to talk about a non-specific time when something occurs. During is used much the same way as “in” and “on” are used in English to talk about events. • How would you sign the following? • In the winter I like to ski. • On weekends I take karate classes.

  10. In winter they play hockey. When it rains, people don’t play golf. On the weekends, I play soccer. We learned to swim in the fall. In nice weather I ride to work. During the week I practice ice skating. People should not swim in bad weather. I have volleyball practice on Thursday. Over the weekend we take karate. I work on the weekend. Use During …

  11. Does she like to play tennis? (yes) Do you like to watch golf? (no, it’s boring) Are you a hockey player? (yes) Which football team is your favorite? (?) Are you a good swimmer? (yes, very good) Does he play soccer? (no, he plays baseball) Is he a gymnast? (no, his sister is) I think she plays softball. (yes and she is very good) Conversations

  12. Pronoun handshapes • Are those two on the volleyball team? • Are the eight of them on the basketball team? • Are the three of them on the golf team? • Are the five of you on the soccer team? • Are they on the gymnastics team? • Are the six of them on the softball team?

  13. Equal through Sports: The Deaf OlympicsCulture • Sports and athletic competitions are just as important in the Deaf World as they are to hearing people. Deaf athletes are organized into local, state, regional, national and international associations representing a wide variety of sporting interest. Every four years Deaf athletes and spectators gather to participate in the Olympic Games, which began in1924, providing the opportunity to compete in an environment that does not penalize or limit achievement due to deafness. For example, stating cues are visual rather than audible, featuring flashing lights rather than the sound of a staring pistol or whistle. • See http://www.deaflympics.com

  14. Time to sign … Game Day! • Sean and Kris are planning what to do this week. Use the following structure to create your monologue. Include DAY, WEATHER, and 2 ACTIVITIES for each day (7 days): • SEAN KRIS PLANS MAKE WANT. SUNDAY WEATHER WINDY. THEY-TWO DO-WHAT? _____ _____, MONDAY WEATHER COLD. THEY-TWO DO-WHAT? ______ ______... • Gloss and be prepared to sign…

  15. The Football HuddleCulture • The football huddle was invented in 1892 by a Deaf student at Gallaudet University named Paul Hubbard. Concerned about opposing players being able to see his team’s signs and planned plays, Paul urged his teammates to huddle up. Quickly, the concept spread across college campuses and today, the football huddle is an important part of the game. The Deaf community’s contributions to the sport of football didn’t end with the huddle: Professional Deaf football players like Bonnie Sloan and Kenny Walker and Deaf cheerleaders Mona Vierra and Lisa Fishbein demonstrate that Deaf athletes are as skilled as their hearing counterparts.

  16. ASL Up Close • The use of HAVE: ASL uses EXPERIENCE and FINISH to ask if you have done something, not HAVE. HAVE is literal, like do you HAVE a sister. • NMS ALERT! FINISH—When signing FINISH mouth FISH. Don’t say the word out loud, just mouth it. Why? Because it’s what the Deaf do.

  17. More Vocabulary—NO VOICE • Practice signs CRAZY FOR and NOT CRAZY FOR by making sentences with the following vocabulary: • BUNGEE JUMP: base b palm up/dom V twists off and springs up and down. • CAMP: (2h) I1 hs together at fingertips pull down repetitively • EXERCISE: (2h) S at shoulders like lifting weights • FISHING: (2h) AX like holding a pole and casting twice • HIKE: (2h) 3 Claw moves like you are walking • PLAY CARDS: (2h) Flat O mime dealing cards • SKATEBOARD: (2h) Bent V palms up moves out away from body • SKYDIVE: (2h) base Claw (parachute) dom 1 (body)

  18. Practice • I haven’t gone camping since last summer. • Over the weekend my family plays games. • I’ve played soccer since I was four years old. • We love winter because it snows and we can snowboard and ski. • They already had football practice.

  19. REALLY LIKE DON’T-LIKE Other ways??? Practice Signing - It’s great! It’s not my favorite. I don’t like it at all! I absolutely love this! I’m not keen on that. Ways to say CRAZY-FOR and NOT-CRAZY-FOR:

  20. You will sign for your partner the information below—your partner will translate it on paper. Turn the paper over, switch roles and repeat the activity: What are two sports or activity that you enjoy? Why? What is one sport you would like to try? Why? What is one sport you do not want to try? Why? Prepare to sign …

  21. The Five Parameters of ASLGrammar Movement Palm Orientation—direction of palm Location—placement in signing space Handshape Non-Manual Signals—expressions Assignment: Choose 10 sports related sign and write out the five parameters for each; due next class.

  22. CROWDED: (2h) 5s rub together in a circle FLOCK TO: (2h) 5s wiggle out and meet in front of body POPULAR: dom 5 taps base 1 BUG: dom 3 thumb on nose wiggle index and middle finger EARS (animal) JUMP (animal) SIT NEXT TO WINDING ROAD Vocabulary—NO VOICE

  23. CL:5 – more people than can easily be countedGrammar • How many people went to your house Friday night? • The hallway is crowded near the office. • Huge crowds went to the movie. • Why is the sign popular a classifier? • I couldn’t see because people were walking in front of me.

  24. CL: Bent V – represents a pair of human legs in a seated position, animals, or insectsGrammar • Bob sat next to Sam. • Look at the rabbit there. • Look! There’s a bee flying over your head.

  25. CL: B and Base B – represents flat objects and surfaces Grammar • Look! There are bugs all over the floor! • Why is a rabbit sitting on the table? • I have so much homework to do.

  26. ASL Poetry Handshape Stories ABC Stories Number Stories Narratives Classifier Stories The Literature of American Sign LanguageCulture Watch “The Haunted House” and see which handshapes you can identify with a meaning.

  27. Tense Markers: Past, Present, & FutureGrammar--REVIEW • Time signs are signed first in ASL to establish when something happened before it is discussed. • PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

  28. Dialogue Practice Sign the dialogue below twice, once as Signer A and once as Signer B. Signer A: TUESDAY DURING CLASS WE DO-WHAT? Signer B: PAST TUESDAY DURING CLASS WATCH MOVIE. TODAY WE PRACTICE ASL STORY. Signer A: OH-I-SEE. SEE-YOU THERE.

  29. Glossing activity • In groups of 3 gloss the Master Conversation. Write neatly in CAPS, double space and include all glossing marks.


  31. Sign …--NO VOICE • I am learning ASL. • I have a motorcycle. • I go to school at 9:00. • I live in California. • I learned ASL. • I had a motorcycle. • I went to school at 9:00. • I used to live in California.


  33. Dialogue Practice—NO VOICE Sign twice, once as Signer A and once as Signer B. Signer A: NEXT WEEK DURING CLASS WE DO-WHAT? Signer B: DURING CLASS PRACTICE NUMBERS, TAKE QUIZ. Signer A: OH-I-SEE. I WILL ABSENT WHY? INVOLVED PLAY. Signer B: OH-I-SEE…

  34. Ask and respond … • When is the homework due? (in a few days) • Is the test this week? (no, next week) • Do you want to get married? (someday) • When is his birthday? (next month) • When will you graduate? (next year) • What time does the game start? (soon) • When is school done? (long time) • What are you taking next year? (ASL II) • When is the ASL story competition? (next month) • When is summer vacation? (in 4 months)

  35. Column A Next Wednesday Tomorrow afternoon Next weekend Next Friday night Next week Monday Column B Next Sunday morning Next Thursday A week from now Next year Next summer Which day? On a half sheet of paper gloss five sentences starting with a time prompt from above. You will sign with five different people and write the translations of their sentence on the back of your paper. Use only signs we know. NO VOICE!

  36. Vocabulary—NO VOICE • FAST, QUICK • SLOW • LONG • STAY Assignment: Write a story about your pet using the four signs above. It must be 4 sentences long—one of which is a condition. Include a picture. You will sign this for the class tomorrow.


  38. 3 days 5 years 6 months 4 hours 3 weeks 5 minutes 1 year old 5 days 6:00 2 minutes 7 years old 6 hours Rule of Nine: This rule is a pattern that influences a concept’s duration. A number sign is incorporated into the time sign. GRAMMAR Sign to your partner something you do or will do at each time…

  39. 10 days 15 minutes 36 months 12 hours 14 days Since 10:00 45 minutes 10 hours 21 days 12 weeks 13 months 30 days We’ve been dating … Prompt: TWO-OF-US DATE HOW LONG?▲ ________________.

  40. Dialogue Practice Sign the dialogue twice, once as Signer A and once as Signer B. Signer A: SOON I VISIT GRANDMA/GRANDPA. Signer B: THERE STAY HOW-LONG? Signer A: TWO-WEEKS STAY.

  41. When will he leave? • fs-BOB hasn’t left. He will leave next week. • She took off three weeks ago. • He leaves tomorrow. He will stay for a month. • fs-KELLY already left. She’s been gone since last Monday. • They will leave in two months.

  42. In six weeks 2 years ago 5 days 3 months ago In 4 hours 5 minutes The year before last Next year In 8 years 1 hour 2 weeks from now Day before yesterday More Tense Practice… time to move In ________ I will ______________.

  43. _____ I will be good at _____. _____ I will _____. _____ I will experience _____. _____ I haven’t/didn’t _____. _____ I will take _____. _____ I wasn’t good at _____. _____ I want to go to _____. _____ I didn’t want to _____. _____ I was bad at _____. _____ I will _____. Setting Goals—Add a time sign and activity…

  44. When I was ten I loved… Next summer, I want to … Two years ago I … In two weeks the date will be… I used to… I will _____ next week. The weekend starts _____ days from now. When I was a child I played… One hour ago I… In 3 hours I will… Complete the sentences:

  45. Cornel Notes • Review—did you find all the answers throughout our lessons?

  46. Glossing practice… • Gloss WB activity • Sentence review on YouTube for your viewing pleasure… and practice.

  47. Test Time Good Luck!

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