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  1. Based on Unit 9 Master ASL, J. Zinza My Home & Community: Lessons Unit 9

  2. My Home & CommunityUnit 9, Major Goals Describe your home and community Sign about money Describe objects using spacialization & classifiers Understand and give street directions Understand how social changes affect the Deaf World Learn and apply non-manual signals Unit 9

  3. Types of Housing Apartment (apt), cabin, condo, duplex, studio, & townhouse (th) are all fingerspelled Unit 9

  4. Home Unit 9

  5. What kind (of housing)…? Mouth “cha” to show large or big. mansion house dorm apartment mobile home trailer Unit 9

  6. Buildings Variation 2 Unit 9

  7. Nursing Home Unit 9

  8. Also (same) Unit 9

  9. Curious, wondering Unit 9

  10. Many-different, various 3x Unit 9

  11. North, South, East, West Unit 9

  12. Lousy, low-quality Unit 9

  13. More than, greater than > Less than Unit 9

  14. What kind of home do you have? In complete sentences, explain the following to a partner: The type of home you live in now. The type of home you lived in as a child. The type of home you want in the future. Unit 9

  15. Pros and cons of housing types. Think of 2 reasons you would like to live in the following places and 2 more reasons why you wouldn’t. Use the listing and ordering technique. Unit 9

  16. Describe the pictures in a complete sentence. What type of housing is in each picture? It’s a dorm at the university. Unit 9

  17. Where do you live?Translate the conversation with your group. Unit 9

  18. What’s your hometown like?Write a translation with your partner. Unit 9

  19. Places Around the House Fingerspell: porch, deck, pool, attic Unit 9

  20. To have Using Have – The sign to have can be used for possession (“I have a sister”) as well as to show that something exists (“Is there a bathroom?”). In English you say “Is there?”, and in ASL you sign have. Use a simple question-face NMS when using have to ask a question. Unit 9 20 20

  21. Room Unit 9

  22. Basement Unit 9

  23. Bedroom Unit 9

  24. Dining Room Unit 9

  25. Elevator Unit 9

  26. Entrance Unit 9

  27. Floor Unit 9

  28. Levels, stories Unit 9

  29. Garage Unit 9

  30. Kitchen Version 2 Version 3 Unit 9

  31. Living Room Version 2 Unit 9

  32. Closet Unit 9

  33. Front Back Unit 9

  34. Use have to ask a partner the following questions about the houses pictured. • Is there a basement? (No, there isn’t.) • Is there a garage? (Yes, a 3-car garage.) • Is there an office? (No, there isn’t.) • Is there a bathroom? (It has 2 bathrooms.) • Is there a big kitchen? (Yes, there is.) Unit 9

  35. What rooms or features do the following places tend to have? Use the listing & ordering technique to sign complete sentences listing at least 3 features of each Unit 9

  36. Bedrooms Bathrooms Large or small kitchen Closets Dining room Swimming pool Stairs Washer & dryer Elevator Garage Porch Play area for kids Apartment Hunter. Half your classmates will role-play the rental agent. The other half ask questions using have or how many. Example: Yes, it has 3 floors. Are there stairs to the apartment? Unit 9

  37. 2 Bedrooms • 2 Bathrooms • Small kitchen • Many Closets • Yes Dining room • 2 Swimming pools • No Stairs • No Washer & dryer • Elevator • 2 car Garage • Large Porch • Yes Play area for kids • 1 Bedrooms • 1.5 Bathrooms • Small kitchen • 1 Closets • No Dining room, has a nook (spell) • 1 Swimming pool • 2 floors • Washing machines in basement • No Elevator • 1 Garage • no Porch • no Play area for kids • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Bathrooms • Small kitchen • many Closets • No Dining room, large living room • small Swimming pool • No stairs • Can connect washing machine • Elevator • 2 car Garage • small Porch • no Play area for kids • Studio apartment • 1 Bathrooms • Large kitchen • 1 Closets • No Dining room • no Swimming pool • yes stairs, 3 floors • yes washing machine • No Elevator • no Garage • big Porch • no Play area for kids Unit 9

  38. Spatial Visualization:the signer’s perspective The goal of spatialization is to create a signed image of what the signer sees in his/her mind’s eye, from the signer’s own perspective. The signer will give details of what they see as if giving a virtual reality tour through a space. Spatial visualization, sometimes called spatialization, includes both the signer and the receiver or viewer of a description. The signer creates strong three-dimensional images that include where objects are located in relation to one another in a scene. Unit 9

  39. oo mm cha near medium far Spatial Visualization - Descriptions Descriptions start with the general or big picture and move to smaller and more precise detail: House, 2 story. Front door, enter. Dining room, table there-front. There-front (far), stairs. There-right (close), bathroom. There-left (medium), kitchen. Remember to use distance NMS’ when describing relative locations. Unit 9

  40. Show how you would use NMS to describe the following using only your eyes, eyebrows, lips, and head. • Something on your right shoulder • Something an inch from your nose • Something on the floor to your left • Something barely visible in the distance • Something on a shelf up higher than you • Two things at your immediate left and right Unit 9

  41. Spatial Description Tips • As the signer, describe things from your own perspective, like a movie • As the watcher or receiver, use the signer’s perspective. Put yourself in their shoes. • Start general and add details • Use eye gaze • Use NMS • “My House”, MASL DVD, Unit 9 • Eyes On ASL #16 – Signer’s perspective Unit 9

  42. Describe the following based on the reference point marked X. X Unit 9

  43. Describe the following based on the reference point marked X. X Unit 9

  44. Describe the following based on the reference point marked X. X Unit 9

  45. Describe the following based on the reference point marked X. X Unit 9

  46. Sign each description to a partner. See if your partner can draw an accurate representation. Unit 9

  47. Describe for more practice Unit 9

  48. Describe for more practice Unit 9

  49. Describe for more practice Unit 9

  50. Draw a floor plan for your dream home, then describe to a partner. Your partner should draw the layout described on a separate sheet of paper. When done, compare drawings, then switch roles. Unit 9