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Unit 4 – Telling Where You Live

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  1. Unit 4 – Telling Where You Live

  2. WH Questions Variations Where? WHAT? Who? How? When? How Many? Which? Why?

  3. Partner Practice #1 • A: HI! MY NAME ______________. YOU NAME WHAT? • B: MY NAME _____________. NICE MEET-YOU. • A: YOU DEAF YOU? • B: NO, I HEARING. I LEARN ASL. YOU KNOW SIGN YOU? • A: YES. I CAN SIGN.

  4. Partner Practice #2 • B:YOU DEAF YOU? • A: NO, I NOT DEAF, I HEARING. I SIGN #OK I LEARN. • B: SAME-ME. YOU GO-TO SCHOOL WHERE? • A: I GO-TO SCHOOL GCM. YOU? • B: SAME-ME. WHAT-GRADE? • A: FRESHMAN. • B: OH-I-SEE. I JUNIOR.

  5. Housing

  6. HOUSE

  7. HOME

  8. #APT

  9. C-O-N-D-O

  10. TRAILER

  11. DORM

  12. CASTLE

  13. #HUT

  14. SHACK/SHANTY

  15. ADDRESS

  16. LIVE/LIFE/ALIVE

  17. Transportation

  18. CAR

  19. BICYCLE

  20. TRAIN

  21. #BUS

  22. CITY - #BUS

  23. SCHOOL-BUS

  24. MOTORCYCLE

  25. AIRPLANE

  26. BOAT

  27. SHIP

  28. HELICOPTER

  29. Verbs ***Remember- Verbs are signed one time, Nouns are signed twice.

  30. VERBS • LIVE • WALK • RIDE-IN • DRIVE-TO • FLY-TO • AIRPLANE-TAKE-OFF • AIRPLANE-LAND • GET-IN • GET-OUT • GET-ON • GET-OFF • RIDE-ON • ARRIVE/ GET-THERE • BRING-HERE • CARRY-THERE • FROM • MOVE • “Been There” TOUCH-FINISH • TRAVEL • VISIT • VACATION

  31. Partner Practice • B: YOU COME-TO SCHOOL HOW? • A: I RIDE-IN SCHOOL #BUS. YOU? • B: I DRIVE-TO SCHOOL. • A: OH-I-SEE. YOU TOUCH-FINISH AIRPLANE. • B: YES. I TOUCH-FINISH AIRPLANE. • A: YOU LIVE WHERE? • B: I LIVE APARTMENT. YOU? • A: I LIVE HOUSE.

  32. Review Glossing • How do you write sentences in ASL? • We write sentences in ASL by “Glossing” them. • How do you gloss? • WRITE IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. • Do not sign any linking verbs. (am, is, are, was, were, be, been, being, has, does, did, could)… • Do not sign any articles (A, AN, THE) • Be sure to punctuate your sentences. (. , ? !)

  33. Practice Glossing • Where do you live? • Did you drive to school? • What is your favorite car? • Have you been to Germany? • Did you visit Sterling? • How did you get to school? • Who is your English teacher? • Where would you like to travel? • Have you ever ridden on a boat? • When is your vacation?

  34. Warm-Up • Did you visit Lee H.S.? • How did you get to school? • Who is your Math teacher? • Where would you like to travel? • Have you ever ridden on a plane?

  35. GEOGRAPHICAL

  36. PLACES CENTRAL CITY/TOWN STATE COUNTRY AMERICA UNITED STATES

  37. STATES

  38. TEXAS

  39. CALIFORNIA

  40. NEW YORK

  41. FLORIDA

  42. COLORADO (2)

  43. WASHINGTON

  44. WASHINGTON, D.C.

  45. CITIES IN TEXAS

  46. LOCAL CITIES • BAYTOWN • HIGHLANDS • CROSBY • MONT BELVIEU • BARBERS HILL • BEAUMONT • DAYTON • LA PORTE • DEER PARK • PASADENA

  47. Warm-Up • Glossing sentences in both English and Gloss using OSV word order. • I like to drive to school. • Who is your favorite teacher? • I don’t like history class. • I have been to El Paso. • I want to visit California.

  48. Sentence Structures • English: Subject Verb Object (SVO) • Example: I want to go to the store. • ASL: Object Subject Verb (OSV) • Example: STORE, I WANT GO-TO. • The topic/object goes first, then the subject and last the verb.

  49. Sentence Practice • English: I like to ride the bus. • Object: ________ • Subject: ________ • Verb: _______ ____________ • ASL: ________________________________________