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									       Entry Routine Clarification
•   Voice off BEFORE entry to the room.
•   I-pod, cell phone etc. off and put away before entry.
•   Spit out gum – gum board at door or trash can.
•   Go to bathroom before class – do not come up here and
    then ask to go.

• Your ASL binder and pen/pencil at your seat.
• This is a daily routine.
• That means I should not be reminding you of what you
  already know.
• Failure to follow the entry routine will result in a poor
  ‘work habits’ grade.
        Classroom Expectations
              Clarification
• No food, drink or gum
• No cell phone, texting, I-pod w/out permission.
• No profanity
• Dress code – no revealing clothing, no p.j.’s
• Pay attention & Participation
• On task Behavior
(If I have to tell you simple things you should or
   should not be doing then something is wrong.)
                   Cell Phone
                   Reminder
We are living in the digital age.
Almost everyone has a cell phone or some other mobile tech
   device.
There is a time and place for cell phone use.
Texting during class time is NEVER okay.
You are interrupting your own learning and the learning of
   the friend you are texting (if they are in class)
Last week I observed 4 students blatantly texting during
   class.
I will take phones and turn them into the office..
               So
PLEASE don’t text in my classroom.
 NO FOOD OR DRINK IN THIS
          CLASS
               IT SPILLLS
               IT GETS IN THE WAY
                  FOR SIGNING
               IT IS DISTRACTING



    THIS INCLUDES WATER BOTTLES
WHY? Too many students leave their trash behind
              for me to pick up.
               ASL Mindset
To do well in this unit you need to develop the ASL
  mindset (Deaf ways).
• First: Learn to turn off your voice for a 55
  minute period.
• Second: Learn to listen with your eyes (eye-
  contact).
• Third: Use Deaf appropriate ways to get
  someone’s attention.
• Fourth: If you do not understand something,
  Ask your questions in sign language.
Asl 2
Monday, Nov 28, 2011
DAY 58
                             Agenda
 Review “around school” signs
 Grammar review - distance
 School map
 Giving directions
 • General location
 • Specific location
 Additional school vocab
 Group practice – giving directions
         L.T. application of giving directions in a practical setting
                   First Work
                     vocab review

•   School                  •   Art room
•   Office                  •   Water fountain
•   #OFFICE                 •   Soda machine
•   Cafeteria               •   Coffee
•   Restroom                •   Principal
•   Gym (2 signs)           •   Secretary (3 signs)
•   Parking lot             •   Counselor
•   Student store           •   Pool
•   Auditorium (2 signs)    •   #POOL
                 Agenda
Review “around school” signs
Grammar review - distance
School map
Giving directions
• General location
• Specific location
Additional school vocab
Group practice – giving directions
                 Distances
• FAR
 – Head tilt
 – Squint eyes
 – Open mouth
• NEAR
 – “C-S” cheek-to-shoulder
• MEDIUM
 – Pursed lips
 – Nod+++
        Distances are Relative
• Remember that the NMS for distance are
  relative in nature.
• That means your ‘far’ face can be used for the
  distance that is far in your overall picture.
• If your picture is just the hallway then Far is the
  end of the hall.
• If your picture is the school campus then Far is
  the other side of the campus.
• Etc…..
School Map
         Lost at high school
• A high school can be a maze if you are not
  familiar with it.
• Do you remember your first week here as
  a freshman?
• Were you lost?
• Do your parents get lost when they come
  here?
• Do you really know where everything is?
                Greeters
Scenario: Greeters in the front lobby on
 parent night.
Duties: Be able to give directions to parents
 how to locate various places in the school

Watch my example of how to give
    General then Specific directions.
   Where on Campus - DEMO
Starting point – Front lobby of PHS
____________topic_        ____whQ_
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,         WHERE
General location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE,
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right (nod)
Specific location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE.
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right
  CL:1 walk up and around counter, CL: arm for counter
  DOOR, DOOR (on right side) SECOND, THERE right (nod)
            Topic Comment
• What parts of the directions were the TOPIC?

• What part were COMMENTS?



• Hint Topic written in Blue.
• Can you feel your body change from topic to
  comment?
   Where on Campus - DEMO
Starting point – Front lobby of PHS
____________topic_        ____whQ_
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,         WHERE
General location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE,
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right (nod)
Specific location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE.
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right
  CL:1 walk up and around counter, CL: arm for counter
  DOOR, DOOR (on right side) SECOND, THERE right (nod)
                    More Signs
•   Book keeper           • Computer 1
•   Athletic director       – 25,C hand (old reels)
•   Counseling secy.      • Computer 2
•   Football field          – (brain/think)

•   Track                 • Computer 3
                            – (improve)
•   Jr. parking lot
                          • Computer 4
•   Sr. parking lot         – (Iconic/mime)
•   Staff lot             • Laptop
•   Cafeteria staff lot   • Copy Machine
•   Staff room            • Printer
•   Teacher work room
          Giving Directions
• Work in Groups of 3
• Take turns asking for and giving directions
1st person: Ask where
2nd person: Give general location
3rd person: Give specific location
• Rotate
         Where on Campus –
   let’s practice one time together
Starting point – Front lobby of PHS
____________topic_        ____whQ_
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,         WHERE
General location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE,
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right (nod)
Specific location
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, REALLY-CLOSE.
  FIRST DOUBLE-DOOR THERE-right
  CL:1 walk up and around counter, CL: arm for counter
  DOOR, DOOR (on right side)SECOND, THERE right (nod)
       “Where on Campus?”
STARTING POINT IS ALWAYS THE FRONT LOBBY
Principal’s office
Athletics office
Gym with swimming pool
Girls locker room
Room 203
Student store
ASL classroom
Computer class (rm 516)
                Clean up
• Please set up chairs neatly in the circle
  and clean up around your seat.
Asl 2
Tuesday, Nov 29, 2011
DAY 59
                             Agenda
 •   Main street
 •   CL
 •   Topic comment
 •   Borgen Blvd
 •   Key terms
 •   Partner practice
 •   Address, phone, zip code
 •   Giving directions to your home
         L.T. application of giving directions in a practical setting
SN 7

Day 6
                   Main Street
Project “Main Street” from SN 6
Review
• Next-to
• Across-from
• Cl: 5 (claw) for building placement.
Model
  ______Topic_   _____whQ
  HOSPTIAL, WHERE? (the comment)
  ______________________Topic ______ (same NMS as if y/n ?)
  SEE FOOD STORE S-A-F-E-W-A-Y?
  ACROSS (be sure to show forward/back not side/side)
                                                                 Next-to
                                                             Across-from
                                                                    Cl: 5




______Topic_  _____whQ
HOSPTIAL, WHERE? (the comment)
______________________Topic ______ (same NMS as if y/n ?)
SEE FOOD STORE S-A-F-E-W-A-Y?
ACROSS (be sure to show forward/back as well as side/side)
                   When establishing a reference point,
                  Key words to use are: Know and See
Quick practice: Looking at main street, ask your partner the locations of 3
  places.        Partner respond by establishing a reference point.
Be sure to follow Topic-Comment structure.
Borgan Blvd
                   Key terms
•   Street
•   Hwy
•   Exit (of a hwy)
•   Intersection
•   Corner (of an intersection)
•   Parking lot
•   Round-about
•   Stop sign
•   Traffic light
             Borgen Blvd
• Working with a partner.
• Take turns asking for locations from the
  list.
• Use the map for labeled reference points
  when giving directions
• Take turns.
                  Borgen Blvd
         List A                  List B

•   Starbucks           •   Famous Footwear
•   Petco               •   Verizon
•   Qudoba              •   Home Depot
•   Walgreens           •   Panda Express
•   Chase Bank          •   Pier One
List A           List B

•   Starbucks    •   Famous Footwear
•   Petco        •   Verizon
•   Qudoba       •   Home Depot
•   Walgreens    •   Panda Express
•   Chase Bank   •   Pier One
    Address & Phone Numbers
When signing addresses and phone numbers the
 numbers 1-5 keep a palm-out orientation.

To show dashes in a phone number, just hold a
  slight pause between each group of numbers.
Also there is eye-contact for confirmation before
  going on the next set of number.
Take a moment and practice signing your own
  phone number.
Now sign the phone numbers of two other people
  you know.
    Address & Phone Numbers
To sign addresses, you need to spell out or abbreviate the
  full name of the street including the type of street it is.
• Street
• Lane
• Drive
• Road
• Etc.
Basic rule of thumb: spell it the same way it is on the street
  sign.
The sign STREET is used for a “general” street, not for part
  of the name of a street.
    Address & Phone Numbers
Signing directionals
Some parts of the country have simple
  directionals. If the directional is simply a south,
  north, east or west then the sign is okay.
But here in the northwest we are more
  complicated. I have seen addresses that end
  with St. Ct. NW. or SE St. Ct.
In that case you may simply shake briefly the NW
  or what ever the directional is.
                  ZIP Codes
• ZIP codes fall in the same category as phone numbers
  and house numbers in that all the numbers are signed
  with the palm-out – including numbers 1-5.
• Now practice signing your complete address and phone
  number.
• Ask a partner for their complete address and phone
  number.
• Be sure to sign it back to them for confirmation.
      Directions to your home
• Take a moment to trace your route home from
  school in your mind.
• Now sign it to yourself.
• Are there any key signs that you need to know
  from me?
• Now practice giving directions to your home with
  your partner.
• You are both at PHS, but you may use a closer
  reference point (like KPMS or borgan/16
  roundabout)
      Directions to your work
Finished before others?
• Try signing directions to your work, your
  boyfriend/girlfriend’s house, your favorite
  place to eat, or your church, etc.

• Try to pick a place that you would give
  someone directions to in real life.
Asl 2
Wednesday, Nov 30 2011
DAY 60                      Agenda
 • Novel
 Chapter questions.




L.T. gain an understanding of the history of Deaf life in the past century
ASL TOY
 DRIVE!
 All next week bring in
 your *NEW* toys for
 Signing Santa to hand
 out to kiddos!
     Signing Santa Toy Drive
                                Summary
• Toys must be NEW and still in the original package
    – (this is not a time to clean out your old stuff)
•   Girl bring girl toys, Boy bring boy toys
•   A nice gift is worth one token.
•   No toy should cost more than $5.00
•   10 points per token
•   Up to 50 pts possible



• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
Asl 2
Thursday, Dec 1, 2011
DAY 61                      Agenda
 • Novel chapter 4
 • questions




L.T. gain an understanding of the history of Deaf life in the past century
Asl 2
Friday, Dec 2, 2011
Day 62                      Agenda
  • Novel chapter 5
  • questions




L.T. gain an understanding of the history of Deaf life in the past century
ASL TOY
 DRIVE!
 All next week bring in
 your *NEW* toys for
 Signing Santa to hand
 out to kiddos!
     Signing Santa Toy Drive
                                Summary
• Toys must be NEW and still in the original package
    – (this is not a time to clean out your old stuff)
•   Girl bring girl toys, Boy bring boy toys
•   A nice gift is worth one token.
•   No toy should cost more than $5.00
•   10 points per token
•   Up to 50 pts possible



• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
Asl 1
Monday, Dec 5, 2011
DAY63
                           Agenda
 • Catch up day
 • Chapter 1-5 question packet should be
   complete.




L.T. gain an understanding of the history of Deaf life in the past century
Asl 2
Tuesday, Dec 6, 2011
DAY 64
                 Agenda
 • Test review
ASL TOY
 DRIVE!
 All next week bring in
 your *NEW* toys for
 Signing Santa to hand
 out to kiddos!
     Signing Santa Toy Drive
                                Summary
• Toys must be NEW and still in the original package
    – (this is not a time to clean out your old stuff)
•   Girl bring girl toys, Boy bring boy toys
•   A nice gift is worth one token.
•   No toy should cost more than $5.00
•   10 points per token
•   Up to 50 pts possible



• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
• Final collection date is Wednesday, Dec 7!
Asl 1
Wednesday, Dec 7, 2011
         Agenda
DAY 65



 TEST

								
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