ASL 2, Semester 1 Receptive Final Study Guide

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					             ASL 2, Semester 1 Receptive Final Study Guide
                           for Mrs. Warren’s classes

Study for Signing:
    Fingerspelling
    Numbers (different types like money, fractions, cardinal, etc.)
    Chapters 6-8 vocabulary from “Signing Naturally”
    Chapters 14-19 in the “Learning American Sign Language” packet
    Sentences (use mini-conversations from “LASL” and “SN” book and
       DVD to help and the conversations you presented in front of the class.
       Practice by signing with friends.)
    Classifiers- what could each classifier be used for? These can be found
       in the LASL book. (Ch 7, 9, & 10)

Study for Culture:
    Know the different kinds of names signs and what makes them
       different (SN pg 74)
    Know the general rules for the conversation when you meet a deaf
       person for the first time (SN pgs 73-74)
    Know the general rules for interpreting, including what to wear
    What is the most basic sentence structure of ASL?
    Do deaf people have stronger vision than hearing people?
    Know about uses of lights for deaf people and who might use them as
       alarms to wake themselves up
    Know what deaf people keep in mind when moving to a new home
    Know the correct order in which to describe someone (SN pg 81)
    Know common jobs for deaf people
    Know the technology deaf people use in their homes for alarm systems
       as well as communication technology used to communicate with other
       deaf people.
    Know about the ADA and who it applies to
    Know the correct facial grammar for signing (When do eyebrows go
       up? Go down?)
    Know about the Milan Conference and how it affected deaf
       people(Deaf History Project- Can also be found in FHPO book)
    Study the culturally appropriate ways to meet people, leave early, and
       for chatting
    Know the point of and the effect of the DPN Rally/Protest (Deaf
       History Project- Can also be found in FHPO book)

				
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