"ASL 2, Semester 1 Receptive Final Study Guide"
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)