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									Complaining About
Others and Making
   Suggestions
      Unit 14
              Standards
 The student will be able to recognize and
  demonstrate complaints, suggestions
  and requests.
 The student will be able to identify
  everyday experiences of Deaf People.
                   Objectives:
 Recognize and demonstrate recurring and
    continuous inflected verbs.
   Recognize and demonstrate health problems and
    suggestions
   Recognize and demonstrate time signs and clock
    numbers.
   Recognize and demonstrate conditional sentences
    related to borrowing
   Recognize and demonstrate complaints about
    others (pets, children, roommates/spouse and
    neighbors)
   Recognize and demonstrate negotiation skills
   Recognize and demonstrate making requests and
    suggesting solutions.
   Identify culturally appropriate ways of obtaining,
    directing and maintaining attention within the deaf
    community
              Target Vocabulary
           complaining about others
   Sick-of Tend-to Always Not-mind Postpone
   Pre-pone Show-to (person) Tell-to (person)
   Ask-to (person) Call-by-phone (person)
   Give-to (person) Inform (person)
   Summon (person) Participate Hold-down (place)
   All-right Permit Stuck Better “Pshaw” Awful
   Wow Know++
Sentence structure
           Rhetorical Questions
 Rhetorical questions are accompanied by a
    brow raised and frequently a tilting of the head.
   A „wh-word‟ sign usually occurs with this type of
    question
   The are not true questions since the addressee
    is not expected to respond but rather wait for
    more information.
   This is used to draw attention to the information
   Used frequently in ASL conversations
        Complaining about
 Pets
 Children (siblings)
 Roommates/spouses/family
 Neighbors/teachers
   Complaining About Others and
      Making Suggestions
 Pets
 Bite-on Come-to Hair fall-out Yell Lick-on++
 Jump-on++ Bark++
  Complaining About Others and
     Making Suggestions
 Empathize Pets
 Bite-on
 Come-to
 Hair fall-out
 Yell
 Lick-on++
 Jump-on++
 Bark++
     Complaining About Others and
        Making Suggestions
   Children
   Spill++ Be-Lost++ Steal++ Noise++ Break++
   Afraid Complain Physical-fight++ Forget++
   Take-from++ Tattle++ Cry++ Yell++ Lie++
   Quarrel++ Mischievous Drop++
     Complaining About Others and
        Making Suggestions
   Empathize Children    Forget++ Take-
   Spill++                  from++
   Be-Lost++               Tattle++
   Steal++                 Cry++
   Noise++                 Yell++
   Break++                 Lie++
   Afraid                  Quarrel++
   Complain                Mischievous
   Physical-fight++        Drop++
       Complaining About Others and
          Making Suggestions
   Roommate / Spouse / Family
   Forget++ Go-out++ Late++ Borrow-from-me++ too-clean++
   Oversleep++ Tempted++ Buy++ Spend-money-fast++ Worry
   Smoke-cigarette++ Bite-nails++ Leave-alone++ Take-from-me++
   Use-( ) my object “Odor from body”++ Late++   Eat++
   Commute++ bathroom Be-broke++ Be-behind-in++ Work-cont
     Complaining About Others and
        Making Suggestions
 Empathize Roommate /      Smoke-cigarette++
    Spouse / Family         Bite-nails++
   Forget++                Leave-alone++
   Go-out++                Take-from-me++
   Late++                  Use-( ) my object
   Borrow-from-me++        “Odor from body”++
   too-clean++             Late++
   Oversleep++             Eat++
   Tempted++               Commute++ bathroom
   Buy++                   Be-broke++
   Spend-money-fast++      Be-behind-in++
   Worry                   Work-cont
  Complaining About Others and
     Making Suggestions
 Neighbors
 Noise++ Nosy++ Complain++
 Bother-me++ Come-to++ Gossip++
  Complaining About Others and
     Making Suggestions
 Empathize Neighbors
 Noise++
 Nosy++
 Complain++
 Bother-me++
 Come-to++
 Gossip++
I Can‟t Stand It Anymore!
                    Practice with
                    your partner
                    all the
                    pet/person
                    combinations
              At the Garage
 Get a card
 You are a traveler in a foreign country your
  car broke down tell the mechanic what is
  wrong with out using signs, but gesturing,
  acting, until the mechanic understands
  what is wrong.
 Then switch roles (the mechanic plays the
  traveler and the traveler plays the
  mechanic)
                  Fast Forward
 Stand in a circle
 Sign your favorite sign
 Then sign it as ______ as you can
big          fast           slow         low
high         small          backwards    privately
cheerfully   sadly          crazy        surprised
angrily      emphatically   doubtfully   Repeat fast
Yes/no       Wh-word QQ     Negative     Positive
QQ                          statement    statement
Fingerspelling Commonly Used Words
 Get into 4 straight lines of equally numbered
    students.
   The first person in line will need a paper from
    me.
   The last person in line will need a paper and
    pencil.
   After putting all students names in your line on
    the paper. Number the paper 1-48
   Relay the fingerspelled words down the line to
    the last person.
   Check the words.. The line with the most correct
    in the fasted time wins…….
                 Expressive test prep

								
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