U13 - Westland ASL

Report
Life Events and
Countries
Unit 13
Based on Signing Naturally,
Unit 15
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Unit 13 Major Goals
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Discuss life events and nationalities
Use transitions between events in narratives
Use dependent clauses (when clauses)
Use classifiers to describe events
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Link to signs for countries: http://www.aslresource.net/index.html
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
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Europe
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Africa
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Middle East and Asia
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Australia and Oceania
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South America
Central America and Caribbean
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North America
vocabulary
OTHER NARRATIVE SIGNS
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From
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Itself
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Around (time)
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Lie
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Fiction/fictional, make-up
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Describing Family
History
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Describing Mixed Nationality
mixed heritage
strong
full
half
100%
mixed
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Narrative Sequence
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•
•
•
W
Tell who
Tell background
Tell about changes
Tell about move
F
G
A
W
G
W
?
E
A
E
E
A
Family Tree Diagram
A
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E
Why People Migrate
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Economic Reasons
Disasters
Persecution
War
Family Reasons
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Conjunctions – Connecting Ideas
Unexpected circumstances
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Compare/contrast, shoulder
shifting, use of sign space is used
along with on of the following:
but,
however
finish/then
wrong
which?
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hit
happen
Family Background Narrative
– Discuss why your family and relatives moved.
Include:
• Mother’s and father’s side
• Use pronouns to refer to a grandparent or greatgrandparent
• Tell two countries, if possible (ok to invent)
• Use at least one of these signs: strong, 100%, full, ½,
cross, or mix
• Use at least one conjunction that shows an unexpected
event : wrong, hit, happen
• Tell at least one person’s reason for moving
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Recording and sending video through
email.
– Follow this process to get a grade on family
background narrative:
• Use webcams to videotape a draft of yourself signing
about your family history
• Use Windows Moviemaker to compress your video file
down to 20 MB or less if you can
• Name the file family reasons_yourname
• Email video to me at (NEW EMAIL!)
[email protected]
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tumblr.com
Open tumblr.com account if you have turned in
a signed permission slip
1. Use this convention to name your URL for this
project:
chmsaslfirstname.tumblr.com
2. Name your page ASL Share
3. Use the “video” icon at the top of your ASL
Share dashboard page to open a video upload
prompt page and upload your video.
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Family Background Narrative Rubric
Names:
2
3
4
5
3 or more elements
missing
2 elements missing
1 element missing
All elements present
Non Manual Signals
Few or no NMS
Some correct NMS
Many correct NMS
NMS present
throughout with
correct timing
Sign Production
(HOLM)
3 or more incorrect
signs
2 incorrect signs
1 incorrect sign
All signs produced
correctly
Fluency /
Smoothness of
signing
Very halting, many
unnatural pauses
Somewhat halting,
several unnatural
pauses
Mostly smooth, little
hesitancy
No hesitancy, very
smooth
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Family Background Narrative Rubric
Family BG Narrative Rubric
Name:
2
*Mother’s and father’s side
*Use pronouns to refer to a
grandparent or greatgrandparent
*Two countries, if possible (ok to
invent)
*At least one : strong, 100%, full,
½, cross, or mix
*At least one reason for moving
*At least one conjunction :
wrong, hit, happen
3 or more elements
missing
2 elements missing
1 element missing
All elements present
Non Manual Signals
Few or no NMS
Some correct NMS
Many correct NMS
NMS present
throughout with
correct timing
Sign Production
(HOLM)
3 or more incorrect
signs
2 incorrect signs
1 incorrect sign
All signs produced
correctly
Fluency /
Smoothness of
signing
Very halting, many
unnatural pauses
Somewhat halting,
several unnatural
pauses
Mostly smooth, little
hesitancy
No hesitancy, very
smooth
3
4
*Shoulder shift (mom/dad)
*Eye gaze (family tree)
*Eyebrows up (topic/comm)
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5
vocabulary
LIFE EVENTS
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Grow-up, be-raised
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Go-through-school-grades
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Graduate
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Fall-in-love
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Conceive, become-pregnant
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Move-to
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Offer (job offer)
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Promote, promotion
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Transfer (different job)
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Principal
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Car accident
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Retire
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Settle-down
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Put-down-roots, settle-down
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Died, dead
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Laid-off (work)
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Burn-down
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Drop-out, quit (school)
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Take (test)
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Pass
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Fail
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License
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Escape
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Mess-up, chaos
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Soldier
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Summon
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Kill
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War
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Watch “Jose’s Life Story”, (SN VHS, Unit 15). Identify
the parts of the narrative, and summarize in
English. Use the picture sequence to help you
follow the narrative.
1. Introduction (born and raised in…?)
a. _______________________________
2. Main Body (name 3 major events and when they
happened)
a. ________________________________
b. ________________________________
c. ________________________________
3. Closing (current situation or future plans)
a. ________________________________
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“Jose’s Life Story” picture sequence
Vocabulary & Grammar
TIME TRANSITIONS
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Pauses
• This is the most common type of transition.
At the end of an event nod your head slightly,
pause your signing, then raise your head to
signal the beginning of the next event.
SignWriting here
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Dependent or “when” clauses
• This transition happens at the beginning of a
sentence and explains when an event happened.
This is a time/topic-comment structure, so the
eyebrows raise and the head nods downward for
the “when” portion, then the eyebrows flatten
and head raises during the event explanation.
Use this transition to tell about the following:
1. Age (When I was 5, I started school.)
2. Preceding event (After graduation, I started working)
3. Year of event (In 1985, he passed away)
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Time signs indicating a period of time
• Use NMS with the later-on sign to show the
relative amount of time passed.
Later-on, some-time-later
Short time later
Medium time later
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Long time later
Up-until-now, since
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Before-event
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Show of Hands – p. 2
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It’s A Small World – p.2

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