Week Thirteen

So this week, at the end of class, we began going through the song “He Knows My Name” by Tommy Walker. I would LOVE for you to go through on your own (as I assigned at the end of class) and begin ttranslating the song yourself. You can use the same words and follow the same structure or you can mix it up and go for the concept. Whatever feels right to you. Try to consider the topic-comment structure that we learned and how to best get the concept being described in English to the same meaning, but using signs. You can do it! More than just translating the song yourself. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE for you guys to translate the song and then post a video of yourself on YouTube that I can link onto my page. That would be so cool!!! Let me know if you need help with any of the signs and remember to just do your best and not worry. So excited to see what you come up with!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

 

Text from PowerPoint:

American Sign Language 2: Week Four

 

Review
• Fingerspelling
• Receptive Fingerspelling Quiz
• Numbers Quiz
• Receptive
• Expressive
• Your name
Lesson 14 Vocabulary
• Anyway, regardless, it-doesn’t-matter, whatever
• Bathe, bath
• Bother, disturb
• Car-accident, collide, collision
• Chase
• Confused, mixed-up,
• Curious
• Do, action
• Earn
• Exercise, work-out
• False, fake
• Freeze, frozen
• Give-shot
• Hammer
• Hit, impact
• Interact, associate, socialize, fellowship
• Lazy
• Monkey
• Nervous
• Never
• None
• Nothing
• Nurse
• Patient, patience, endure, bear, long-suffering
• Play
• Puzzled, perplexed
• Quick, fast, rapid
• Real, true, really, truly, surely
• Require, demand
• To-ride, ride
• Science
• Screwdriver
• Shave, razor
• Shop, shopping
• Shower
• Since
• Spend, pay
• Take-picture, camera
• Turkey
• Warn, caution
• Wrench

 

Lesson 14: More Negatives

  • Use of NEVER. Occurs either before the verb or at the end of the sentence.
  • I never exercise.
  • I EXERCISE NEVER I. (negation) OR I NEVER EXERCISE I. (negation)

 

Lesson 14: More Negatives

  • Use of NONE to mean not or not at all. Verbs like HAVE, SEE, UNDERSTAND, FEEL, HEAR, EAT, and GET are frequently negated with NONE. NONE may occur either before or after the verb, but when it occurs after the verb, the two signs are often blended together in a single, smooth movement.
  • I haven’t seen my friend for a long time
  • FRIEND (topic) I SEE NONE SINCE

 

Lesson 14: Negative Quantifiers

  • NONE may also be used before a noun to show a zero quantity of the noun.
  • I SEE NONE PEOPLE I. (n)
  • I didn’t see any people.
  • I BUY NONE CLOTHES I
  • I bought no clothes.

 

Lesson 14: Negative Quantifiers

  • NOTHING is also used to indicate zero quantity; it is used after the verb.
  • I BUY NOTHING I. (n)
  • I bought nothing.
  • I SEE NOTHING I. (n)
  • I saw nothing.
  • HE FEEL NOTHING HE. (n)
  • He felt nothing.

 

Lesson 14: Negatives- Examples

  • I NEVER GO MOVIE I or I GO MOVIE NEVER I
  • I never go to the movies.
  • SHE BUY NOTHING. (n)
  • She bought nothing.
  • NOW YEAR, I IMPROVE NOTHING. (n)
  • I didn’t improve at all this year.
  • Z-O-O IT HAVE NONE MONKEY. (n)
  • There are no monkeys at the zoo.

 

Lesson 14: Use of NOTHING

  • In sentences like the following, NOTHING has the meaning of a denial of a preceding accusation. The accusation usually has a topic marker.
  • I HIT BOY, (t) NOTHING I (n)!
  • I didn’t hit the boy!
  • GLASS SHE BREAK?(q) NOTHING SHE. (n)
  • Did she break the glass? No, she didn’t.

 

Lesson 15 Vocabulary
• Alone
• Best
• Better
• Borrow
• Careful, be careful
• Careless
• Choose, pick
• Committee
• Copy, imitate, record
• Dictionary
• Don’t mind, don’t care
• Dry, desert
• Exaggerate
• Finally, succeed, success (pah)
• Government
• Happen, occur
• Hire, invite, welcome
• Impossible
• Jealous, envious
• Join, participate, involve
Lesson 15 Vocabulary
• Kill, murder
• Listen
• Loan, lend
• Member
• Offer, propose, suggest
• Polite, fancy
• Present, give, gift
• Ready
• Same time, simultaneously
• Schedule
• Summon, call
• Take, take out
• Take advantage of, rip off
• Thief
• Thin
• Trophy, award
• Worse, figure out

 

Fingerspelling Practice and Receptive Quiz

 

Numbers Receptive and Expressive Quiz

 

Introducing Yourself Practice

 

Chapter Fourteen Vocabulary

 

Chapter Fourteen

 

Chapter Fifteen Vocabulary

 

Chapter Fifteen

 

He Knows My Name (audio)

 

He Knows My Name
I have a Maker
He formed my heart
Before even time began
My life was in His hands

He Knows My Name
He knows my name
He knows my every thought
He sees each tear that falls
And He hears me when I call

He Knows My Name
I have a Father
He calls me His own
He’ll never leave me
No matter where I go

He Knows My Name
He knows my name
He knows my every thought
He sees each tear that falls
And He hears me when I call

 

Translating He Knows My Name

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2 thoughts on “Week Thirteen

  1. You are awesome. Use your site just about everyday for my ASL II class. Wanted you to know how much I appreciate what you do for others, Nicole

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