Week Fourteen

Your assignment for this week is to translate “You Are My All In All” on your own. I would love to put your video under the student presentation part of the website if you would like to provide me the link to your YouTube video. Remember that you can translate the song just using the words that are provided or you can just keep the concept and use some of the same or even completely different words. If you need to know any signs, you are welcome to comment below and I will make a vocabulary video for any requested that I didn’t already go over in class. 🙂 🙂 🙂

 

Text from the PowerPoint:

American Sign Language 2: Week Five

 

Review
• Fingerspelling
• Receptive Fingerspelling Quiz
• Numbers Quiz
• Receptive
• Expressive
• Your name

 

Lesson 16 Vocabulary
• Animal
• Backpack
• Bird
• Bored, boring
• Boss, coach
• Busy, business
• City, town, community
• Complain, complaint, gripe
• Continue, endure, last
• Cow
• Daily, everyday
• Difficult, difficulty, problem
• Europe
• Experience
• Fish
• Gallaudet (University)
• Give up, surrender
• Graduate, graduation
• Hurry, rush
• Increase, add to
• Interpret
• Interrupt, bother, disturb
• Last, final
• Mouse
• Move-away
• Past, before
• Pig, pork
• Pity, sympathy, mercy
• Friendly, pleasant
• Print, publish, newspaper
• Snobby, stuck up
• Start, begin
• Pill, take pill
• Total, sum, all together
• Add, addition

 

Lesson 16: Time Measurements Incorporating Number

  • Day (1-9)
  • Week (1-9)
  • Month (1-9)
  • Second (1-9)
  • Minute (1-10)
  • Hour (1-9)
  • Year (1-5)

 

Lesson 16: Tense Indicators Incorporating Number

  • NEXT-WEEK (Numbers 1-9)
  • LAST-WEEK (Numbers 1-9)
  • NEXT-MONTH (Numbers 1-9)
  • NEXT-YEAR (Numbers 1-5)
  • LAST-YEAR (Numbers 1-5)

 

Lesson 16: Time Reduplication

  • Hourly
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Next-year
  • Daily
  • Different form
  • Days of the week:
  • EVERY-MONDAY
  • EVERY-TUESDAY
  • EVERY-WEDNESDAY
  • EVERY-THURSDAY
  • EVERY-FRIDAY
  • EVERY-SATURDAY
  • EVERY-SUNDAY
  • EVERY-MORNING
  • EVERY-AFTERNOON
  • EVERY-NIGHT

 

Lesson 16

  • MY A-S-L CLASS LONG (t) 2-HOUR.
  • My ASL class is two hours long.
  • COURSE I TAKE-UP 8-WEEK.
  • The course I’m taking is 8 weeks long.
  • HE LOSE ALMOST 9-DAY
  • He was lost for almost nine days.
  • HE GRADUATE GALLAUDET 4-YEAR-AGO
  • He graduated from Gallaudet four years ago.
  • C-O SAY WILL BRING-HERE BED IN-4-WEEK
  • The company said it would bring the bed in four weeks.

 

Lesson 16

  • MUST I TAKE-PILL DAILY.
  • I must take a pill everyday.
  • SHE GO EUROPE BUSINESS MONTHLY.
  • She goes to Europe on business every month.
  • HE EXERCISE WEEKLY.
  • He exercises every week.

 

Lesson 17 Vocabulary
• Volunteer, volunteered
• Argue, quarrel, fight
• Broke (no money)
• But
• Caption, subtitles, sentence, comment
• Compare, comparison
• Damage, destroy
• Doubt
• Earache
• East
• Famous
• Fire (from job), fired
• Frustrate, frustrated
• Hit
• Hope (2)
• Expect
• Late
• Lie-down
• Metal

• Arrest, grab, get-ahold-of, catch
• North
• Nothing-to-it, it-was-nothing, almost nothing
• Put-in
• Radio
• Rent
• Research
• Retire, vacation
• Ruin, spoiled
• Seem, appear
• Shot-up, became successful, increased
• Something, someone
• South
• Going-steady
• Support, sponsor, advocate
• Tend (puh)
• Tournament
• West
• Wheelchair
• Wood
• Wrong
• Wrong (accident)

 

Lesson 17: Using a Clause as Topic

  • Some verbs such as WANT, DON’T-WANT, KNOW, DON’T-KNOW, LIKE, DON’T-LIKE, KNOW-THAT, FEEL, DECIDE, HOPE, SEE, DOUBT, TEND can be preceded by a topicalized clause.
  • GO TOMORROW (t), I DON’T-WANT I (n).
  • I don’t want to leave tomorrow.
  • HE LIKE SHE GIRL (t), I KNOW-THAT I (y).
  • I know that he likes the girl.

 

Lesson 17: Using a Clause as Topic

  • Also, the negatives NOT, NEVER, NONE, and NOTHING can be preceded by a topicalized clause.
  • GO TOMORROW (t), NOT I (n).
  • I’m not leaving tomorrow.
  • I EXERCISE (t), NEVER (n).
  • I never exercise.

 

Lesson 17: Comparative Sentences

  • When comparing two persons, places, things, or ideas, the following procedure is used
  • Establish one person place, thing, or idea on one side of the body and the other on the other side
  • Then indicate which one you will comment on
  • A person place, thing, or idea can be established in a pronoun location to show a relationship with that pronoun

 

Lesson 17: Comparative Sentences

  • WASHINGTON, NEW-YORK, (t) I PREFER IT (WASHINGTON).
  • I prefer Washington to New York.
  • CAR IT HAVE RADIO, A-C, IT PLAIN, (t) I WANT IT (PLAIN).
  • I want the plain car rather than the one with a radio and air conditioner.
  • MY SISTER, YOUR SISTER, (t) SHE (MY SISTER) OLDER SHE.
  • My sister is older than yours.

 

Lesson 17: Conjunctions

  • The signs WRONG, HAPPEN, HIT, FRUSTRATE, and FIND can be used as conjunctions.
  • Some of their meanings:
  • WRONG
  • Without warning, suddenly
  • FRUSTRATE
  • To be prevented from
  • HIT
  • Unexpectedly, turned out that
  • FIND
  • Find out that
  • HAPPEN
  • Happened that
  • I WALK, WRONG RAIN.
  • As I was walking, it suddenly started raining.
  • I PLAN PARTY, FIND (n ) HE CAN’T COME.
  • I was planning the party, then I found out that he couldn’t come.
  • HE GO VACATION 1-WEEK, HIT LAID-UP SICK.
  • He went on vacation for a week and unexpectedly became ill.
  • I CHAT HAPPEN HE-TELL-ME HE FROM WASHINGTON.
  • I was talking with him and he happened to tell me he was from Washington.
  • TONIGHT TWO-US WANT SEE MOVIE, FRUSTRATE CLOSE.
  • We wanted to see the movie tonight but it was closed.

 

Fingerspelling Practice and Receptive Quiz

 

Receptive and Expressive Numbers Quiz

 

Notes About Introducing Yourself

 

Vocabulary: Chapter Sixteen

 

Chapter Sixteen: Time Measurement With Numeric Incorporation and Time Reduplication

 

Chapter Seventeen: Vocabulary

 

Chapter Seventeen: Using a Clause as a Topic, Comparative Sentences, and Conjunctions

 

He Knows My Name

  • I have a Maker
  • He formed my heart
  • Before even time began
  • My life was in His hands
  • GOD HE MAKE ME
  • HEART MADE
  • BEFORE TIME, LONG-AGO
  • MY LIFE DEAR-TO-HEART
  • He knows my name
  • He knows my every thought
  • He sees each tear that falls
  • And He hears me when I call
  • HE KNOW MY NAME
  • BEFORE THINKING HE KNOW FINISH
  • SUFFERING / CRYING HE FORESEE
  • CRY-OUT / REQUEST HE PAY-ATTENTION COMPREHEND
  • I have a Father
  • He calls me His own
  • He’ll never leave me
  • No matter where I go
  • MY FATHER RELATIONSHIP LOVE
  • HE NAMED SPECIAL CHILD
  • HE NEVER ESCAPE / ABANDON ME
  • DOESN’T-MATTER WHAT-I-DO / DESCISION HE GOES-WITH-ME
  • He knows my name
  • He knows my every thought
  • He sees each tear that falls
  • And He hears me when I call
  • HE KNOW MY NAME
  • BEFORE THINKING HE KNOW FINISH
  • SUFFERING / CRYING HE FORSEE
  • CRY-OUT / REQUEST HE PAY-ATTENTION COMPREHEND

 

You Are My All In All (audio)

 

You Are My All In All

  • You are my strength when I am weak
  • You are the treasure that I seek
  • You are my all in all
  • Seeking You as a precious jewel
  • Lord, to give up I’d be a fool
  • You are my all in all
  • Taking my sin, my cross, my shame
  • Rising up again I bless Your name
  • You are my all in all
  • When I fall down You pick me up
  • When I am dry You fill my cup
  • You are my all in all
  • Jesus, Lamb of God
  • Worthy is Your name
  • Jesus, Lamb of God
  • Worthy is Your name

 

Students Translating Tommy Walker’s “He Knows My Name”

 

Song: Tommy Walker’s “He Knows My Name” (Student Translation)

 

“You Are My All In All” Translation Assignment

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