Beginning ASL: Week Two

Beginning American Sign Language Class: Week Two

  • Prayer
  • Review

 

  •  Fingerspelling
    • (chart)
    • Review
  • Receptive Fingerspelling Quiz

 

  • Numbers 0-20
    • Review

 

  • Pronoun Vocabulary
    • I/Me
    • You
    • He/She/It, Him/Her
    • We/us
    • They/Them
    • You (plural)
    • My/Mine
    • Your/Yours
    • His/Her/Hers/Its
    • Our/Ours
    • Their/Theirs
    • Your/Yours (plural)

 

  • Dialogue Vocabulary
    • Hello
    • What
    • Name
    • Nice
    • Meet
    • Same, Like
    • Same-As-Me

 

  • Age (number incorporation)
    • He is four years old.
      • HE AGE-4
    • Amy is age eleven.
      • A-M-Y SHE AGE-11
    • I am 20.
      • ME AGE-20
    • Find a partner

 

REVIEW: Week one dialogue

  • Person A:
    • Hello, what’s your name?
    • HELLO YOUR NAME WHAT
  • Person B:
    • My name is _________
    • MY NAME _________
  • Person A:
    • (repeat name).
  • Person B:
    • What’s your name?
    • YOUR NAME WHAT
  • Person A:
    • My name is _________
    • MY NAME _________
  • Person B:
    • (repeat name). Nice to meet you.
    • (repeat name). NICE MEET YOU.
  • Person A:
    • Nice to meet you, too.
    • NICE MEET-YOU SAME. or ME-SAME

 

New material

  • Numbers 21-40
  • Time (number incorporation)

 

Vocabulary: Relationships

  • Mom
  • Grandma
  • Woman
  • Girl
  • Daughter
  • Granddaughter
  • Sister
  • Wife
  • Girlfriend
  • Aunt
  • Cousin (female)
  • Niece
  • Dad
  • Grandpa
  • Man
  • Boy
  • Son
  • Grandson
  • Brother
  • Husband
  • Boyfriend
  • Uncle
  • Cousin (male)
  • Nephew

 

Vocabulary: Emotions/States of being

  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Upset
  • Angry, mad
  • Tired
  • Excited
  • Fine
  • Disappointed, miss
  • Scared, frightened
  • Nervous, anxious
  • Proud
  • Bored
  • Curious
  • Embarrassed
  • Frustrated
  • Worried, troubled
  • Surprised
  • OK
  • Silly
  • Funny
  • Good

 

Vocabulary: Places

  • Work
  • School
  • Home
  • Church
  • Store
  • Restaurant
  • Starbucks
  • Target
  • In-N-Out

 

Vocabulary: Random

  • Go
  • Want
  • Don’t-want
  • Need
  • Delicious
  • Can’t
  • Enjoy
  • Oh-I-See
  • Thank-You
  • Class
  • Two-of-Us
  • Two-of-them

 

Vocabulary: Common phrases

  • What are you doing?/What do you want to do?
  • What’s up?
  • How are you?

 

Wh-Words Facial Grammar

 

Vocabulary: Wh-words

  • Who
  • What
  • Where
  • When
  • Why
  • How
  • How-Many
  • Non-manual marker: The eyebrows are furrowed a bit (squeezed somewhat together) and the head moved slightly forward.

 

Partner Dialogue

  • Person A:
    • Hello, how are you?
    • HELLO HOW-YOU.
  • Person B:
    • I’m excited. How are you?
    • ME EXCITED ME. HOW-YOU.
  • Person A:
    • I’m fine. Why are you excited?
    • ME FINE ME. YOU EXCITED WHY.
  • Person B:
    • At seven o’clock I’m going to Starbucks.
    • TIME-7 ME WHAT-DO. GO STARBUCKS.
  • Person A:
    • Starbucks is delicious.
    • STARBUCKS DELICIOUS.
  • Person B:
    • Do you want to go to Starbucks?
    • STARBUCKS TWO-OF-US GO WANT.
  • Person A:
    • I have ASL class at six so I can’t.
    • ME CAN’T. WHY. CLASS A-S-L TIME-6.
  • Person B:
    • I understand. Enjoy work.
    • OH-I-SEE. CLASS ENJOY.
  • Person A:
    • Thanks. I will.
    • THANK-YOU. I WILL I. (positive head nod)

 

Fingerspelling Review

 

Receptive Fingerspelling Quiz

 

Numbers 0-20 Review

 

Review of Number Incorporation: Age

 

Review of Dialogue 1

 

Review of Dialogue 1 Vocabulary and Pronouns

 

Numbers 21-40

 

Number Incorporation: Time

 

Vocabulary: Relationships to People

 

Vocabulary: Emotions and States of Being (part 1)

 

Vocabulary: Emotions and States of Being (part 2)

 

Vocabulary: Places

 

Vocabulary: Random

 

Vocabulary: Common Phrases

 

Dialogue 2

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