ASL 10/11/12 – Directions Assignment

Due next class:

DIRECTIONS ASSIGNMENT

  1. INDIVIDUALLY DONE
  2. DIRECT MS. SMITH FROM ASL CLASSROOM TO A LOCATION IN THE SCHOOL.
  3. YOU WILL WRITE THE LOCATION ON A PIECE OF PAPER FOR MS SMITH TO
    KEEP IN HER POCKET UNTIL SHE ARRIVES (PREVENTS “OH, YEAH, I MEANT THAT.”)
  4. USE MINIMUM 6 SIGNS FROM THE WORD LIST.
  5. MUST HAVE MINIMUM 8 “STEPS” OR “INSTRUCTIONS”.
  6. YOU MAY SEND ME OUTSIDE – BUT I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO COMPLAIN J
  7. DIRECTIONS CAN INCLUDE ANYTHING WITHIN REASON
    1. EX: “BUY A POP FOR ME FROM THE MACHINE.”
    2. EX: “SAY HI TO MR. EVANS.”
    3. EX: “GET THE STICKY NOTE ON THE COMPUTER LAB DOOR.”
  8. SHOULD BE ABLE TO WALK THE ENTIRE ROUTE IN LESS THAN 4-5 MINUTES.
  9. YOU WILL FOLLOW, BUT DIRECTIONS WILL BE GIVEN ONCE AT BEGINNING.

 

Words:

 

ASL 10/11/12 – Unit 5 Vocabulary Words

Here is your first list of words for our new unit:

They are located on page 169, 170, 171, 175, and 176 of your unit photocopy.

We did class exercise A (page 168) and your homework was to try previewing the first part of Class exercise B on page 169. Give directions to locations in the school as if you were guiding someone from ASL class. 

Monday and Tuesday, March 27-28 – All ASL Classes (ASL 9/Intro 11: Block 3, 4, 7; ASL 10/11/12: Blocks 6, 8)

Welcome back from spring break, everyone. We’ve been doing a novel study type thing on El Deafo. We’re going to pick up speed – things have been awkward because of all the zillions of things that have happened as well as spring break, but as of next class we’ll be back on track to trucking along. 

All classes are at different points right now, but we will even out by the end of the book, I hope. 

Friday, February 24 – ASL 9/Intro 11 (block 7)

Today we reviewed questions on the medical model vs. the cultural model of Deafness.

  1. What is meant by “the medical model” of deafness?
  2. What is meant by “the cultural model” of deafness?
  3. Why do we capitalize “Deaf” when we are dealing
    with the cultural model?
  4. What does “deaf” mean, without the capital?
  5. What did your brain focus on (Deaf/deaf) when you
    heard the word before starting ASL class?
  6. What does your brain focus on now? Why?

I put up the answer key for the unit 2 review sheet: ASL9-In11 – MASL U2 Review Handout KEY

I suggested you review your unit 2 tasks and words to practice.

Unit 2 test on Tuesday Feb 28..

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