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ASL 101 Tutorial: 5

Identifying a person: basic description and basic colors

Vocabulary input: SHIRT, PANTS, GLASSES, HAT, SHOES, CLOTHES, HAIR

Vocabulary input (COLOR): BLUE, YELLOW, RED, ORANGE, GREEN, PURPLE, PINK, BLACK, WHITE, GRAY

IX-these WHOLE IX WHAT? COLOR.

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Equivalent to English: vote

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Comprehension check: respond with the number.

T: [signed color]/\ WHICH NUMBER?
S: [number]

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T: [point to the number]
S: [color]

T: PANTS/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?
T: GLASSES/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?
T: RED/\ IX WHICH NUMBER?

T: IX 10 SIGN WHAT/\ S: (reply) GREEN HAT

Vocabulary input: WOMAN, MAN

S1: IX MAN/\ BLUE PANTS, GLASSES, IX WHO?
S2: IX NAME fs-POPPY.

S1: fs-MANDY IX WHO?
S2: SEE+ IX WOMAN, RED SHOES, IX.
S1: OH-I-SEE.

Exercise

T: SEE IX WOMAN GREEN HAT? (S1: nodding to confirm) /\BOOK/\ YOU you-GIVE-her. S: (replying by action) T: THANK-YOU (or WAVE-NO, NEXT-to IX GREEN HAT to correct)

Review numbers

T: TWO PLUS TWO HOW MANY?
S: (reply) FOUR

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Farewells

As you and your friend part, the following common farewells are: bye-bye, see-you later, take-care, thumb-up, #TC (take care), etc.

NAME, WHAT?, WHO; all alphabetical letters; NICE, MEET-YOU
Using a wh-question signal.
Fingerspelling one's name.
Understanding pronouns and spatial referencing.
Pointing; acting out: strategies of asking what the sign is for.
SIGN, WHAT; BOOK, CHAIR, DOOR, COMPUTER, PAPER, etc.
Understanding a basic OSV structure.
[action] IX-me #DO++ WHAT?
[object]/\ YOU [verb] (giving a command)
Tell when: IN-PAST/BEFORE, NOW, FUTURE/WILL
Counting 1 to 12. NUMBER, NEXT, BEFORE/PREVIOUS
Farewell: BYE.

Work in progress

Greetings: asking how one is.
HOW YOU?, FINE, GOOD, TIRED, etc.
Telling whose object is
Understand the difference between pronouns and possessives.
Voc: YOU, ME, YOUR, MY, etc.
Recognizing same/different

Voc: SAME, DIFFERENT
Opposite and category: strategies of asking what the sign is.
YES/NO, MAN/WOMAN, etc.
Use a basic constructive structure (grammar).
Use [objects] WHOLE IX+ SIGN WHAT?
Describing basic feelings.
PEOPLE; MAN, WOMAN, BOY, GIRL
FEELINGS; HAPPY, SAD, MAD...
Use a yes/no question signal. IX HAPPY, IX?
Negation: NOT
Basic activities: What is one doing?
RUNNING, SITTING, WALKING...
Use a verb LIKE, NOT+LIKE.
Tell when: YESTERDAY, TOMORROW, TODAY

Work in progress