Equivalent to English: banquet
ASL 101 Tutorial: 5
- Identifying a person: basic CLOTHES.
- Vocabulary: basic COLORS. Review numbers.
- Introducing WOMAN, MAN, GIRL, BOY, PEOPLE, PERSON, WHO.
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.
Comprehension check: respond with the number.
T: [signed color]/\ WHICH NUMBER?
T: [point to the number]
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.
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)
T: TWO PLUS TWO HOW MANY?
S: (reply) FOUR
As you and your friend part, the following common farewells are: bye-bye, see-you later, take-care, thumb-up, #TC (take care), etc.