Well-Known Cities

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American Sign Language9th Grade

This lesson contains 29 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Items in this lesson

Well-known Cities

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States Dice Game
Materials: 
  • Have one partner grab a clear folder from the back
  • Have the other partner grab the die from me at the front of the classroom
timer
5:00

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Deaf Schools: List something done differently in a Deaf School than a hearing school.

Slide 3 - Open question

Well-known Cities

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Objectives
  • Review states
  • Identify large cities around this area 
  •  Learn major cities in ASL
  • Apply cities learned to what states they are located in (first in English then in ASL)

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Major Cities Around here

Slide 6 - Mind map

Culture Time
Did you know??
Most Deaf Adults live in larger cities across the United States.
Why do you think Deaf Adults prefer to live in larger cities?

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Why do you think Deaf Adults live in larger cities?

Slide 8 - Open question

Continued
Deaf Adults live in larger cities, because jobs, social opportunities, Deaf-interest agencies, schools for the Deaf, and interpreters are more plentiful in metropolitan areas than isolated areas. 

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What area do you think has the highest Deaf population?

Slide 10 - Mind map

Rochester New York

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Cities
City, town
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Houston
Los Angeles
New Orleans
Philadelphia
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Washington DC

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city, town

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Atlanta

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Boston

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Chicago

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Houston

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Los Angeles

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New Orleans

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Philadelphia

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Salt Lake City

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San Francisco

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Seattle

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Washington D.C.

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GimKit- Major Cities

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Match
Houston
Atlanta
Boston
LA
New Orleans
Philadephia
Salt Lake City
Seattle
SF
Chicago

Slide 26 - Drag question

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ASL Connecting Cities with States 
  • In your ASL notebook take the results of the drag and drop and write it in your notebook. 
  • Practice signing with a partner, I'll pull sticks 
Example: ATLANTA WHERE? GA

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ASL Bingo States and Cities

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