Classifiers Continued

Classifiers Continued
• Continue learning how to use CL: Bent V
• Understand how to use CL: B and Base B for flat objects
• Continue learning classifiers
• Create a sentence using classifiers
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This lesson contains 27 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.

Lesson duration is: 50 min

Items in this lesson

Classifiers Continued
• Continue learning how to use CL: Bent V
• Understand how to use CL: B and Base B for flat objects
• Continue learning classifiers
• Create a sentence using classifiers

Slide 1 -Slide

What are classifiers?
What are the two types of classifiers?

Can you provide an example?

What do you need to do first before signing a classifier?

Slide 2 -Slide

What was your favorite type of storytelling from last lesson?

Slide 4 -Video

ASL notebook
-In your ASL notebook, identify the key component (idea) discussed in the following video about classifiers.
Note: pay attention to what you have to do before you sign the classifier.

Slide 6 -Video

Think back: ASL Notebook
1. When did you see this classifier used in the poem "dandelions"
2. What was it used for/described?

Slide 7 -Slide

Practice Using CL: B and base B
With a partner try to determine how to use classifier base B for the following:
1. Cup on a table
2. cat walking on the table
Classifier B:
1. rollercoaster

Slide 8 -Slide

Let's take a look:
The following slide will show you one way to use CL: b for a rollercoaster. Was yours similar or different?

Slide 10 -Video

Was your CL: B for roller coaster similar or different?

Slide 11 -Poll

Partner- work with a partner using the B classifier to sign this ride.

Slide 12 -Slide

What is CL: B used for/show?

CL: Bent V

Slide 14 -Slide

How have we used bent v in the past? Try to list as many ways as you can remember.

Slide 16 -Slide

Practice using bent: v
Make sure you identify the classifiers
1. row of chairs
2. diving (pool)
3. jumping

Slide 17 -Slide

row of chairs
make sure you identify the CL first

First Sign Chair
Then use the CL

Slide 19 -Slide

Partner
-With a partner, take a look at the way the chairs are positioned in your color group. Sign it using the bent V classifier, don't forget to tell your partner what the classifier is first.

Slide 20 -Slide

Bent V continued
-Let's look at some other ways the Bent V can be used.

Diving

Slide 22 -Slide

Dollar Signs in eyes

Slide 23 -Slide

What do you think dollar signs in eyes mean? If you don't know look it up.