Advice, Directionality Signs, and Helpful Signs

Advice and Directionality Signs
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American Sign Language9th Grade

This lesson contains 26 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.

Items in this lesson

Advice and Directionality Signs

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  • Review and reflect back to the prior lesson on closed captioning and interpreters
  • Learn vocabulary that you will see throughout the unit
  •  Understand and apply directionality or directional signs 
  • Learn and apply helpful signs 

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  • ASL notebook
  • Closed Captioning and Interpreters
  • We will watch the final video on Closed Captioning
  • t-Chart

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Slide 4 - Video

In your team discuss: What is better, closed captioning, interpreters, or both? Have 1 person type your answer, type your team number too.

Slide 5 - Open question

My Advice (ASL Notebook)
  • Watch the following video
  • Write down the signs you know  
  • I will play this multiple times

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Slide 7 - Video

My Advice Vocabulary

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to grab

Slide 9 - Poll


Slide 10 - Poll


Slide 11 - Poll

My advice (part of the video dialogue)

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Culture Time

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Let's go over the video 

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Slide 15 - Video

What advice did he give?

Slide 16 - Open question

Directional Signs-

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Slide 18 - Video

In your own words, what are direction signs? Why are they important?

Slide 19 - Open question

Directional Signs

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Do I need to sign you or me when signing direction signs?
No, the sign implies that (it's already incorporated with the sign). If you sign you or me it's repetitive. Example (give you you)

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Directional Signs

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To give
to move

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help me
help you
Help Signs

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In your own words, what are directional signs? What did you notice when you were signing them?

Slide 25 - Open question

Additional Direction Signs
to tell
to show
to ask

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