This lesson contains 47 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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What's your Routine

Unit 7 Objectives

To sign daily routines and activities (sports)

To identify and understand noun-verb pairs in ASL

To describe clothing

To learn and use spatial organization

To apply turn-taking strategies in conversations

To understand the sign language continuum

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Daily Routine

Today:

Understand signs for your daily routine

Discuss signing every (day, morning, night, week, year, afternoon)

Identify signs for morning routines

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Calendar talk

I sign you sign:

GOOD MORNING/AFTERNOON

_________________________

HOW YOU?

________________________

TODAY WHAT? (day of the week, month,

____________________________

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

Think back to activities that we have learned in the past. Ask your partner this:

WEEKEND WHAT DO?

WEEKEND I _____

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ASL Notebook

You will be watching a video on schedules, write down as much as you can (what do you recognize).

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What's your routine?

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What signs did you recognize/know?

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What's your routine?

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For Example

Schedule

to vary

do-do

what-do

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Video Questions

After watching the video answer the following questions:

1. MY SCHEDULE LIKE WHAT

2. WHY

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Story Time

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Slide 12 - Poll

Partner time

YOUR SCHEDULE VARY OR SAME?

MY SCHEDULE ________

switch

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Signing Every REVIEW

In Unit 6 we learned every day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

In your group practice signing every day, go through all of them(I will pull sticks for your team to show me, all team members must sign)

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EVERY TUESDAY

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EVERY MONDAY

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EVERY FRIDAY

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EVERY THURSDAY

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EVERY SATURDAY

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EVERY SUNDAY

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Signing Every Continued

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What do you know?

every year

every afternoon

every morning

every night

every week

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every year

every morning

every week

every night

every afternoon

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Slide 24 - Drag question

EVERY MORNING WHAT DO

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9/21 Today

Review every

Look at every routines for morning

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Calendar talk

I sign you sign:

GOOD MORNING/AFTERNOON

_________________________

HOW YOU?

________________________

TODAY WHAT? (day of the week, month,

____________________________

Rochester Red Wings

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Review with group

every morning

every afternoon

every evening

EVERY (MON, TUES, WED, THURS, FRI, SAT, SUN)

timer

2:00

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EVERY

When to use this:

EVERYONE

*Don't use it for the vocab we are learning.

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

English:

What is one routine that you do every morning?

(brush teeth, eat breakfast, wakeup)

timer

1:00

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Slide 31 - Video

EVERY DAY WHAT DO

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EVERY MORNING WHAT DO

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Morning Routines

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breakfast

brush hair

comb hair

brush teeth

get dressed

get ready

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to get up

to put on makeup

to oversleep

shower

bath

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wake up

shave #1

shave #2

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every year

every morning

every week

every night

every afternoon

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How do we structure ASL sentences/what is the order?

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Grammar

TIME-SUBJECT/topic COMMENT

Example: EVERY MORNINGI BRUSH TEETH I

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Practice

Write ASL sentences on how often you do the morning routine vocabulary words. Make sure you have a sentence for each vocabulary word (vocabulary on next slide).

TIME-SUBJECT/COMMENT

Example: EVERY MORNINGI BRUSH TEETH I

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ASL notebook

The time goes first in your sentence (look at the examples below)

Two things you do every year (EVERY YEAR I GO CAMPING I)

Two things you do every morning (EVERY MORNING I EAT BREAKFAST I)

Two things you do every week (EVERY WEEK I WORKOUT I)

Two things you do every night (EVERY NIGHT I BRUSH MY HAIR I)

Two things you do every afternoon (EVERY AFTERNOON I EAT LUNCH I)

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Sign with a partner/group

The time goes first in your sentence (look at the examples below)

Two things you do every year (EVERY YEAR I GO CAMPING I)

Two things you do every morning (EVERY MORNING I EAT BREAKFAST I)

Two things you do every week (EVERY WEEK I WORKOUT I)

Two things you do every night (EVERY NIGHT I BRUSH MY HAIR I)

Two things you do every afternoon (EVERY AFTERNOON I EAT LUNCH I)

timer

3:00

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Apply

Let's apply "every" to a routine

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TIME (Signing every)

every afternoon

every morning

every night

every week

every year

every Monday-Sunday

everyday

Routine

take a bath

eat breakfast

brush hair

comb hair

brush teeth

get dresses

get ready

get up

put on makeup

oversleep

shower

wakeup

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Write your morning routine

Using the vocabulary that we just learned.

Use the morning routine signs, how often, and your prior knowledge of time to write out your morning routine Monday-Friday. There is an example below. Try to use as many vocab words as you can.