Your School/Buildings around campus

Unit 5 School Days
Unit 5 Outlook:
*Improve conversational skills
*Sign about School and School life
*Agent markers
*Tell time and time-related issues

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American Sign Language9th Grade

This lesson contains 39 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.

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Unit 5 School Days
Unit 5 Outlook:
*Improve conversational skills
*Sign about School and School life
*Agent markers
*Tell time and time-related issues

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Today:
  • Identify and provide examples of what agent signs are
  • Learn and apply ASL signs to buildings around campus 

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Question of the day
Your favorite class:
YOUR FAVORITE CLASS WHAT? 
MY FAVORITE CLASS _______ (english) 

4 corners 
station 1, station 3, station 4, station 6

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Agent signs: examples, what are they?

Slide 4 - Mind map

Agent Signs review again

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Partner time
1. Talk to a partner and tell them what an agent sign is
2. Think of 3 examples of an agent signs
4. I'll pull sticks for you to share one example

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Agent signs use why/when?
-Many of the campus buildings that we learn today have people that work in them. Example:
library
librarian

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What to look for
1. Identify the agent signs.
2. Where does she go to school?

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Slide 9 - Video

1. Identify the agent signs.
2. Where does she go to school?

Slide 10 - Open question

On your own
-Brainstorm: in your ASL notebook think of all of the buildings around campus, write them down

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Around the Campus

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Story Time/Buildings Around Campus
Watch the video, see what vocab you can pick out. We will watch this again at the end. 

(Write the vocabulary that you know in your ASL Notebook)

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Slide 14 - Video

Vocab you reconized

Slide 15 - Mind map

What do you think the conversation was about?

Slide 16 - Open question

Vocabulary
area (location)
cafeteria
gymnasium
hallway
library
office
stadium, auditorium 
students center
technology center
theater
pool
lab/laboratory
over there

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Teach your peers
  • With a partner or small group go through the following slides and practice together
  • I will ask your group at the end to teach one of the following vocabulary words and point to that word/location on a map 

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area/location

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cafeteria

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gymnasium

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hallway

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library

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office

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stadium, auditorium 

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students center

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technology center

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theater

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Fingerspell the following
POOL
LAB/LABORATORY

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School Tour Around the Room

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Slide 33 - Video

Giving Directions
-When giving directions it is important to point in the general direction that the location is.
-With a partner, practice giving directions.

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-Practice giving directions with a partner, no talking please!
-Use the ASL structured sentences provided.

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CHAT BOARD
1. In the clear folders find a partner and practice the chat board.

2. Take turns asking directions and giving directions 

Note: when giving directions make sure you point in the correct direction

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Exit Ticket

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ASL Notebook
-Now that we have learned how to sign buildings around campus let's look at the video again
-Write the story in you ASL notebook

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Slide 39 - Video