Telling time

Telling time in ASL
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American Sign Language9th Grade

This lesson contains 44 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.

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Telling time in ASL

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On Your Own
1. Make sure you have your classes written in your notebook
2. Sign your classes to a partner I HAVE ____
3. Below your classes draw a line write odd and even then write the times and your class, break, PAWs, school finished
4. Practice classes on Blooket (link in agenda)
5. If you finish early, with a partner sign numbers 1-60. In your ASL notebook write down numbers you struggled with. Additional practive on Gimkit. 

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What type of clock do you use the most?
analog
digital

Slide 3 - Poll

Slide 4 - Video

Vocabulary
around (time)
hour
noon
midnight
time, what time is it?
minute
second
clock
watch

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Number Review
1-100

*Number Train
*

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Time Spot

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clock

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watch

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around (time)

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hour

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noon

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midnight

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minute

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second (smaller movement)

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time, what time is it?

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Signing Minutes

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Minute Rules
  • 1-9 Number incorporated with the minute sign



  • 10+ sign the number then minute

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Hour Rules
  • 1-9 Number incorporated with the hour sign



  • 10+ sign the number then hour

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Slide 20 - Video

HOW MANY HOURS SCHOOL?

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HOW MANY MIN. CLASS?

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HOW MANY MIN. COME TO SCHOOL?

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Telling Time

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WHAT TIME IS IT?

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SCHOOL STARTS WHEN?

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LUNCH WHEN?

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WHAT TIME SCHOOL FINISH?

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TIME ACTIVITY

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1/26-1/27

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Tell me the rule of minutes 1-9 and 10+

Slide 33 - Open question

Tell me the rule of hours 1-9 and 10+

Slide 34 - Open question

Slide 35 - Video

AM/PM
  • You can sigh it two ways- fingerspell am/pm or sign morning/night 

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Time Game

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8:00
Math
9:10
Science
10:15
PE
11:30
History
12:45
Lunch
1:30
English
2:35
Art
3:05
Music
4:30
Go Home

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6:00
Wakeup
6:10
Take shower
6:30
Get Dressed
6:45
Brush teeth
7:00
Eat Breakfast
7:20
Walk to School
7:45
School Start
2:40
School Finish
3:00
Home Work

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What are you struggling with/what would you like me to review?

Slide 41 - Open question

PARTNER
Practice signing your routines and time (AM/PM) from the routine and schedule Google Doc you created yesterday.

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Write the following on your desk.

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Slide 44 - Video