Family Signs

Unit 4 Family and Friends
Unit objectives
  • Sign about family, friends, pets, and relationships
  • Gain exposure to Deaf art
  • Understand and use contrastive structure
  • Identify the age spot and age-related signs
  • Pronouns and numbers
  • Personal Qualities
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American Sign Language9th Grade

This lesson contains 46 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

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Unit 4 Family and Friends
Unit objectives
  • Sign about family, friends, pets, and relationships
  • Gain exposure to Deaf art
  • Understand and use contrastive structure
  • Identify the age spot and age-related signs
  • Pronouns and numbers
  • Personal Qualities

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Today
  • I'm out sick, please complete this lessonup
  • There will be portions of the lesson where you will need to use your ASL notebook. Please make sure you complete the slides that require you to write in your ASL notebook (we will use this the next class)
  • Go to slide 25 and then stop ūüõĎ . You will see stop signs.
  • The Gimkit link is on the weekly agenda and in your Gimkit account.
  • I hope to be back tomorrow, thank you!  

Slide 2 - Slide

Study Time
  • Study the following slides,
  •  When you are done complete the Gimkit located on the weekly agenda 

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Study tips
-Some of the signs are initialized
BUT many of them are not.

-Take a look at the location 

Slide 4 - Slide

Vocab
AUNT 
UNCLE
BROTHER
COUSIN
FATHER
GRANDFATHER
GRANDMOTHER
MOTHER
RELATIVES
SISTER
STEP-
TOTAL-ADD UP
TWINS
UNCLE

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Next step
  • Sign the following slides to yourself or with a partner
  •  Make sure to note the location and the handshape (is it initialized?)
  • In your ASL notebook write the vocabulary word, location, and if it is initialized.
  • Example: Uncle, near temple/side of head, U handshape/initialized

Slide 7 - Slide

aunt
uncle
cousin
mother
father

Slide 8 - Slide

sister
brother
baby
grandfather
grandmother
twins

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step
total,
add up
relatives
R handshape

Slide 10 - Slide

Let's take a look at step
You can sign step two ways





L handshape
step-dad
or
fingerspell:
S-T-E-P

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Gimkit
-Complete Gimkit, located on the weekly agenda
-You can use the link on the agenda or log into your account

Slide 12 - Slide

Family Signs Continued
  • Family signs
  • Discuss imediate and expanded family 
  • What's your family like
  • Family size

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What's your family like?
  • Watch the following video, if you don't know what is happening that's ok you will be able to by the end
  • See what you know, summarize what you think he is talking about

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Watch it again

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Immediate Family

Slide 16 - Mind map

Extended Family

Slide 17 - Mind map

Connecting-ASL Notebook
-In your ASL notebook write the following 
-Write the vocabulary word and identify if you think they are immediate or extended family 
-Example: dad = immediate

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aunt
uncle
cousin
mother
father

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sister
brother
baby
grandfather
grandmother
twins

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What is your family like?
What do you like to do?

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What do you like to do with your family/friends

Slide 22 - Mind map

Play
sometimes

Slide 23 - Slide

watch
TV
movie

Slide 24 - Slide

Last Slide
ASL Notebook: 
Using the vocabulary above create sentences for each vocabulary word below. Connect what family members or friends you like to do each activity with. 
Example: I like camping with who? my uncle

When you are done try signing them. 
Don't know the sign look it up.

Vocab:
1. camping
2. play games
3. watch tv
4. watch movies

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3/15 and 3/16
  • What's your family like
  • Family size and members
  • Listing vs Ranking

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Warm-up

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Slide 28 - Drag question

Choose the sign
A
B
C
D

Slide 29 - Quiz

Choose the sign
A
B
C
D

Slide 30 - Quiz

What am I signing?

Slide 31 - Open question

Family Size

Slide 32 - Slide

Family Size

Slide 33 - Slide

family
big
medium
small
only
same

Slide 34 - Slide

Slide 35 - Drag question

Family Size

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Family Members

Slide 37 - Slide

Family Members
All
child
children
people
have
parents

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Listing vs Ranking

Slide 39 - Slide

When listing siblings, do you think we should use listing or ranking
listing
ranking

Slide 40 - Poll

Family
When listing family members you want to rank them from youngest to oldest. You will see this again when we learn about age later in the unit.
Why? because you are making a list of names/ages

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Practice
  • Sally 13
  • Bob 10
  • Jeff 23 

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Practice
  • George 5
  • Billy 1
  • Jack 17

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On your own
1. watch the video again and see if you can understand it 
2. Write what you know in your ASL notebook

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Let's go over it together

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ASL Notebook
Where you able to pick out more? Reflet in your ASL Notebook

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