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Family Related Signs and Gender Distinction

On your own
  • Review family signs (go back to the last lesson up)
  • Create a family tree in your ASL notebook on a cartoon or tv show family (examples: Mondern Family, The Simpsons, Lilo and Stitch) if you can't find a family member make one up, try to use as much of the vocabulary that you can. You will do this with a partner. 
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American Sign Language9th Grade

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On your own
  • Review family signs (go back to the last lesson up)
  • Create a family tree in your ASL notebook on a cartoon or tv show family (examples: Mondern Family, The Simpsons, Lilo and Stitch) if you can't find a family member make one up, try to use as much of the vocabulary that you can. You will do this with a partner. 

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Family Tree Partner Work
  • You will create this with a partner
  • Using past vocabulary, create a family tree based on a movie, tv-show, etc.  (examples: Modern Family, The Simpsons, Lilo and Stitch) if you can't find a family member make one up, try to use as much of the vocabulary that you can 
  • Be creative, use the template on Schoology, turn it in when you are done
  • Practice signing your family tree with your partner, I'll pull sticks for partners to show the class (sign their name and their relationship)
  • Go up to grandparents 

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Today 9/13-9/14
  • Review family signs by presenting your family tree with your partner
  • Understand and identify relationships between family members 
  • Gender distinction 

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Family Tree

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Relationships in families
  • aunt
  • uncle
  • cousin
  • father
  • mother
  • step mother/father
  • grandfather
  • grandmother

  • sister
  • brother 
  • step-sister
  • step-brother
  • 1/2 sister/brother 

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Let's add on!
Related Signs 
  • to divorce
  • to marry
  • older, tall, adult
  • younger, short

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divorce
to marry
older, taller, adult
younger, short

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divorce

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to marry

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older
younger

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short
tall

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NOTE
** Use the signs older and younger, even if an older sibling is shorter or younger sibling is taller than you**
Example:
This is my younger sister, but she is taller

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Slide 14 - Video

Gender Distinction in ASL

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Slide 16 - Video

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Exit ticket

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Relationship Practice
I'll sign some questions about the family tree. Write them on your whiteboard.

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