White Blue and Lightnings

White Blue and Lightnings

Unit 5 Vocabulary FOOTBALL Handshape D:5 ND:5 Location FOB

Movement Fingers link together VICE PRESIDENT Handshape D:V-P ND: Location forehead

Movement V to P Where do you go to school? Football Vice-President

SCHOOL LOCATIONS AREA (LOCATION) Handshape D:5 ND: Location FOB

Movement Circles palm down CAFETERIA Handshape D:C ND: Location chin

Movement GYM Handshape D:G ND:G Location shoulders

Movement Brush upward HALLWAY Handshape D:closed 5 ND:closed 5 Location

FOB Movement Straight forward LIBRARY Handshape D:L ND:

Location Side of body Movement Cirlces OFFICE Handshape D:O ND:O

Location FOB Movement make the shape of a box STADIUM/AUDITORIUM Handshape D:claw 5

ND:claw 5 Location FOB Movement (palm down) back towards body STUDENT CENTER Handshape

D: ND: Location Movement TECHNOLOGY CENTER Handshape D:open 8

ND:5 Location FOB Movement Middle finger taps side of hand THEATER Handshape

D:A ND:A Location Chest Movement Circle towards body School Locations

Area (location) Cafeteria Gymnasium Hallway Library

Office School Locations Stadium, auditorium Student center Technology center

Theater Football Vice president Sign the vocab word corresponding to the picture you see Practice dialogue:

1: library near student center 2: no, near office 1: cafeteria near gym 2:no, near theatre 1: office far from gym 2: no, near gym 1:office near stadium 2;no, far from stadium Practice Dialogue

Student 1: excuse me, gym where? Student 2: near theatre Student 1: ok, thank you Student 2: your welcome CONVERSATION CLASS Handshape D:C

ND:C Location FOB Movement Starts palm out, circles to palm in LOCKER Handshape

D:Y ND: Location FOB Movement Up and down TO LOOK FOR

Handshape D:C ND: Location Face Movement Circles

ROOM, BOX Handshape D:closed 5 ND:closed 5 Location FOB Movement

STORE Handshape D:flat O ND:Flat O Location FOB Movement Fingertips down, shakes

Conversation Class Locker To look for Room, box

Store COACH, BOSS Handshape D:claw 5 ND: Location shoulder

Movement taps COUNSELOR Handshape D:Flat O to 5 ND:closed 5 (palm down)

Location FOB Movement Flat O to 5 across top of hand INTERPRETER Handshape D:F ND:F

Location FOB Movement Dom F wiggles + agent marker LIBRARIAN Handshape D:

ND: Location Movement Library + agent marker NURSE Handshape D:N

ND:S (palm up) Location Wrist Movement Taps PRINCIPAL Handshape

D:P ND:S (palm down) Location FOB Movement Circles, lands on hand

PSYCHOLOGIST Handshape D:closed 5 ND:closed 5 (palm out) Location FOB Movement

Taps between thumb and finger + agent marker SECRETARY Handshape D:closed x ND:closed 5 (palm up) Location

FOB Movement Touches ear, writes on hand Personnel Coach, boss, dean Counselor

Interpreter Librarian Nurse Principal Assistant Principal

Personnel Psychologist Secretary Sign each sentence in correct ASL word order. 1. The interpreters name is Teri Cassidy.

INTERPRETER NAME TERI CASSIDY 2. My ASL teachers name is ___________. MY ASL TEACHER NAME MRS. GLAWSON 3. My boss/coach named _______. MY COACH NAME MR. SMITH. 4. Is the nurse here today? TODAY NURSE HERE Practice-Your friend is telling you about some problems. Recommend who she should see for assistance

Signer 1: me sad Signer 2: you need go counselor Signer 1: yesterday me skip class Signer 2: you need see principal Signer 1: me sick Signer 2: you need go nurse Signer 1: me need practice Signer 2: you need see coach Signer 1: me need help

Signer 2: you need look for secretary Teacher: me sad Student: you need go to ACTIVITIES TO COOK Handshape D:closed 5

ND:closed 5 Location FOB Movement Flips back and forth TO MANAGE Handshape

D:X ND:X Location FOB Movement Alternating TO PICK ON

Handshape D:Mod X ND:index Location FOB Movement X taps ND finger

TO SERVE Handshape D:closed 5 ND:closed 5 Location Side of body (palms up) Movement

Back and forth TO WRITE Handshape D:mod X ND:closed 5 (palm up) Location FOB

Movement Mimic writing on hand Activities To cook To manage To pick on

To serve To write MORE LOCATIONS ACTIVITY CENTER Handshape

Location D:C (palm down) FOB ND:C (palm down) Movement Circles + area BACK Handshape D:A

ND: Location Over shoulder Movement Point backwards FIELD

Handshape D:claw 5 ND: Location Under chin Movement Swipes + area

FLAG Handshape D:closed 5 ND: Location FOB Movement waves

FRONT Handshape D:closed 5 ND: Location Front of face Movement

Slides down SNACK MACHINE Handshape D:5 ND:5 Location FOB

Movement Food + (fingers interlock and wiggle) SODA MACHINE Handshape D:open 8 ND:S Location

FOB Movement Middle finger inside ND, flat hand hits ND hand + machine More Locations

Activity center Back Field (grass + area) Flag

Front Snack machine Soda machine neighborhood My cousin like pick on my little brother. Me not chef, like help parents cook Waiter where? Student store manages who? Saturday coach want go to practice

Student 1:We want eat. Know where two of us get food? Student 2: Yes, Snack machine over there hallway area Week 2 review Football

Vice-President Area (location) Cafeteria Gymnasium Hallway Library Office Stadium, auditorium Student center Technology center

Theater Class Locker To look for Room, box Store Coach, boss, dean Counselor Interpreter

Librarian Nurse Principal Psychologist Secretary To cook To manage To pick on To serve To write

Activity center Back Field (grass + area) Flag Front Snack machine Soda machine Get out a sheet of paper and

number it 1-12 EXERCISE H (PG 177) LABLE THE MAP WITH THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS. FIND THE NUMBER I SIGN AND LABEL THE ROOM I SIGN THE AGENT MARKER STUDENT

TEACHER PSYCHOLOGIST ATHLETE The Agent Marker Learn Learner or Student

Teach Teacher Psychology Psychologist Athlete (sports + person)

WHAT YEAR ARE YOU FRESHMAN Handshape D: ring finger ND:5 Location

FOB Movement Finger touches palm SOPHOMORE Handshape D:middle finger ND:5

Location FOB Movement Finger touches palm JUNIOR Handshape D:index finger ND:5

Location FOB Movement Finger touches palm SENIOR Handshape D:thumb

ND:5 Location FOB Movement Finger touches palm WHAT YEAR ARE YOU? Handshape

D:index ND:5 Location FOB Movement Finger moves from pinky to thumb (wh face)

What year are you? Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior What year are you?

Partner Practice (Switch roles when you have used all names) Signer 1: year school_______(pick a name from right column) Signer 2: she/he ______(year) she/he

Carolyn (Fresh) Kevin (Senior) Shane (Junior) Tisha (soph) Aaron (junior) Abby (fresh) Darrell (soph) You (?)

Week 2 review Football Vice-President Area (location) Cafeteria Gymnasium

Hallway Library Office Stadium, auditorium Student center Technology center Theater Class Locker To look for

Room, box Store Coach, boss, dean Counselor Interpreter Librarian Nurse Principal Psychologist

Secretary To cook To manage To pick on To serve To write Activity center Back Field (grass + area)

Flag Front Snack machine Soda machine Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior What year are you?

EDUCATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Handshape D: E ND: closed 5 (pd) Location FOB

Movement E shakes under palm of opposite hand JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Handshape D: ND:

Location FOB Movement FSP J-R-H-S MIDDLE SCHOOL Handshape D:CLOSED 5 ND:CLOSED 5

Location FOB Movement CIRCLES, LANDS ON ND HAND +SCHOOL TO FORGET Handshape

D:5 A ND: Location FOREHEAD Movement 5 TO A ACRROS FORHEAD

TO REMEMBER Handshape D:OPEN A ND:OPEN A Location FOB Movement THUMB TOUCHES FORHEAD

THEN DOWN TO OTHER THUMB TO MAJOR IN Handshape D:CLOSED 5 ND:CLOSED 5 Location FOB

Movement SLIDES ACROSS TOP OF ND HAND TO TAKE (SOMETHING) Handshape D:5 TO S ND:5 TO S Location

FOB Movement 5 (PALM DOWN) PULL UP TO S TO THINK Handshape D:INDEX ND:

Location FOREHEAD Movement POINT COLLEGE/UNIVERISTY Handshape D:CLOSED 5 ND:CLOSED 5

Location FOB Movement ACROSS PALM, DRAW C SHAPE IN AIR Education Elementary school

To forget Junior high school To major in Middle school To remember

Education To take (something) To think University

Ex k #2 Identify the person by the information I sign COURSEWORK ART Handshape D:I ND:CLOSED 5

Location PALM OF HAND Movement WIGGLES DOWN HAND AUTO BODY Handshape D:

ND: Location FOB Movement FSP A-U-T-O BIOLOGY Handshape

D:B ND:B Location FOB Movement ALTERNATING CIRCLES BUSINESS

Handshape D:B ND:CLOSED 5 Location ON TOP OF ND HAND Movement BACK AND FORTH

CHEMISTRY Handshape D:C ND:C Location FOB Movement

ALTERNATING CIRCLES COMPUTER Handshape D:OPEN 8 ND:OPEN 8 Location FOB

Movement CIRCLES TECHNOLOGY Handshape D: ND: Location FOB

Movement ALREADY LEARNED DRAMA Handshape D: ND: Location

FOB Movement SAME AS THEATER ECONOMICS Handshape D:E ND:CLOSED 5 (PU)

Location FOB Movement TAPS ON PALM EDUCATION Handshape D:ED

ND:ED Location HEAD Movement FSP ED MOVING AWAY FROM HEAD EGINEERING

Handshape D:Y ND:Y Location FOB Movement PALMS DOWN, THUMBS TOGETHER, DOM HAND

WIGGLES ENGLISH Handshape D:C ND:S Location FOB

Movement DOM HAND SITS ON TOP OF ND HAND GEOGRAPHY Handshape D:OPEN 8 ND:S Location

FOB Movement MOVES BACK AND FORTH ON ND HAND GOVERNMENT Handshape D:INEX ND:

Location TEMPLE Movement CIRCLES, LANDS ON TEMPLE GYM Handshape D:

ND: Location FOB Movement ALREADY KNOW PE Handshape

D: ND: Location FOB Movement FSP P-E HEALTH

Handshape D:H ND:H Location CHEST TO STOMACH Movement TOUCHES CHEST MOVES

DOWN TO STOMACH HISTORY Handshape D:H ND:s Location FOB

Movement TAPS BACKWARDS ON WRIST JOURNALISM Handshape D:20 ND:CLOSED 5 Location FOB

Movement 20 ON PALM MATH Handshape D:M ND:M Location

FOB Movement CROSS AT WRIST PHOTOGRAPHY Handshape D:MOD C ND:MOD C

Location FACE Movement PRETEND TAKING PICTURE PHYSICS Handshape D:BENT V ND:BENT V

Location FOB Movement TAP TOGETHER PHYSIOLOGY Handshape D:

ND: Location FOB Movement SAME AS HEALTH BUT WITH P HANDSHAPE SCIENCE

Handshape D:OPEN A ND:OPEN A Location FOB Movement ALTERNATING CIRCLES

SOCIOLOGY Handshape D:S ND:S Location FOB Movement SAME AS CLASS

SPEECH Handshape D:CLOSED 5 ND: Location SIDE OF BODY

Movement SHAKES TEACHERS ASSISTANT Handshape D:S ND:S Location FOB

Movement TEACHER + SS TAP TOGETHER WOODSHOP Handshape D:CLOSED 5 (PALM L) ND:CLOSED 5 (PALM DOWN)

Locatio n FOB Movement SAWS ACROSS HAND YEARBOOK Handshape

D:S ND:S Location FOB Movement TOP HAND CIRCLES LANDS ON BOTTOM HAND + BOOK

Coursework Art Auto body Biology Business

Chemistry Computers/Tech Coursework Drama Economics

Education Engineering English Geography Coursework

Government Gym Physical Education Health History

Journalism Coursework Math Photography Physics

Physiology Science Sociology Coursework Speech Teachers assistant

Woodshop Yearbook Computer Variations Computer (2) Computer (3)

PARTNER PRACTICE (VOICES OFF) In a complete sentence sign the following: Im taking.. What classes are you talking right now? Use the listing and ordering technique to list the courses. What are your hardest and easiest classes. Ex: me taking (point to finger) math, science, history, ASL, P.E.

(point back to finger) math hard, P.E. easy Be prepared to sign in front of the class Me take classes 5 (listing hand) 1. Math 2. Science 3. Band 4. History 5. Photography My favorite class (point back to finger and sign class again)

ACCENT STEPS NEIGHBORHOOD Handshape D: ND: Location

Movement Home + area YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE? BUSY BUSINESS

Accent Steps Neighborhood Busy Business DEAF EDUCATION

SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF Handshape D: I ND: I Location FOB Movement Fists hit together

MY SISTER GO TO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF GALLUDET Handshape D: L to G ND: Location

By eye Movement L slides backwards to G GALLUDET I WANT VISIT ORAL EDUCATION Handshape D: bent V

ND: Location Mouth Movement Circles HER SCHOOL TEACH ORAL EDUCATION

MAINSTREAMED Handshape D: 5 ND:5 Location Movement 5 hands on top of each other.

Moves outward DEAF STUDENT MAINSTREAMED ONE IN A CROWD Handshape D: 5 ND: 1 Location

Movement 5 hand on top of 1 hand, moves outward together SHE FEEL ONE IN A CROWD Deaf Education School for the Deaf

Gallaudet Oral Education Mainstreamed One in a crowd INTITIALIZATION

MATH ALGEBRA CALCULUS GEOMETRY TRIGONOMETRY

Initialization Math Algebra Calculus Geometry

Trigonometry EXPRESSION TO BE GOOD AT Handshape D: ND:

Location Movement One hand grabs the edge of the other hand and pulls away. ME GOOD AT ASL TO BE BAD AT Handshape

D: 5 ND:S Location Movement Thumb of 5 hand inside S hand. 5 hand moves backwards MATH ME BAD AT

Expression To be good at (something) To be bad at (something) GRADES A

Handshape D:A ND: Location On opposite palm Movement

CHEMISTRY TEST ME GOT A F Handshape D:F ND: Location On opposite palm

Movement MATH TEST ME GET F Grades An A grade An F grade

VT: Where do you go to school CLASSIFIERS Eyes on ASL # 11 (classifiers) What are Classifiers (CL)? Classifiers are hand shapes

that represents shapes, size, things and location. It does not replace signs. Purpose of CL Replaces a noun Clarifies a message More efficient

show movement, location, and More about CL appearance show where and how something moves Show what it looks like where it is located CL:1 Handshape

D: 1 ND: Location Movement -person (can move quickly or slowly) -people -markers Using only CL:1 how would you sign each meaning below.

Hes hunched over They ran that way Shes moving slow He turned around She fell down The three of them are moving towards me The two people bowed to each other CL:V Handshape

D: V ND: Location Movement A persons legs or eyes Using only CL: V for the words in bold how would you sign each sentence below? He gave me a dirty look Shes walking home

He was walking and fell on the ground I like to look around Im watching you like a hawk I want to lay d0wn He keeps looking at me and looking away. Using CL:V and Cl:1 Sign each sentence below. Can you walk on a balance beam? The mother examined the boy from

head to toe He walked over to the man laying on the floor CL:3 Handshape D:3 ND: Location Movement

-bicycles, cars, and motorcycles -Must identify the vehicle first -direction of travel and/or speed. Watch CL story examples CL story using #5 Number story music Deafula ACCIDENT

Handshape D:3 to A ND:3 to A Location Movement Move towards each other THIS MORNING ACCIDENT ME HAVE

BUS Handshape D: ND: Location Movement FSP BUS ME DONT LIKE

TO DANCE Handshape D: V ND: 5 palm up Location Movement Moves back and forth DANCE ME GOOD AT

TO LINE UP Handshape D: 4 ND: 4 Location Movement Hand move away from each other DOOR LINE UP (LINE UP AT THE DOOR)

TO LOOK AT Handshape D: V ND: Location Movement Eyes Direction of what you are looking at

MOTORCYCLE Handshape D: S ND: S Location Movement FOB Right hand twists forward MOTORCYLCE MY DAD HAVE

TO RIDE A HORSE Handshape D: V ND: 5 Location Movement FOB V sits on top of 5

YESTERDAY ME RODE HORSE Classifiers Accident Bus Classifier To dance

To line up To look at Classifiers Motorcycle To ride a horse

CL: 1 CL: ^ CL: 3 Watch DVD The Accident Answer questions and grade

.Where was Sean walking to? .How many cars were at the lights? .What happened to the cars? What is the story about? .Who did Sean ask if they were alright? .What was wrong with the person? Answers: :The Accident 20 points each 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. School Two Had an accident - The car didnt see the other cars stopped at the lights and hit one of the cars . The man in the car

He was shaken wobbly TIME AROUND (TIME) Handshape D: 5 ND: Location Movement

FOB Circles HOUR Handshape D: 1 ND: closed 5 Location Movement FOB

Hand circles on palm NOON Handshape D: 12 ND: palm down Location Movement FOB Flick # 12

MIDNIGHT Handshape D: 12 ND: palm down Location Movement FOB #12 flicks down

WHAT TIME IS IT? Handshape D: X ND: S Location Movement FOB Taps on wrist w/ question face Time

Around (time) Hour Noon Midnight Time, What time is it?

BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS ALARM, BELL Handshape D: 1 ND: closed 5 Location Movement

FOB Taps against ND hand TO ARRIVE (PERSON) Handshape D: closed 5 ND: closed 5 Location Movement FOB

Top hand lands on bottom hand (palms up) TO ARRIVE (PLANE) Handshape D: ILY ND: Location Movement Above

FLYS down head To depart (plane) Handshape D: ILY ND: closed 5 (palm up) Location Movement

FOB Starts on palm fly's up To finish, to be done Handshape D: 5 ND: 5 Location Movement FOB

Hands flick To be late Handshape D: closed 5 ND: Location Movement Side of Hand taps backwards

body To start/begin Handshape D: 1 ND: 5 Location Movement In Finger twists

between pointer and middle finger To take off (person) Handshape D: closed 5 (pu) ND: closed 5

(pd) Location Movement FOB Bottom hand slides outward Train Handshape D: U ND: U

Location Movement FOB Top U rubs bottom U Beginnings & Endings Alarm, bell To arrive (person)

To arrive (plane) To depart (plane) To finish, to be done To be late To start, begin

Beginnings & Endings To take off (person) Train To take (abstract) Handshape D: 5 to S

ND: 5 to S Location Movement FOB 5 to S moves upward To take (literal) Handshape D: claw 5 to S ND:

Location Directional Movement Grab To break (abstract) Handshape D: closed 5

ND: 5 Location Movement FOB Dom hand goes in-between middle fingers To break (literal) Handshape D: S

ND: S Location Movement FOB Start together, come apart Half Hour Handshape D: 1 ND: closed 5

Location Movement FOB Finger rotates half way down palm Multiple Meanings To take (abstract) To take (literal)

To break (literal) Break (abstract) Half hour Unit #3 Check (time) 1. 4:15

5:15 / Mom Woman / dance stand-up

2. 6:25 3:25 / afternoon morning / cookie food / man eats 3. 8:28 7:38 / school nice

/ little children / boy / hates

walk dance 4. 8:23 9:21 / geometry math / group class / teachers students / Tired finished / English Night / group class / go where 5. 8:57 9:56 / Principal Counselor / chat speech / student teacher / bored funny Where do you go to school?

Football Vice-President School Locations Area (location) Cafeteria

Gymnasium Hallway Library Office School Locations

Stadium, auditorium Student center Technology center Theater Conversation

Class Locker To look for Room, box Store

Personnel Coach, boss, dean Counselor Interpreter Librarian

Nurse Principal Assistant Principal Personnel Psychologist

Secretary Activities To cook To manage To pick on

To serve To write More Locations

Activity center Back Field (grass + area) Flag Front

Snack machine Soda machine neighborhood The Agent Marker Learn Learner or Student Teach

Teacher Psychology Psychologist Athlete (sports + person)

What year are you? Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior What year are you?

Education Elementary school To forget Junior high school To major in

Middle school To remember Education To take (something) To think

University Coursework Art Auto body

Biology Business Chemistry Computers/Tech Coursework

Drama Economics Education Engineering English

Geography Coursework Government Gym Physical Education

Health History Journalism Coursework Math

Photography Physics Physiology Science Sociology

Coursework Speech Teachers assistant Woodshop Yearbook

Computer Variations Computer (2) Computer (3) Deaf Education School for the Deaf Gallaudet

Oral Education Mainstreamed One in a crowd Initialization Math

Algebra Calculus Geometry Trigonometry

Expression To be good at (something) To be bad at (something) Grades An A grade An F grade

Classifiers Accident Bus Classifier To dance

To line up To look at Classifiers Motorcycle To ride a horse

CL: 1 CL: ^ CL: 3 Time Around (time)

Hour Noon Midnight Time, What time is it?

Beginnings & Endings Alarm, bell To arrive (person) To arrive (plane) To depart (plane) To finish, to be done

To be late To start, begin Beginnings & Endings To take off (person) Train

School Locations Area (location) Cafeteria Gymnasium Hallway

Library Office School Locations Stadium, auditorium Student center

Technology center Theater Football Vice president

Conversation Class Locker To look for Room, box Store

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