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ASL 1 SP19

This is where you will find the agenda for the day (While I will do my best to update daily, it is your responsibility to write it down while in class) 

ASL 1 Agenda Picture Fall18

ASL 1 Weekly Video HW

Gloss packets Videos


5-3-19 and 6th

Gloss study guides 1 and 2 due Monday they are over in the study section in red >>>>>>>>

gloss packet from beginning Due Monday the 29

Gloss packet see above in file
Test requirements for unit 4    Example and rubric also









Study guide #1  Only do part 1 (1st 2 pg)


Gloss unit 3- in video file above


Watch this video and then answer these questions

Underdogs video

1.Fremont is what kind of school?

2. Where did the football huddle come from?

3. Should the ref bend the rules for the coaches?

4. If that is the only disadvantage is it worth it?

5.How does this compare to your experience on a sport team?

Then watch this video and we will talk about it on Monday.

1-18 Test 
then HW watch gloss unit 1 ^^^^ in gloss file. And fill out the gloss packet for unit 1


continue review
we watched Lipreading videos

Talked about gloss
and will have to know everyones name by the 21
Get papers signed. 
Practice FS- name and know ABC
Deaf culture Slides- Deaf Culture-prezi
we watched  Lipreading video 1- in links section

Bring a 3 ring binder- best if it is 1 1/2 inches or bigger
 with lined paper and with 5 dividers

OUR CODE I@asl1sp1
  1. How to join remind 

To receive messages via email: Send a blank email to Again, if the class code is "math" you would send a blank email to: 

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  1. OR  Head to
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Deaf culture People packets NEW


Remind- also in the first days homework

Attend a Deaf Event. You must go for a minimum of one hour and use ASL for the entire time (no talking!)

1)  You must provide proof that you attended (receipt, flyer, picture of you there, etc).

2) Then you will tell the class verbally about the experience including what is required in your paper.

One part = 5 points

Both parts = 10 points

Slides and Study guide

Slides and study guides

Deaf Culture-prezi

Gloss before end of semester Packet

Unit 2 you should be able to talk about someones likes, dislikes, describe a person based on clothing, talk about how someone is feeling, do addition and subtraction,  and which things it preferred. 

Unit 3  You should be able to describe pets, who you live with, your house, places around the school, directions, and how long something takes. 

Unit 4 
You should be able to talk about your family, use listing, use space to talk about multiple people, 

Unit 5 you should review vocabulary and be able to sign about calendar events and opinions. 

These 7 study guides are what is on the final

Essential Learning Outcomes
  1. You will be able to carry on most regular classroom activities completely in ASL.
  2. You will be able to use ASL accurately and effectively to prepare and deliver formal and informal presentations about yourself and Deaf culture.
  3. You will be able to initiate and correctly respond to basic conversation about yourself and others in ASL.
  4. You will be able to recognize, discuss and describe common activities in various tenses in ASL.You will be able to follow along with, describe, gloss, and create simple stories in ASL.
  5. You will be able to read and comprehend Deaf Cultural and Deaf Historical text as it relates to ASL.
  6. You will be able to write an analysis of Deaf Culture/Deaf History and compare and contrast Deaf and Hearing cultural norms as described in the text.

YouTube Video