More Culture & Language Notes ASL 2

More Culture & Language Notes ASL 2 - Review for PART 1:

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Review for PART 1: Culture/Language/Grammar Exam 20 questions SIGNING NATURALLY LEVEL ONE: CULTURE/LANGUAGE/GRAMMAR NOTES UNIT 7 Cross-Cultural Communication …p.81 See copy note page UNIT 8 Identifying Others …p.90-91 See copy note page UNIT 9 Verb Types …p.108 See copy note page UNIT 10 Personal and Possessive Pronouns …p.125 See copy note page Age Numbers …p.125 See copy note page UNIT 11 Numbers: 67-98 …p.139 See copy note page Role Shifting …p.139 See copy note page UNIT 12 Clock Numbers …p.151 See copy note page Brief History of Deaf America …p.154-156 See copy note page CUMULATIVE REVIEW UNITS 7-12 Interrupting Conversations …p.168-169 See copy note page Closing Conversations …p.169 See copy note page Maintaining Continuity in Relationships …p.171-172 See copy note page Deaf Awareness Quiz …p.172 (questions on p.viii-x) See copy note page
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LEARNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: CULTURE / GRAMMAR NOTES UNIT 4 LOOK LIKE …p.36 Remember that the question LOOK-LIKE is made like other questions asking for information, with eyebrows squeezed together and the head tilted slightly forward. Colors …p.39 Colors (red, blue, etc.) may appear before or after a noun. Topic of the sentence (subject or object) …p.42 The subject or object of a sentence can be introduced first as the topic of the sentence and followed by a comment as in the sentence –SEE THERE MAN BEARD, NICE HE. To show a topic use raised eyebrows while signing the topic. UNIT 5 Flashing lights to get attention and other ways to get attention …p.50 Flashing the lights on and off in a room is common way for Deaf people to get each other’s attention. This is usually done within groups, but can be done to get the attention of someone alone in a room. However, a preferred way of getting the attention of someone is a small wave of the
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2008 for the course ASL ASL 201 taught by Professor Dorricott during the Spring '08 term at San Diego State.

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