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アメリカ手話

アメリカ手話

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Vocabulary:

AGAIN-[repeat]
DEAF
HEARING-[speak, say]
WHAT (huh?)
LEARN
LIKE
MEET-[meet-you]
NAME-[called]
NICE-[clean]
PLEASE
MEAN-(meaning)-[what is the meaning
of, purpose]
SIGN-[sign language, signing]
STUDENT (learn)
TEACHER [teach, agent]-[-er]-
[professor, educate]
THANK-YOU [good]
UNDERSTAND
WHERE
WHO
WHY
Pronominalization and Indexing: [it, he,
me, she, him, her, this, you]
Indexing/plural sweep: [them, they,
those, us, we, you-all, that]
YES/NO

Story 1
HI I [spell your first and last name].
NICE-MEET-YOU. I HEARING. I SIGN
SLOW. I STUDENT [spell the name of
your school].
I LEARN SIGN. TEACHER NAME [spell
the name of your teacher]. HE/SHE
DEAF [or hearing]. HE/SHE TEACH
GOOD. I UNDERSTAND HE/SHE. I
LIKE HE/SHE.

Practice Sheet: 1.A

1. "WHO YOU?"
(Who are you?)

2. "DEAF YOU?"
(Are you Deaf?)

3. "STUDENT YOU?"
("Are you an ASL student?)"

4. "YOUR TEACHER NAME 'HUH'?"
(What is your Teacher's name?)

5. "YOU UNDERSTAND HE/SHE?"
(Do you understand him/her?)

6. "HOW YOU SIGN P-L-E-A-S-E?"
(How do you sign "please?")

7. "AGAIN YOUR NAME?"
(What is your name again?)

8. "S/HE STUDENT?" [point at teacher]
(Is she or he a student?)

9. "THIS YOUR?" [point at any object]
(Is this yours?)

10. "WHERE ____"
[spell the name of a person in the room]

Page 3

Discussion Notes 1:

Definition of ASL
- ASL is not: Signed English, Pidgin
(contact signing), Cued Speech, or the
Rochester Method
- Approaches to learning fingerspelling
and numbers
- The relationship between ASL and the
Deaf Community
- The existence of other signed
languages
- Brief history of ASL
- The existence of Deaf Culture
- The need for practice and suggested
methods
- agent sign

Practice Sheet: 1.B

1. "NICE me-MEET-you"
(It is nice to meet you.)

2. "HEARING YOU?"
(Are you a hearing person?)

3. "ASL TEACHER YOU?"
(Are you a teacher?)

4. "WHERE YOU LEARN SIGN?"
(Where are you learning sign?)

5. "WHY YOU LEARN SIGN?"
(Why are you learning sign?)

6. "HOW YOU SIGN T-H-A-N-K-S?"
(How do you sign "thanks?")

7. "S/HE STUDENT?" [point at other
student]
(Is she or he a student?)

8. "THEY LEARN SIGN?"
(Are they learning sign language?)

9. "WHO OUR TEACHER?"
(Who is our teacher?)

10. "WHERE ____"
[spell the name of the teacher or of a
student]

Page 4

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