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demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections use role shift clearly use eye gaze in agreement with the characters’ action use ICL to show how the object was passed and received use LCL to trace the path of an object in the air time their reaction demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections use role shift clearly use eye gaze in agreement with the characters’ action and point of view use ECL to show how the liquid is passed between two people coordinate the facial expressions with the sign WRONG use reactions that are well timed and appropriate supply sufficient context for the story use role shift clearly use eye gaze in agreement with the character’s action and point of view use appropriate LCLs demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections adequately describe the situation identify the barrier/surface and then set up the barrier before the fall use appropriate transition and facial expression describe the fall clearly react vividly and consistent with the situation recall the story “Down Cactus Hill” answer comprehension questions contribute to class discussion about main parts of the video story demonstrate body part classifiers with different verbs demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections Establish the barrier before describing the fall use the appropriate classifier to describe the fall/injury describe where, on their body, the injury occurred use transition markers time their reaction demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections tell where the other person (receiver) is Tell how you touch the receiver role shift receiver to complete the action tell where the other person (initiator) is tell how they touched you show where you were touched demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections role shift sequence using the initiator’s view by using corresponding gesture, show receiver’s response without role shift, and show receiver’s change in position role shift sequence using the receiver’s view by showing initiator’s action that touched you without role shift Wrap Up & Begin Unit 19 demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections translate sentences containing the phrases “one out of ____” and “more than half of ____” use the topic-comment and contrastive structures to organize and present the information use percentages, fractions, and ratios to distinguish the part from the whole. demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections present information by ranking present information by naming the top five present information by naming the top, most, oldest

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use rhetorical questions demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections organize information using constrastive structure organize information using topic-comment structure organize information using rhetorical structure

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demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections compare information using contrastive structure use topic-comment structure use rhetorical structure use emphatic movement of signs, pauses, and eye contact to engage the listener and highlight important points 6. use contrastive structure 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections compare information using contrastive structure use topic-comment structure use rhetorical structure use emphatic movement of signs, pauses, and eye contact to engage the listener and highlight important points 6. analyze meanings and use contrastive structure to translate facts 1. 2. 3. 4. demonstrate appropriate social behaviours for forming connections identify the topic for each of the ten facts use classifiers and role shift to describe and illustrate a fact share facts using different structures (whole-part, listing, comparison & classifiers) Wrap up & End of Course

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