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  • ~Sign language Club~
    Lesson 1
  • ~Sign language Club~
    What we’re going to learn today!!
    Your sign name
    Number 1-11 with a song!
    Who, What, When, Where, Why
    Discussion of different sign language
    Links
  • Your Sign Name
    In order to do this you must think of the word that most describes your personality.
    After finding the perfect word take the first letter of your name and combine it with the sign.
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  • Numbers
    http://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/pages-signs/n/numbers.htm
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  • Who, What, When, Where, Why
    Who!
  • what
  • When
  • Where!
  • Why
  • Sites to learn from
    There plenty to learn from…
    YouTube!!!
    www.aslpro.com
    www.signingsavvy.com
    http://www.lifeprint.com/
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2nX41KvnNY&feature=related
    Our personal friend: Tom Neville
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBFM7dOymuU&feature=related
  • Youtube
    Pros
    Learn different styles.
    Teaches you different facial, gestures and body expressions .
    Help you become fluent.
    Cons
    Some signs are incorrect.
    It cannot communicate with you!
  • Difference between ASL,ESL, & PSE.
    ASL
    ESL/ SEE (Signed Exact English)
    Signed Exact English
    developed by hearing educators for teaching English language in school settings. These systems use English word order.
    Best used for educational purposes.
    Usually encouraged
    communicating to help deaf people
    an actual language with its own vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. The "sentence" structure is not the same as spoken/written English.
    Faster to communicate
    Little confusing if you’re new to it.
    PSE: Pidgin (NOT "pigeon", smile) A "contact" language that bridges communication between ASL and SEE users. This form of communication varies on the sign language continuum. If you picture strict SEE on the far left point of a line, and pure ASL on the far right point, PSE fills the whole range in between. Some users have a higher percentage SEE, some have a higher percentage ASL. Mixes some English word order with some ASL signs and classifiers.
  • So when can I use it?Depends on the age group
    Older Deaf who were exclusively educated at residential schools tend to prefer ASL.
    Younger Deaf, educated thru "mainstream" programs grow up without the tight Deaf community to reinforce common language and goals. So generally they would use SEE or PSE.
    Check out this link to see the difference between the two… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6drv_kpqw8&feature=related
  • Next time…
    How do you feel.
    Time
    Transportation in American Sign Language
    How to Sign about Occupations
    And make up a conversation using these signs.