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Chapter 3

ASL 101 Chapter 3: Signing Naturally Unit 3


Department
American Sign Language
Course Code
ASL 101
Professor
Stacey Horman
Chapter
3

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Signing Naturally Unit 3
3:1
Watch the videos for pages 110-111 and answer the questions.
1. What does real world orietatio refer to?
Spatial awareness of your environment
2. Give three examples of when a signer would use it.(3 points)
Point in the diretio of your hoe, idiate the loatio of where you’re kerig A“L, refer to aother perso or ojet i
the immediate environment.
3:2
Watch the videos for page 112 and answer the questions.
1. When involving a location for a command, what order does a signer sign the command?(4 points)
Name the location (raise brows)
Name the object (raise brows)
Indicate who (point to person)
Give the command (to put the object in a specific place)
3:3
Read DEAF PROFILE on pages 113-114 and answer the questions.
1. Who is the profile about?
Douglas Tilden
2. What artist is he compared to?
Michelangelo
3. How did he become deaf?
Scarlet fever
4. Where did he go to school?
California school for the Deaf
5. What was his first career choice?
teaching
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6. Why did he change to sculpting?
His brother inspired him
7. Who was his mentor?
Paul Choppin
8. Where was his mentor?
Paris
9. What did he help organize in 1889?
International Congress of the Deaf
10. What position did he hold?
Vice president
11. What did he help organize in California?
California Association of the Deaf
12. What did James Phelan appoint him for?
The ity’s eautifiatio oittee
13. Name five works and their locations done by this artist.(5 points)
Mechanics (San Francisco), the football players (university of California Berkley), the baseball player ((university
of California Berkley), and father juniper serra ( golden gate park)
14. Where did he become a professor?
University of California
3:4
Watch the videos for pages 115-117 and practice fingerspelling/fingerreading the names.
*nothing to turn in, just practice*
3:5
Watch the videos for pages 118-121, answer the questions and do MINIDIALOGUES.
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1. What is contrastive structure?
The proper way to compare two things in ASL
2. What non-manual marker indicates sizes?
Facial expression
MINIDIALOGUES
MD1
1.David uses contrastive structure to ask two questions. What are they? (5 points)
Is Dale a man or women?
Is her shirt orange or red?
2. Summarize the information given about Dale. (4 points)
Dale is a women who is wearing glasses and an orange shirt.
MD2
1.Norman uses contrastive structure to ask two questions. What are they?(6 points)
Do you live in San Francisco or Oakland?
Is your house green or brown?
2. Summarize the information give about the Iva's residence.(6 points)
She lives in San Fran. Her house is green with brown window frames but she wants to paint them white because
she does’t like row
MD3
1.Cinnie uses contrastive structure to ask two questions. What are they?(6 points)
Karen, do you like painting or cooking?
Do you cook French food or Mexican food?
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