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Write in English and ASL a conversation about making plans to go out to eat or stay in and eat.

ASL1

Question Description

It can be written, signed or both.

It must be 7-10 sentences long. You must create a unique dialogue that is your own. The examples in this guide and examples in the lesson are just a guide so you can learn how to write ASL and see how a dialogue should look.

It must be written in English and in ASL.

English is written as usual & ASL is written in ALL CAPS.

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ASL 1B Unit 2 Lesson 5 Portfolio Guide Portfolio Requirements & Examples • • • • The portfolio is to be a conversation about making plans to go out to eat or stay in and eat. It can be written, signed or both. It must be 7-10 sentences long. You must create a unique dialogue that is your own. The examples in this guide and examples in the lesson are just a guide so you can learn how to write ASL and see how a dialogue should look. It must be written in English and in ASL. o English is written as usual. o ASL is written in ALL CAPS. ▪ Fingerspelled words in ALL CAPS separated by hyphens. Ex. D-E-N-N-Y-S ▪ Single signs in ALL CAPS Ex. EAT ▪ Repeated signs are shown with + signs after the sign. Ex. EAT++ (eat a lot) ▪ Directions for signs are written in lower case. Ex. HUNGRY++ (sign vigorously with a lot of emphasis to convey how hungry the person is) ▪ 2 English words, but 1 ASL sign would be written with a hyphen. GO-OUT ▪ Facial expressions and other non-manual markers would be in lowercase and sometimes in parenthisis. o Sentence structure examples ▪ Time signs – set up the time frame first and then comment on it. Ex. TOMORROW, TIME-6, D-E-N-N-Y-S WANT GO? NMM-yes/no ? eyebrows up. ▪ Topic-comment structure – Say the topic and then comment on it. Ex. HAMBURGER, I WANT (NMM-nod head ▪ Words not signed in ASL • To be verbs – is, am, be, was, etc. Ex. It is lunchtime. NOW LUNCH TIME. • Word endings – ed, ing, s, es, etc. Ex. I will be driving to the restaurant. DRIVE-TO RESTAURANT, ME. • Articles – a, an, the Ex. I want a hamburger. HAMBURGER, I WANT ▪ Non-manual markers – These are head movements, eye gaze, body movements, etc. They aren’t actual signs, but they add a lot of meaning to the signs you are signing. • Yes/no questions, rhetorical questions – eyebrows up, head titled. • WH? – eyebrows furrowed, head tilted, hold the last sign • ▪ Comparing 2 different things – shoulder shift Ex. Do you want to go to Friday’s or Chili’s? WANT GO F-R-I-D-AY-S (shift to left/right) C-H-I-L-I-S? NMM-wh? Eyebrows furrowed. Add specific directions for expression Ex. I am really excited that it might snow. IMPOSSIBLE BURGER I EAT WILL, EXCITED++ (large movement to show lots of excitement.) ...
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Running head: ENGLISH TO ASL GRAMMAR CONVERSION

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