Unit 7 My Daily Routine Pg. 255.  PAGE 257 Signing Every … Pg. 257 Every afternoon Every morning Every night Every week Every year

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  • Unit 7 My Daily Routine Pg. 255
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  • PAGE 257
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  • Signing Every Pg. 257 Every afternoon Every morning Every night Every week Every year
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  • Daily Routines & Activities Pg. 256 READ!!! on page 256 about signing Daily Routines and Activities. Look at the pictured Dialogue and see if you understand whats being signed. Dont cheat and look at the Translation!!
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  • Misc. Routine Vocabulary pg. 255 For example Schedule To vary
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  • Every Days Pg. 258 Every signs are part of the when group of signs, so they come first in sentences. Every signs are made using the hand shape for the day of the week, moving it down as if through each week on the calendar.
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  • Accent Step pg. 258 Sign every weekend like this!
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  • Morning Routines Voc. Pg. 259 To take a bath To eat breakfast To brush ones hair To brush ones teeth To comb ones hair To get dressed To get ready To get ready (2) To get up
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  • Morning Routines Voc. Pg. 259 To put on makeup To over sleep To shave To shave (2) To shower To wake up
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  • Classroom Exercise C pg. 258 Ask a partner what time he or she does the following things in the morning. When done switch roles. Do this QUIETLY!!!! NO TALKING NEEDED!!
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  • Exercise C Lets see how you did
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  • Accent Step pg. 260 Use between only when signing about time, as in I get up between 7:30 and 8:00.
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  • Classroom Exercise D pg. 260 With you partners practice signing around or between. I wake up (around 7:30) I get up (between 8:00-8:25) On Saturdays I get up (around 10:00) My alarm rings (around 6:45) On the weekends I get up (between 11:00 and 12:00)
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  • Evening Routines Pg. 261 To change clothes To do chores, duties To eat dinner/supper Early To fall asleep To go to bed To eat lunch To rest, relax To set a clock/alarm
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  • Personal Hygiene & Care Pg. 267 Shampoo Hairspray Perfume Toothbrush To cut nails Nail Polish Deodorant Soap Sun Screen Toothpaste Mouthwash Floss
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  • Signing about clothing pg. 275 Clothes To fit To match Use the sign CLOTHES to sign wear and the sign USE when signing about non-clothing items like glasses and shoes.
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  • Frequency Pg. 267 Always For-for Never Sometimes To use
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  • Spatial Organization Pg. 262 Read on Page 262 about Spatial Organization. Look over the pictured examples.
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  • Watch DVD SPATIAL ORGANIZATION
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  • Classroom Exercise F pg. 262 Practice using the Spatial Organization by grouping the daily activities.
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  • Classroom Exercise G pg. 263 Use the spatial organization to describe each persons daily activities.
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  • Deaf Culture Minute Earlier you learned that Deaf people use visual or vibrating devices for alarms, doorbells and other alerts. This includes alarm clocks! Just as hearing people wake to sound, Deaf people wake to a flashing light or vibration.
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  • Expression Corner Pg. 265 Errands: The errands sign is common expression to say you have a lot to do. Use errands to sign about being busy in general or when describing specific errands.
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  • Activities pg. 266 Watch Kelly sign about her daily routine on the Student DVD. Watch Kris sign about getting ready on the Student DVD. Answer questions 1 5 on section J
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  • Did you know?? Pg. 269 Please read on page 269 under Did you know? about captioning www.nad.org www.ncicap.org CC
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  • Accent Step pg. 269 Look at how changing the location for shaving changes the handshape.
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  • Household Activities Vocabulary Pg. 271 To clean To do the dishes To feed To do laundry, wash clothes To make the bed To do yard work To mow (a lawn) To rake the leaves To set the table To sweep To take out the trash To wash the car
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  • Household Activities pg. 270 Read on page 270 about household activities. See if you can understand all the signs in the pictures.
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  • Classroom Exercise O pg. 272 With a partner QUIETLY practice using the new vocabulary under Classroom Exercise O. Practice doing #1, #2, and #3. This doesnt require talking!!
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  • SHOW ME
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  • Review Every afternoon Every morning Every night Every week Every year For example Schedule To vary Between Around
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  • Review To over sleep To shave To shave (2) To shower To wake up Errands Shampoo Hairspray Perfume Toothbrush
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  • Review To take a bath To eat breakfast To brush ones hair To brush ones teeth To put on makeup To comb ones hair To get dressed To get ready To get ready (2) To get up
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  • Review To change clothes To do chores, duties To eat dinner/supper Early To fall asleep To go to bed To eat lunch To rest, relax To set a clock/alarm
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  • Review To cut nails Nail Polish Deodorant Soap Sun Screen Toothpaste Mouthwash Floss
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  • Review Always For-for Never Rake leaves Sweep Clean Different ways to sign shave Sometimes To use
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  • Review I do laundry on Wednesday. WEDNESDAY ME WASH-CLOTHES I always set the table. ME ALWAYS SET-THE-TABLE Tom takes out the garbage after dinner. DINNER FINISH fs-TOM TAKE-OUT-THE-TRASH My sister feeds my cat and dog every night. EVERY-NIGHT MY SISTER FEED CAT DOG
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  • ASL Close Up Noun Verb Pairs in ASL page 273 Read on page 273 about Noun Verb pairs Pay close attention to the MOVEMENT of each sign. When youre done raise your hand.
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  • ASL Close Up Noun Verb Pairs in ASL page 273 Nouns: have a double back and forth movement Verbs: have one solid movement, or a wider back and forth movement than nouns.
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  • CAN YOU THINK OF OTHER EXAMPLES???
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  • ASL Close Up Noun Verb Pairs in ASL page 273 Another way to understand noun verb pairs is to think of what the signs show or do. Scissors vs. To cut Chair vs. To sit Eraser vs. To erase Telephone vs. To call vs. To be called Car vs. To drive to vs. To drive here
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  • Practice pg. 274 Chair/ sit Door/ to open a door Telephone/ I call you Car/ to drive to Scissors/ to cut Boat/ cruise Pencil/ to write Window/ to open a window
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  • Practice pg. 274 Telephone/ you call me Eraser/ to erase Car/ to drive here Airplane/ to fly to
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  • Clothing signs pg. 278 Skirt Socks Sweater Sweatshirt Blouse Boots Glasses Hat, cap Jacket, coat Overalls Bra Dress Panties, underwear Overcoat
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  • Clothing signs pg. 278 Pants (1) Pants (2) Sandals Shirt Shoes Shorts, boxers
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  • Clothing signs pg. 278 Tank top Ties Turtleneck Watch Jeans Pajamas (PJ) Suit Sun (with glasses)
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  • Describing Clothing pg. 283 Buttons Long sleeve Patterned Plaid Polka dots Scooped neck Short sleeve Striped
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  • Describing Clothing pg. 283 Striped (wide) Too big Too small V-neck
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  • Practice Sentences pg. 279 Im wearing sandals. ME USE SANDALS He has a sweatshirt on. HE WEAR SWEATSHIRT She's wearing boots with jeans. SHE USE BOOTS WITH fs-JEANS I like wearing flip-flops ME LIKE USE fs: FLIPFLOPS (SANDALS)
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  • Practice Sentences pg. 279 Shes wearing a blue blouse and jacket. SHE WEAR BLOUSE BLUE, JACKET. (s.s.) He's wearing brown shoes. HE USE SHOES BROWN People wear shoes everyday. EVERYDAY PEOPLE USE SHOE Im wearing tennis shoes / sneakers today. TODAY ME USE fs-TENNIS SHOES
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  • ASL Close Up pg. 280 Use the topic-comment structure when describing clothing. Topic what is being described Comment about what is being described Look at the example on page 280
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  • WATCH DVD THE BALL GOWN
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  • DESCRIBE THE PERSON Look at the following pictures and describe what each person is wearing
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  • Sign with a Partner: Ask a partner if he/she has the following item(s) of clothing. Ex. #1: YOU HAVE SHORTS BROW