Week of 4/6-4/9
This week in ASL, you will go to the Choice Board! Please be sure to read the directions carefully AND watch the tutorial the Mr. Smith provided. There will be 2 chats this week. The times are Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. and Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Please log on to one for live reviews. If you log on to either of the chats I will be going over the exact sentences on your assignment for this week!! Please let me know if you need something!
Monday 4/6 - Sports day
Today in sign langauge, please go to Seesaw to find the activity titled April 3, 2020. You will use the sentences that you wrote yesterday to sign to me and interpret what I signed to you.. If you want to review first, pelase do so. Please let me know if you need something!
Thursday 4/2 - Hangout at 10:00 It's for review help. I hope you can make it!
Today in sign langauge, you are going to write 10 sentences. Please us 30 vocabulary words, including 5 emotions. This is the goal. Tomorrow you will record them on Seesaw!
Today in sign langauge, please go to the emotions and colors page of my website. Choose 5 emotions and 5 colors to learn. Sign those into Seesaw. I have it listed as an activity for you. Tomorrow, I will be hosting another "hangout" to practice. Tomorrow's you will write 10 sentences using those signs and practiciing them. On Friday, I will sign 10 sentences to you and you will sign your ten sentences back to me.
I will be hosting a live Google Chat at 10:00. You will have an invitation in your mail by 9:45. Continue to review all of the previous signs that you need to. If you are ready to move on, you can go to this emotions video, Choose 10 signs that you want to learn. There are also other videos on my teacher webpage.
E-Learning for Monday 3/30
Here is today's new activity:
Whenever we come back from a break, we need to review the entire vocabulary list of signs.
****In Seesaw, there is an activity called "Review" please follow the instructions and complete the activity.
Note: If you did not take your quiz before break, that is still in seesaw. If you didn't complete the culture video before break, It is in your Sign Language Folder in your Google Docs
If you need to chat live with me, send me an email and we can chat via Google Hangouts. Tomorrow, I will be hosting a live chat at 10:00 a.m.
Be Well Everyone
Attention Students and Families: Click here to access your e-learning activities for Wed March 18, Thursday March 19 and Monday March 30. If you have any questions as you work through the activities, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m on those dates.
Parents: Once your student has completed the designated activities, make sure to record his/her E-Learning Day Attendance through Powerschool.
Exploratory Sign Language is a one semester course that is designed to introduce students to American Sign Language, its grammar and deaf culture.
My Sign Language Webpage has the information by unit with word lists and video tutorials.
Students also use www.signlanguage101.com for more sign information and deaf culture.
If you want to reference the website from semster #1, click here