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American Sign Language II

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Week Dates
Week 10 Oct. 29 - Nov. 2
Week 11 Nov. 5 - 9
Week 12 Nov. 11 - 16
Week 13 Nov. 19 - 23 (Thanksgiving)
Week 14 Nov. 26 - 30
Week 15 Dec. 3 - 7
Week 16 Dec. 10 - 14
Week 17 Dec. 17 - 21
Winter Break Dec. 22 - Jan. 6
Week 18 Jan. 7 - 11
Week 19 Jan. 14 - 18 (Finals Week)

 

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If your 2nd quarter grade is higher than your semester grade, your 2nd quarter is improving your semester grade over 1st quarter. If, however, your semester grade is higher than your 2nd quarter grade, your 2nd quarter grade is dragging your semester grade down. Only your semester grades are recorded on your high school transcript, not quarter grades.

Grading Policy
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Week 10

# Assignment Point Value
10.1 Attend at least one Deaf community event of your choice this semester. 30
Due Friday, January 18th. Added to the grade book upon completion or as a zero as of January 1st.
10.2 Type a 250-word paper on your experience at the Deaf community event you attend. Example paper 20
Due Friday, January 18th. Added to the grade book upon completion or as a zero as of January 1st.
10.3 Review this week's vocabulary list: week 10: food 10
10.4 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
10.5

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
10.6

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
10.7 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
10.8 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10
10.9 Vocabulary Quiz (in-class assignment) 20

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# Assignment Point Value
11.1 Review this week's vocabulary list: week 11: interrupting 10
11.2 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
11.3

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
11.4

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
11.5 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
11.6 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10
11.7 Vocabulary Quiz (in-class assignment) 20

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Week 12

# Assignment Point Value
12.1 Review this week's vocabulary list: week 12: seasons and weather 10
12.2 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
12.3

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
12.4

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
12.5 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
12.6 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10
12.7 Vocabulary Quiz (in-class assignment) 20

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Week 13

# Assignment Point Value
13.1 Review this week's vocabulary list: week 13: frequency and comparing 10
13.2 Eat turkey. NA
13.3 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
13.4

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
13.5

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
13.6 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
13.7 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 14

# Assignment Point Value
14.1 Review this week's vocabulary list: week 14: frequency and comparing 10
14.2 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
14.3

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
14.4

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
14.5 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
14.6 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10
14.7 Vocabulary Quiz (in-class assignment) 20

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Week 15

# Assignment Point Value
15.1 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
15.2

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
15.3

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
15.4 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
15.5 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 16

# Assignment Point Value
16.1 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
16.2

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
16.3

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
16.4 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
16.5 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 17

# Assignment Point Value
17.1 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
17.2

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
17.3

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
17.4 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
17.5 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 18

# Assignment Point Value
18.1 Original Character:

Draw a full-color illustration of the character the class developed to demonstrate comprehension.

Your work will be graded on how well you include all the details developed in class.

This may be done digitally or hand drawn.
10
18.2

Story:

Draw full-color illustrations in comic form of the story the class developed using this template to demonstrate comprehension of the story. This may be done digitally or hand drawn.

Panel 1: Show the character faced with the problem

Panel 2: Show the character trying and failing to solve the problem

Panel 3: Show the character trying again to solve the problem

Panel 4: Show the character at the end of the story

10
18.3

Movie Making:

Perform well the tasks of the job assigned you to help make a movie based on the story developed in class:

Pre-production: making props or sets or bringing costumes to class for production

Production: film shooting

Post-production: video editing

10
18.4 In-class Interpersonal Communication Skills Development (in-class assignment) 30
18.5 Silent Start (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 19

# Assignment Point Value
NA Semester Final Exam 15% of semester grade

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