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American Sign Language II

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Week Dates
Week 20 Jan. 22 - 26
Week 21 Jan. 29 - Feb. 2
Week 22 Feb. 5 - 9
Week 23 Feb. 12 - 16
Week 24 Feb. 19 - 23
Week 25 Feb. 26 - Mar. 2
Week 26 Mar. 5 - 9
Week 27 Mar. 12 - 16
Week 28 Mar. 19 - 23
Spring Break Mar. 24 - Apr. 1


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Week 20

# Assignment Point Value
20.1r

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
20.2r

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
20.3r

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
20.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
20.5r Attend at least one Deaf community event of your choice this semester. 30
Due the last day of school (June 7th). Added to the grade book upon completion or as a zero as of May 1st.
20.6k Type a 250-word paper on your experience at the Deaf community event you attend. Example paper 20
Due the last day of school (June 7th). Added to the grade book upon completion or as a zero as of May 1st.
20.7e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 21

# Assignment Point Value
21.1r

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
21.2r

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
21.3r

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
21.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
21.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 22

# Assignment Point Value
22.1r

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
22.2r

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
22.3r

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
22.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
22.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
22.6r Story Time Quiz: February 1st (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 23

# Assignment Point Value
23.1r

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
23.2r

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
23.3r

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
23.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
23.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
23.6r Apologize:
Watch this awesome youtube video and answer the following:
1. What does the signer sign at the beginning of the song before he starts interpreting the lyrics?
2. How does he interpret "It's too late to apologize"?
3. Do you think this guy is deaf, hard of hearing, or hearing?
10
23.7r Love Story:
Watch this epic youtube video and answer the following:
1. How does the signer interpret the English lyric "baby" (time index 1:16)?
2. Describe the name sign she uses for "Romeo" (time index 1:01).
3. How does the signer sign "yes" (time index 3:30)?
4. Evaluate the quality of this interpretation; is she a good signer?
10
23.8r

All I Want:
Watch this legendary youtube video and answer the following:
1. During the first part of the video with the split screen (up till time index 1:06), is the woman using ASL or English sign (MCE)?
2. What English signs can you pick up in this video?
3. What is the woman signing about Deaf people (beginning at time index 1:06) when there is nothing about deafness in the song the man sings?
4. Why do you think I'm having you watch signed music videos? (Hint: F____ E____)

10

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Week 24

# Assignment Point Value
24.1r

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
24.2r

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
24.3r

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
24.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
24.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
24.6r Story Time Quiz: Three Deaf Flowers (in-class assignment). 10
24.7r Story of My Life:
Watch this splendid youtube video and answer the following:
1. Type in gloss how the signer signs the opening line, "Written in these walls are the stories that I can't explain." (0:15)
2. How does the signer interpret the lyrics: "time is frozen"? (1:11)
3. How does the signer sign that the colors on the walls can't be changed? (1:35)
4. How does the signer interpret the lines, "I give her hope. I spend her love until she's broke inside"? (2:37)
5. Do the signers interpret this song word for word or conceptually? Is that good or bad?
10
24.9k Songs:
Type a list of three song choices that you are considering for the song you will interpret as part of your final exam. Email me a link to a video of each of the songs your are considering. You do not need to include the song lyrics on your list, just the titles.
10

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Week 25

# Assignment Point Value
25.1r

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
25.2r

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
25.3r

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
25.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
25.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
DLD Somebody that I Used to Know:
Watch this cool youtube video and answer the following:
1. What sign does the signer use as a conjunction between the lines: "Told myself that you were right for me" / "But felt so lonely in your company"? (0:33) (The signer does not sign "but".)
2. Describe the sign for "addicted" used in the line starting at time index 1:02.
3. Describe the sign for "cut me off" used in the line starting at time index 1:33.
4. How does the signer sign the line, "Reading into every word you say" on the train? (2:50)
5. What sign is she signing in the restaurant with one hand right at 3:20 that is not sung in the English song?
6. Do you think these signers are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or hearing?
10

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Week 26

# Assignment Point Value
26.1r

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
26.2r

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
26.3r

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
26.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
26.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10

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Week 27

# Assignment Point Value
27.1r

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
27.2r

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
27.3r

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
27.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
27.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
27.6e

Practice Song Interpretation:
Practice signing the song that you will interpret for the final exam.

10

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Week 28

# Assignment Point Value
28.1r

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
28.2r

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
28.3r

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
28.4e Record yourself signing the story that the class developed. 10
28.5e Silent Start & Participation (in-class assignment) 10
28.6e Practice Song Interpretation:
Practice signing the song that you will interpret for the final exam.
10

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