'WHO YOU?' (Who are you?) - American Sign Language

'WHO YOU?' (Who are you?) - American Sign Language

Practice sheet: 5.A Sign: CAN cylindrical metal container

also used for cup Sign: CAN meaning able

double motion = possible 1. CAN YOU

UNDERSTAND ME? WHAT can be

shown in your facial expressions. What is your name? =NAME

YOU? or = YOUR NAME?

Sign: FAVORITE Can mean prefer WHICH FAVOR YOU?

(wh-q: furrowed brows) Sign: CAR

Sign smaller to use as a noun: YOU HAVE CAR YOU? Sign larger to use as a verb

YOU LIKE DRIVE? Most car names are spelled out.

2. NAME YOUR FAVORITE CAR? [What is your favorite car?]

YES NO BEFORE NEVER

Sign: CHURCH Sign: WALK

Walk carefully Walk carefree Classifier V CL:V

3. YOU WALK SCHOOL? CHURCH?

STORE? DOCTOR D

NURSE N 4. YOUR MOM NURSE? [Is your mom a nurse?]

WATCH (look) WATCH (see) WATCH (casual)

WATCH (timepiece) he/she-GIVEyou

you-GIVEme 5. YOUR GRANDMA GIVE YOU WRISTWATCH?

[Did your grandmother give you a watch?] INTERNET

SITE is spelled or dropped.

6. YOUR FAVORITE INTERNET S-I-T-E WHAT?

WALK SCHOO

L 7. YOU WALK SCHOOL YOU?

Chair vs SIT

8. _____, SIT WHERE? want vs

dont want STORE HOME

LIBRARY 9. YOU WANT GO WHERE?

with = together

WHO DEAF 10. YOU LIKE SIGN

WITH DEAF? [Do you like signing with a Deaf

person?] Review CAN

ABLE / POSSIBLE CAR

DRIVE DRIVE-TO FAVORITE

WALK WALK (2)

CHURCH NURSE WRIST

WATCH WATCH

(look) WATCH (see)

WATCH (casual) INTERNET

MOVIE CHAIR SIT

STORE WITH

Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done, practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it back.

SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS: ANGRY, AUNT, UNCLE, BABY [son, daughter], BEDROOM-[box, room], BRUSH-TEETH, CRY, EXCUSE-[lay-off/pardon/

release/], FEEL, FRIEND-[good-friend, boy-friend, girl-friend], HAPPY, HELP, HURT [pain, injury], IDEA-[SUPPOSE, if], LOVE, SAD, SORRY-[apologize, regret], STOP, WANT-[don't-want, desire], WASH,

CL:V-[STAND, walk-to, lay down, toss-and-turn, dive, jump, skate board, scooter, get- up] If you get done with the practice sheet and the above vocabulary review, inform your teacher. NOTE: Most

people will not finish before I move on to the next section. That is OKAY! Just work at your own speed. Practice Sheet 5.C

CAN FROM

COMPUTER Different ways: 1. 2.

3. DOCTOR Different

ways: 1. 2.

EMAIL HOME

OUTSIDE Different ways: 1.

2. ANXIOUS

STORE WITH 11. CAN YOU

DRIVE? home

12. YOU DRIVE HERE FROM HOME?

HAVE Video record

Web cam

13. Your computer have web cam?

NEED 14. YOU NEED GO DOCTOR?

EMAIL ADDRESSS

15. Your email address what? WHERE

THAT WAY 16. YOUR

HOME WHERE? PLAY

OUTSIDE WhatDO?

17. Play, you like what-DO? Feel

HowFEEL? 18. YOU

how-FEEL? STORE

19. YOUR FAVORITE STORE WHAT?

WITH FRIEND 20. YOU LIKE

SIGN WITH FRIEND? [Do you like signing friends?]

Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done, practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it

back. SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS: ALL-[#ALL, whole], ASK-[ask-to, inquire, request],

BAD/GOOD-[better, best], BATHROOM-[toilet, restroom], BIG/[SMALL], COME/[GO]-[come on, gothere, go-to, attend], FAMILY-[class, group, team, category, cluster], FAVORITE-[prefer], FINE/[COOL, swell], FROM, HERE, HOUSE/CITY, LIKE, MORE,

NEED-[must, have-to, should, ought-to], SCHOOL[academic], SO-SO-[maybe, sort-of], THINK-[brain, mind. think-about, wonder], RAISED-[grow-up], [Negation: not, don't] [3.*] If you get done with the practice sheet and the

above vocabulary review, inform your teacher. Practice sentences: 5.C

OUTSIDE PLAY Related signs:

1. PARTY (two signs) a. initialized version b. use the sign for PLAY 2. TOYS (initialized version of PLAY)

STAND VIDEO

videotape: video-record FRIEND

Different ways: 1. friend 2. good-friend

1. CAN YOU F-I-X COMPUTER? [Can you fix computers?]

2. YOU LIKE DRIVE? [Do you like driving?] 3. YOU DRIVE-TO CHURCH?

[Do you drive to church?] 4. YOU LIKE EMAIL? [Do you like using email?]

5. YOU WANT GO HOME? [Do you want to go home?] 6. YOU WANT GO OUTSIDE?

[Do you want to go outside?] 7. YOU LIKE PLAY C-H-E-S-S? [Do you like to play chess?]

8. YOU THINK TEACHER NEED STAND? [Do you think teachers

should stand] 9. YOU HAVE MANY VIDEO INDEX-(point off to side)

HOME? [Do you have many videos at home?]

10. ALL YOUR FRIEND SIGN? [Do all of your friends sign?] Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done,

practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it back. SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS:

BROTHER-[boy, male, man, same, right], CHILD[short, children], DAD-[parents] [grandpa], DIVORCE, HEY, HOW, HOW-MANY-[MANY], LIVE-[life, address], MARRIAGE-[husband, wife, marry,

married, spouse], MOM [grandma], SINGLE-[alone, something, someone, JUST, ONLY, SOMETHING], SISTER [girl, female], SLOW, SPELL-[fingerspell], WORK, Possession: [have, own, her, his, its, mine,

my, our, their, your, yours], GIRL-[woman, lady], BOY-[male, man] [2.*] If you get done with the practice sheet and the above vocabulary review, inform your teacher.

Practice Sentences: 5.D 1. CAN YOU SPELL HIS/HER

NAME? [Can you spell his (or her) name?] 2. YOU DRIVE SLOW?

[Do you drive slowly?] 3. ALL YOUR FRIEND HAVE COMPUTER?

[Do all your friends have a computer?] 4. YOUR DAD GIVE-YOU

COMPUTER? [Did your dad give you a computer?]

5. YOU HAVE INTERNET INDEX-(point off to the side) HOME? [Do you have Internet access

at home?] 6. YOU LIKE GO MOVIES? [Do you like going to the

movies?] 7. YOU THINK CHILDREN SHOULD PUT-(away) THEIR TOYS?

[Do you think children should put away their toys?] 8. YOU LIKE STAY HOME

WATCH VIDEO? [Do you like to stay home and watch a video?]

9. YOU WALK-TO SCHOOL? [Do you walk to school?] 10. YOU LIVE WITH YOUR

MOM-DAD? [Do you live with your parents?]

Do the practice sheet. If the first partner gets done, have the second partner sign it. If you both get done, practice fingerspelling and vocabulary. One partner spells a previously learned vocabulary word, the other signs it

back. SUGGEESTED PRACTICE WORDS: AGAIN-[repeat], DEAF, HEARING-[speak, say], WHAT (huh?), LEARN, LIKE, MEET-[meet-you], NAME[called], NICE-[clean], PLEASE, MEAN-(meaning)[what is the meaning of, purpose], SIGN-[sign

language, signing], STUDENT (learn), TEACHER [teach, agent]-[-er]-[professor, educate], THANKYOU [good], UNDERSTAND, WHERE, WHO, WHY, Pronominalization and Indexing: [it, he, me, she, him, her, this, you], Indexing/plural sweep: [them,

they, those, us, we, you-all, that], Affirmation/Negation: YES/NO [1.*] If you get done with the practice sheet and the above vocabulary review, inform your teacher.

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