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ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes)

ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes)
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Sample Student Bio Assignment:
ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes) ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes) ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes) ASL American Sign Language (42 bytes)

by Jennifer Rayman (Nov. 18, 1006

ASL Short Bio Content

Include as much of the following as you can in a 2 minute or less video.  Sign the whole story as one stream, rather than edit it together. 

About yourself

  • Name first and last
  • Hearing status
  • Age
  • Studies
  • Work, where?

About your living situation

  • Where you were born or grew up?
  • moving history,
  • big cities, small cities, where do you prefer to live?
  • Do you live in a house, apartment?
  • Who do you live with?

About your family

  • Parentís marital status
  • Number of brothers and sisters
  • Other relatives
  • Are your Grandparents still alive?
  • Relativeís hearing status
     

ASL Short Bio Evaluation Criteria

Vocabulary

  • Appropriate vocabulary used (correct sign for context)
  • Clear articulation

Variety of Vocabulary Used

  • The more the better (as long as it is fluid with the story)

Facial Expression

  • Use your face to show the appropriate emotional tone of the story
  • Use your face to add to the grammar and discourse flow (nodding for sentence affirmation, shaking for negation)

Discourse Flow/ Sentences

  • Phrasing pace should be clear and sentences chunked well
  • Use at least one contrastive sentence
  • Do ideas flow well and naturally from the different topics
  • Variety of sentence structure (not glued to English grammar)

Grammar Points included

  • Contrastive sentence (at least one)
  • Spatial agreement
  • Negation (at least one)
  • Likes/Dislikes (at least one)

Fingerspelling and Numbers

  • Clear correct letters
  • Proper placement of hand
  • Relaxed holding of hand
  • Fluid, flowing, no bouncing


 


 

      

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