Discussion topic: Review: EQUAL-[fair, level]
Discussion topic: Indexing on the Non-Dominant Hand
Discussion topic: Classifier: 4
I am able to recognize and
sign the practice sentences and story for this lesson I have taken the
Vocabulary Practice Quiz ___ I have taken the general
practice quiz for this lesson. See:
add-to | ALGEBRA |
ALL-NIGHT | ALTOGETHER-[total/sum] | APARTMENT | A-P-T | BATHROOM |
BEFORE-[prior-to] | BOOKSTORE | CAFETERIA | Calculus | CAN | CITY |
CLASS | DIVIDE | DORM | EAT | ENGLISH | EQUAL |
EXPLAIN-[describe/directions] | FAIL | FINISH | FLUNK | FRESHMAN |
Geometry | GIRL | HOW-MANY | JUNIOR | KNOW | LIKE | LIVE | MATH | ME
| NAME | NUMBER | PASS | PAST-[before] | PHONE | PLUS-[positive] |
POST-[put-up-poster/bulletin-board] | RESTAURANT | SENIOR | SIGN |
SOPHOMORE | STUCK-UP | STUDENT | STUDY | TAKE-AWAY | TEST | THIS |
T-R-I-G | WHAT-[huh] | WHERE | WHY |
Practice tip: Suppose your practice partner asks you if you live in an apartment.
If you don't live in an apartment instead of just saying "no" you could you tell him you "live in a house."
Later if he asks you if you live in a dorm, instead of answering "no" you could say, "not yet" or "before" or "I want
(to)" or some other information filled answer.
Indexing on the Non-Dominant Hand:
You can use your non-dominant hand (that's the left-hand for six out of seven
people) as a way to talk about your family or friends. For example, as
you introduce each of your brothers and sisters you can "index" them on
the non-dominant hand by pointing to different fingers for each sibling.
Start with the oldest first and work your way down.
(CL4) This sign is used to represent multiples
of items that are arranged in a certain way. CL4 can be used for things like:
hair (styles), curtains, a line of people, lines on a shirt or a piece of
Classifier 4 page for
Note: “worse vs times”
“Worse/worst” is a single movement
“Times” is a single movement
The only difference is the facial expression and the rest of the
Notes: “more than”
To express the concept of “more than” can either sign a combination of
the two separate signs “MORE” and “THAN” or you can use the single sign
For a practice quiz,
23 Practice Quiz
Check with your instructor or your syllabus regarding any graded
quizzes for this lesson.