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Narrative. Watch Kelly explain her daily routine. Analysis. Identify the signs you already know in the video. Daily Routine. Ask a partner what he or she does daily.

Hi, whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s up? What do you do every day? My schedule varies each week. For example, after school on Mondays and Wednesdays, I work, but on Tuesdays and Thursdays I have gymnastics from 3 until 5. When practice is over I take off and go home. I eat dinner, study, then go to bed at 11:00. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m always running around!

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays Every signs are part of the when group of signs, so they come first in sentences. See Eyes on ASL #5 to review when signs. Every signs can be interpreted as “every” or as “on” interchangeably, but don’t use the sign during with them. Every signs are made using the handshape for the day of the week, moving it down as if through each week on a calendar.

Schedules. What can you say about Kellyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weekly schedule?

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When does Kelly study? When does she go to school? What does she do on the weekends?

Around (time)

Use a shoulder shift and the sign around to show the concept of between this time and that time.

Ranging from this to that (between)

Ask a partner what time he/she does the following activities. Answer the question. When done, switch roles and repeat. 1. What time do you wake up every day? 2. What time do you eat breakfast? 3. When do you go to ASL class? 4. When do you work? 5. What time do you get ready every morning? 6. What time do you want to get up every day? Remember: time/when signs should be signed first, so concepts like every day & every morning should be moved to the beginning of the sentence.

“What time do you (do…) everyday?”

Unit 7

6:00 a.m.

6:15 a.m.

6:30 a.m.

6:45 a.m.

1. I wake up… 2. I get up… 3. On Saturdays I get up… 4. My alarm rings… 5. On the weekends I get up… 6. Every day people should… 7. Every morning, I… 8. Every day I’m late because I… 9. I _____ in the mornings… 10. People _____ every morning…..

1. Go to bed? 2. Fall asleep? 3. Go to bed on Saturdays? 4. Eat lunch? 5. During the week, set your alarm clock? 6. Do you do chores every day? What time? 7. Do you cook dinner? What time? “What time do you (do…) everyday?”

10pm

11pm

6pm

6am

3pm 7am 12pm

8am

What time does he…? 1.…go to bed? 2.…eat lunch? 3.…wake up? 4.…eat dinner? 5.…fall asleep? 6.…use the computer/internet?

Shoulder shift is shown in SignWriting by writing the signs in left, middle and right columns. The shoulder represents the ideas of then & and in English.

Every morning I get up, then in the afternoons, I work, and in the evening I relax.

Morning

Afternoon

Evening

Wake up

Go to school

Eat dinner

Get up

Go to work

Brush teeth

Eat breakfast

Relax

Get in bed

Go to ASL class

Exercise

Study

Brush teeth

Do chores

Set clock

Shower

Do homework

Fall asleep

Alarm rings

Eat lunch

Wake up early

Watch TV

Cook dinner

Exercise

Shower

Go to bed early

Work

Change clothes

Visit friends

Go to class

Toothpaste

Mouthwash

Shampoo Hairspray

Lotion / sunscreen

Floss

Toothbrush

Nail clipper

Nail polish

Soap

Deodorant

Perfume

Many signs for common hygiene products use classifiers to depict their action or purpose. Match the item to the SignWriting that shows how it would be used. Shampoo Hairspray Perfume Toothbrush Nail clipper Nail polish Deodorant Soap Sunscreen Mouthwash Lotion

Always

Sometimes

For-for? What for?

Never

To use

Closed captioning means that the captions are programmed into the original material and must be turned on to work. Open captions are always present on the screen and cannot be turned off. The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) has lobbied Congress to have captioning offered on television, movie screens, and other locations accessible to the public (including on the internet). Since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed in 1990, captioning is now common on most TV shows & commercials. This benefits Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people. Did you know it is relatively easy to caption your own video using widely available computer video editing programs?

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1. Do you make the bed every day? 2. When do you clean your house? 3. Do you do the dishes after eating? 4. When do you take out the garbage? 5. Do you wash the car monthly? 6. Do you set the table in the evening? 7. Do you do laundry every week? 8. Do you clean the house every weekend?

1. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like raking leaves.

6. I do laundry on Wednesdays.

2. I wash the car every Saturday.

7. I feed my cat and dog every night.

3. I never make my bed in the morning.

8. Once in a while I clean my room.

4. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t mind mowing the lawn. 5. Every night I help cook, and then I do the dishes.

9. I take out the garbage after dinner. 10. I always set the table.

Daily activities

vocabulary

Daily activities

vocabulary