Educator’s Sign Language Lesson Plans #2

ACTION WORDS!

Now that you have learned a few simple words. Let’s learn some simple action words!

Many times we need words to for every day activities.

Starting with words appropriate for all ages:

EAT

to eat 2 asl

frankie eat outside     TO EAT with JAYLEN

 

DRINK

 

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DRINK

 

DRINK - cup.jpg

WATER

 

 

WATER
WATER- Move “W” handshape back and forth to the mouth

SIT

 

TO SIT .jpeg

SAME SIGN - SIT
TO SIT
SIT
TO SIT

 

 

 

 

GO

 

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GO TO THE BATHROOM (POTTY)

SHAKE your WRIST with the “T” handshape

 

 

SLEEP (Young Child Sign)

TO SLEEP

 

For Older Students:

 

To DRIVE 

TO DRIVE

 

 

To WANT (pull hands towards you)

 

 

To THINK

 

PRACTICE:  Now that you can spell finish these signed sentences

1- I (point to self) EAT ________

2- I (point to self) DRINK______

  1. I (am) GOING to ____________

Also, fingerspell these places :

 

DISNEY WORLD

CHURCH

TEMPLE

HOME

SCHOOL

MALL

STORE

LIBRARY

EXTENDED LEARNING: This sign has an X handshake but none of the words it can convey in ASL start with the letter X.  Which words (there are at least 5) can you make with this handshake? (Hint: One word this can communicate is TO NEED)

1- TO NEED

2-

3-

4-

5-

 

TO NEED
TO NEED and many other words that use this sign/ handshake

 

Recommended viewing for older students and adults: (note mature themes)

Oscar nominated:

  1. Children of a Lesser God
  2. Beyond Silence – German / English subtitles/ German Sign Language

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