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Last two weeks discussions and notes

by: Caitlyn Jensen

Last two weeks discussions and notes ASL 105

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Hey guys, here are the notes we took in class and clarifications about assignments. Also anything else that may have been talked about during class.
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Date Created: 09/14/15
ASL Week 1 amp 2 Notes Language Components 0 We observe and work with I Phonetics I Morphology I Semantics lexical sentential discourse I Syntax I Pragmatics Phoneme o The smallest unit of language that is both allowable and contains meaning constructed through the use of phonemes I Normally a lexical item Morpheme o The smallest unit of language that is both allowable and contains meaning constructed of lexical items sentences and discourse Semantics o The study of the meaning of lexical items sentences and discourse Syntax o The study of lexical arrangements Pragmatics o The study of language richness due to the confluence of semantics and context Audism is deaf form of racism ANALYSIS 0 0 Pick Time Segment about 4 seconds Semantics I Look at either individual signs I Meaning behind the sentence Identify when there is a gesture Class Classifiers I Represents grouping of things Handle Classifiers I Depicting Verbs Size and shape specifiers SASS How things flow together I TransCo Syntax I Time Topic Comment I How words are organized fluent with space OSV I O object I S subject I V verb 0 Timber Retell Analysis Example 383944 Seconds 0 Facial Expression I Interest Satisfaction started neutral because it was informational would look like N M N VV Look at how he walks and chops Look at lunch and at the end how he shifts roles Most complicated parts 0 Topicalization I Establishing topic with eyebrows up I Facial Grammar Eyebrows up M o Motivated curious interested I Eyebrows down W I What your identifying and then what its about 0 Body Language I Body and head shift back to ND non dominant side 43 seconds I Points He leans in to indicate distance 0 Space I Forest is far ahead on D dominant side 0 Syntax I Topic Forest I Comment Big and Impressive o Transitions amp Cohesions I Freezes with still body space allows time for each sign flowing in attempt to make visual image 0 Semantics I Points gesturing forest area I He identified a large and dense forest and was impressed 5 rows total of analysis for retells 10 Rows total of analysis for Timber retell CTQR 0 Answer 2 questions in space and upload to CyBox o How does the analysis impact their language ASL o How are you applying principles 0 What are you doing to grow and involve yourself CulturalCommunication 0 To understand another culture s norms you must first understand your own 0 By understanding your culture more fully you can access a different culture more effectively 0 By understanding another culture more effectively you recursively understand your culture with greater depth Individualism VS Collectivism o Individualism I Independence I Self Reliance I Autonomy o Collectivism I Reciprocity I Supporting group norms and values I Group identity valued over personal identity Goals 0 Individualistic Culture I To express who I am as an individual O Collectivist Culture I To express howl belong to the community Do you belong O 0 If yes Great Then how If no That has to be overcome So how Collectivist Introduction 0 O O O 0 Are you deaf Why are you here Why do you know the language Why are you involved Who do you know What comes next 0 After community members have determined your ties to the community then they want to know individually what you bring Think reciprocity The Exchange 0 O O 0 What do you like What do you not like What do you do for fun enjoyment etc What do you do that relates to the Deaf Community Cultural Exchange 0 Key Concept I How do you belong I What interests do you have that you can relate to the Deaf Community or the Deaf Experience I Seek for an exchange RECIPROCITY answer questions and ask questions I ASL comes out of an oral tradition storytelling Knowing the art of a well crafted story in ASL will overcome any deficit I ATTITUDE Module 0 Watch video of module I Principle structure 0 Look at PDF in CyBox folder I Bottom of PDF has instructions I Type answers in word doc then upload to CyBox


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