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Day 2 review

by: Abbi Nelson

Day 2 review SPED 3680-005

Abbi Nelson
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Abbi Nelson on Tuesday January 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPED 3680-005 at University of Toledo taught by Sandra Lewinski in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see American Sign Language 2 in Language at University of Toledo.

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Date Created: 01/12/16
ASL 2  Sandra Lewinski  Day 2 (01/13/2016)  Review from Sign 1 Fruit= F twisting on cheek Vegetable= V flip flopping on cheek Candy= Dominant pointer finger twisting on your cheek Orange= Take your dominant fist and squeeze open and close in front of chin Grape= Have the passive hand pinch downward as the dominant hand moves on top of the  passive hand (the passive hand is like the vine and the dominant hand is picking the grapes) Strawberry= The dominant hand is pulling the passive pointer finer  Apple= You make your dominant index finger into a hook shape and twist it on your cheek Pineapple= Dominant thumb inside passive fist twisting  Banana= Point up your passive index finger and then pretend to peel it with your dominant  finger Onion= Make a hook shape with your dominant index finger and twist it on the upper part of  your cheek Lettuce/Cabbage/Garbage= Bacon= Both dominant and passive index and middle finger move in waves away from each  other  Meat/Beef/Steak= Dominant hand pinches the extra skin between passive thumb and index  finger  Salad= Both hands tossing in the air (like tossing a salad) Chicken= Dominant index finger and thumb on nose pinching like a beak  Turkey= Dominant pointer and index finger pinched together moving over nose  Spaghetti/Pasta= Dominant and passive pinkies moving up and down Soup= Dominant index and middle finger laying on passive palm moving up toward your mouth With= Passive and dominant fist come together  Sugar/Sweet= Dominant hand wiping off your chin Hungry= Dominant hand moving down your chest to your tummy 


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