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LESSONPLAN1

Lesson:
MuseumFieldTrip
Unit:
MultipleModalitiesinSignLanguage
Course:
ASL2B
Instructor:
GuthrieNutter
School:
HeritageHS
Date:
4/29/14

Purpose:
Todevelopmultimodal(codeswitching)skillsinbothtransmittingandreceiving
information,usingsignlanguage.

LessonObjective:
StudentswilltranslatetextswritteninEnglishintoAmericanSign
Language,andreverseinterpretthesamecontentfromAmericanSignLanguagetospoken
English.

Differentiation1:
StudentswillparticipateinforwardbasedASLinterpretingsessionsusing
wellknown,easiertoreadchildrensbooks.

Differentiation2:
StudentswillobserveandreflectonactiveASLinterpretingsessions
facilitatedbyotherstudents,eitherinthemuseumwithmuseumcontent(regularactivity)or
theclassroom,usingchildrensbooks(differentiation1).

21stCenturyStandards:
SOCIALANDCROSSCULTURALSKILLS
InteractEffectivelywithOthers
Knowwhenitisappropriatetolistenandwhentospeak
Conductthemselvesinarespectable,professionalmanner
Differentiation:
Utilizesocialmodelingforconversationpacing
LEADERSHIPANDRESPONSIBILITY

GuideandLeadOthers
Useinterpersonalandproblemsolvingskillstoinfluenceandguideothers
towardagoal
Differentiation:
Developobservationskillstomodelleadershipactivities
CRITICALTHINKINGANDPROBLEMSOLVING
ReasonEffectively

Usevarioustypesofreasoning(inductive,deductive,etc.)asappropriatetothe
situation

Differentiation:
Analyzecontextofsocialdiscourseandmakeconnectionstopersonalpractice
COMMUNICATIONANDCOLLABORATION

CommunicateClearly

Articulatethoughtsandideaseffectivelyusingoral,writtenandnonverbal
communicationskillsinavarietyofformsandcontexts.

Differentiation:
Utilizenonverbalcommunicationasatooltosupersedeprimarylanguage
challenges
StateCoreStandards:

CommunicationCommunicateinLanguagesOtherThanEnglish

Standard1.2:Studentsunderstandandinterpretwrittenandspokenlanguageonavarietyof
topics.
Standard1.3:Studentspresentinformation,concepts,andideastoanaudienceoflisteners
orreadersonavarietyoftopics.

ConnectionsConnectwithOtherDisciplinesandAcquireInformation
Standard3.1:Studentsreinforceandfurthertheirknowledgeofotherdisciplinesthroughthe
worldlanguage

CommunitiesParticipateinMultilingualCommunitiesatHome&AroundtheWorldStandard
5.1:Studentsusethelanguagebothwithinandbeyondtheschoolsetting.

RequiredMaterials:
Pen
Paper
Printeddescriptionofseveralartworksondisplay
VehicletransportationtoPortlandArtMuseum
Recordingdeviceorwirelessdevicewithvideocapabilities

Differentiation1(museum):

Pen
Paper
Printeddescriptionofseveralartworksondisplay
VehicletransportationtoPortlandArtMuseum
Recordingdeviceorwirelessdevicewithvideocapabilities

Differentiation2(classroom):

Pen
Paper
Childrenspicturebook
Recordingdeviceorwirelessdevicewithvideocapabilities

ProgressionofLearningActivities:

1. Studentsprovidedwithaparagraphdescriptionofaworkofartinaspecifiedroom
2. Studentshuntforassignedobject
3. StudentstranslateparagraphintoASL
4. Partner1readsaloudfromtheparagraphPartner2,usingtheirASLnotes,translates
voicedEnglishcontentintoASLPartner1recordsPartner2.
5. Partner1and2switchplaces,andrepeattheactivity
6. Partner1and2reverttooriginalrolesPartner1shiftsmodalityandsignsparagraph
inASLPartner2voicesthesignedcontentintospokenEnglish.
7. Partner1and2switchplacesagainusingthenewcommunicationmodalityentire
exerciseisrecorded

Differentiation1(museum):

1. Studentsprovidedwithaparagraphdescriptionofaworkofartinaspecifiedroom
2. Studentsprovidedwithacopyofvideoor
linktoYouTubeclip
demonstratingmuseum
activity
3. Studentsobserveandrecordotherstudentpairsproceedingwithsteps27(see
aboveprogression)
4. Studentswatchrecordingsinclassroom(backfrommuseum)
5. Studentsdiscusswithotherpairsonwhathappenedwithsteps27(seeabove
progression)
6. Studentswritereflectionabouttheirobservationsontheprocessandconversations
withotherstudentpairs

Differentiation2(classroom):

1. Studentsprovidedwithachildrenspicturebook
2. Partner1readsaloudtheirinterpretation,intheirownlanguageoftheevents
portrayedinthefirsthalfofthepicturebook
3. Partner2recordsthisinterpretationbyPartner1

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Studentpairsswitchroles,andrepeatsteps2and3
Studentsnowwatchtheirrecordings,andwritedownwhattheyobserved
Asapair,studentstranslatewhattheywrotedown
Step2isrepeated,asPartner2signstheinterpretationofPartner1(thisisrecorded)
Studentpairsswitchrolesandrepeatstep7
Studentswriteareflectionontheprocessofrecording,translatingtext,interpreting
andrecordingasecondtime

Assessment:

Studentswillexperiencecodeswitchinginbothdirectionsoftheinformationstream.Theentire
exerciseisrecorded,andwatched/observedbypartnersoftheoriginalexerciseandwith
otherstudents.

OriginalparagraphtranslatedintoASLglossonpaper
10points
RecordedModality1
15points
RecordedModality2
15points
ReflectionEssay
10points

AssessmentDifferentiation1:

Studentswillexperiencecodeswitchinginbothdirectionsoftheinformationstream.Theentire
exerciseisrecorded,andwatched/observedbypartnersoftheoriginalexerciseandwith
otherstudents.

Recordingstudentwork
20points
ReflectionEssay
30points

AssessmentDifferentiation2:

Studentswillexperiencecodeswitchinginbothdirectionsoftheinformationstream.Theentire
exerciseisrecorded,andwatched/observedbypartnersoftheoriginalexerciseandwith
otherstudents.

Originalchildren'sstorytranslatedintoASLglossonpaper
20points
RecordedStudentwork
10points
ReflectionEssay
20points

Debrief:

Studentswillwriteareflectionessayfocusingonthefollowing:

1. Whatchallengesdidtheyencounterduringthetranslation/observationprocess?
2. Whatstrategiesdidtheyusetoovercomethosechallenges?
3. HowdidthisexerciseimpactyourperspectiveonthefieldofASLinterpreting?