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World Languages Curriculum American Sign Language Level 2
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Core Standards of the Course

Receptive Proficiency

Standard 01
The student will be able to recognize and locate objects around the house and location of non-present items. 20% (10 questions)

Objective 01.01
Recognize numbers 101-109 and numbers counting by hundreds.

Objective 01.02
Recognize locative classifiers.

Objective 01.03
Recognize semantic classifiers.

Objective 01.04
Recognize location of items present and non-present.

Objective 01.05
Recognize a floor plan.

Objective 01.06
Recognize confirming and correcting information.


Standard 02
The student will be able to recognize and understand complaints, suggestions and requests. 20% (10 questions)

Objective 02.01
Recognize recurring and continuous inflected verbs.

Objective 02.02
Recognize health problems and suggestions.

Objective 02.03
Recognize time signs.

Objective 02.04
Recognize conditional sentences.

Objective 02.05
Recognize complaints about others.


Standard 03
The student will be able to recognize and understand the exchange of personal information: life events, nationalities and family backgrounds. 20% (10 questions)

Objective 03.01
Recognize the sequence of when clauses.

Objective 03.02
Recognize unexpected changes in life events.

Objective 03.03
Recognize various ethnic backgrounds of families including countries and continents.

Objective 03.04
Recognize narratives of why families move and family histories.

Objective 03.05
Recognize possessive forms of nouns.

Objective 03.06
Recognize the numbers 110-119, dates and addresses.

Objective 03.07
Recognize the exchange of personal information.


Standard 04
The student will be able to recognize and understand descriptions and identifications of objects and food. 20% (10 questions)

Objective 04.01
Recognize shapes, patterns and textures.

Objective 04.02
Recognize instrumental classifiers.

Objective 04.03
Recognize topic-comment structure.

Objective 04.04
Recognize non-manual markers related to descriptions.

Objective 04.05
Recognize how something works and how it is made.

Objective 04.06
Recognize the signer’s perspective.

Objective 04.07
Recognize money signs.


Standard 05
The student will be able to recognize and understand seasonal tasks and activities. 20% (10 questions)

Objective 05.01
Recognize temporal sequencing.

Objective 05.02
Recognize time signs with durative aspects.

Objective 05.03
Recognize feelings and opinions about activities.

Objective 05.04
Recognize feelings and opinions about disrupted plans and disasters.


Expressive Proficiency

Standard 01
The student will be able describe a floor plan.

Objective 01.01
Use reference points making locations.

Objective 01.02
Demonstrate signer’s perspective.

Objective 01.03
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately. (varying and appropriate facial expressions).

Objective 01.04
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 01.05
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 02
The student will be able to describe locations of items around the house.

Objective 02.01
Describe furniture in a room.

Objective 02.02
Describe location of furniture using appropriate classifiers.

Objective 02.03
Describe the locations of household items within a room.

Objective 02.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 02.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 02.06
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 03
The student will be able to describe ailments and make suggestions.

Objective 03.01
Demonstrate “ailment” signs.

Objective 03.02
Describe the degrees of severity of the ailment and its location.

Objective 03.03
Describe the timeline of the ailment (uninflected, recurring, continuous).

Objective 03.04
Make suggestions about health improvements.

Objective 03.05
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 03.06
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 03.07
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 04
The student will be able to complain about others and make suggestions.

Objective 04.01
Make several complaints about others. (pets, children, roommates/spouse, and neighbors).

Objective 04.02
Empathize and make suggestion.

Objective 04.03
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 04.04
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 04.05
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 05
The student will be able to make a request and negotiate an agreement.

Objective 05.01
State the reason for their request.

Objective 05.02
Ask a favor involving a third person.

Objective 05.03
Demonstrate negotiation skills by declining a request and suggesting another solution.

Objective 05.04
Sign specific clock numbers correctly. (i.e. 10:47, 6:25, etc.).

Objective 05.05
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 05.06
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 05.07
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 06
The student will be able to ask for permission to borrow something.

Objective 06.01
Ask permission to borrow something.

Objective 06.02
Demonstrate use of appropriate registers according to formality (i.e. “permit me” or “not-mind”).

Objective 06.03
Agree with a condition or decline and tell why.

Objective 06.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 06.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 06.06
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 07
The student will be able to describe life events using various transitions.

Objective 07.01
Use pauses.

Objective 07.02
Use when clauses (age, year, previous event).

Objective 07.03
Use time signs (i.e., later).

Objective 07.04
Describe an unexpected change.

Objective 07.05
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 07.06
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 07.07
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 08
The student will be able to describe nationalities and family backgrounds.

Objective 08.01
Use a variety of country signs.

Objective 08.02
Describe their family nationality using contrastive structure.

Objective 08.03
Describe reasons for immigration including specific years.

Objective 08.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 08.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 08.06
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 09
The student will be able to describe objects by how they look, how they work, and how much they cost.

Objective 09.01
Describe objects using correct descriptive classifiers.

Objective 09.02
Describe objects using correct instrument classifiers.

Objective 09.03
Describe textures and/or patterns of objects.

Objective 09.04
Appropriately describe symmetrical and/or asymmetrical objects.

Objective 09.05
Describe objects from the correct perspective. (Front, neutral, rear, sitting, on your body).

Objective 09.06
Tell the cost of items up to $100.00.

Objective 09.07
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately

Objective 09.08
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 09.09
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 10
The student will be able to describe food by how it is made.

Objective 10.01
Correctly name the ingredients in a recipe.

Objective 10.02
Describe how food is made in the correct order.

Objective 10.03
Tell his/her opinion of foods.

Objective 10.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 10.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 10.06
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 11
The student will be able to describe a variety of activities they do each season.

Objective 11.01
For one season, discuss tasks they do and their feelings when done.

Objective 11.02
For one season, discuss places they go or a trip they have taken and their opinion about it.

Objective 11.03
Describe the itinerary of activities for a weekend.

Objective 11.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 11.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 11.06
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 12
The student will be able to describe different ways their plans have been disrupted.

Objective 12.01
Describe how weekend plans are disrupted (i.e. weather, health problems, house problems, car problems, personal reasons, or job-related reasons).

Objective 12.02
Describe how they feel when plans are disrupted. (i.e. demonstrate the degree of their feelings).

Objective 12.03
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 12.04
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 12.05
Produce signs correctly.


Standard 13
The student will be able to recommend and describe places to visit.

Objective 13.01
Recommend a place to visit.

Objective 13.02
Describe the cost, location, and what to do or see there.

Objective 13.03
Give their opinion of the recommended place.

Objective 13.04
Use varying non-manual markers appropriately.

Objective 13.05
Produce signs in correct ASL word order.

Objective 13.06
Produce signs correctly.


Deaf Culture Proficiency

Standard 01
The student will identify everyday experiences of Deaf people: Accessibility of TTYs, public announcements; getting, directing and maintaining attention; interpreting services, and Deaf frustrations in a hearing world. 10% (5 questions)


Standard 02
The student will describe the cultural importance of Deaf jokes, legends and stories: Importance of Deaf jokes in the community, Deaf soldiers in the Civil War, and Deaf school stories and adventures. 10% (5 questions)


Standard 03
The student will explain the history of Deaf technological devices: Western Union TTYs, modern TTYs, alarm clocks, baby cry signal lights, closed caption devices, televisions with built-in closed captioning, relay services, door lights, phone lights, Reveille and cochlear implants. 25% (12 questions)


Standard 04
The student will recognize different signacy techniques: Cheers, ABC stories, handshape stories, poetry, songs and drama. 15% (7 questions)


Standard 05
The student will identify and describe important events and people in Deaf Education history: French Deaf education in the 1700s, American Deaf education in the 1800s, Abbe de l’Eppe, Abbe Sicard, Jean Massieu, Laurent Clerc, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, Alice Cogswell, Dr. Mason Cogswell, Edward Miner Gallaudet, Gallaudet University, Alexander Graham Bell, the Milan Conference, Public Law 94-142, Deaf President Now protest, Section 504 of Rehabilitation Act of 1973. 25% (13 questions)


Standard 06
The student will examine trends in Deaf Education: American Sign Language, Oralism, Cued Speech, Bilingualism-Biculturalism, Total Communication and Signed Exact English. 15% (8 questions)



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