Unit 12 - SMILE Smile!
Curriculum link: levels 1 and 2 of The New Zealand Curriculum
In this unit, your students will ask about, express, and respond to feelings, needs, and emotions.
- ask about feelings, needs, and emotions
- express feelings, needs, and emotions
- tell a story.
The assessment criteria are based on the curriculum achievement objectives for learning languages at levels 1 and 2. These criteria measure the students’ ability to communicate in NZSL.
ALRIGHT, ANGRY, COLD, COME-ON, CRY, FEEL, HAPPY, HOT (feeling hot), HURT, INTERESTING, NERVOUS, SCARED, SICK, SMILE, STORY, SURPRISED, UPSET, AH
Wh-questions: WHAT and WHY; adverbial inflection; non-manual signals
[Gloss: IX-me EXCITED IX-me; Non-manual signal: nod]
I feel unhappy.
[Gloss: IX-me HAPPY; Non-manual signal: neg]
[Gloss: IX-you ALRIGHT IX-you; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
My friend Zoe is excited.
MY FRIEND fs-ZOE IX-she EXCITED (jump-for-joy)
[Gloss: WHY; Non-manual signal: whq]
Why is Sam angry?
[Gloss: fs-SAM ANGRY, WHY IX-he; Non-manual signal: whq]
I don't know.
[Gloss: IX-me DON'T-KNOW IX-me; Non-manual signal: neg]
[Gloss: HAPPEN WHAT; Non-manual signal: whq]
Her sister is sad. She's crying.
HER SISTER SAD, CRY++
[Gloss: AWESOME; Non-manual signal: nod]
That's a great story!
[Gloss: IX-it STORY GREAT; Non-manual signal: nod]
Clip 12.1a Vocabulary
Clip 12.1b Vocabulary
Clip 12.2a Sentence patterns
Clip 12.2b Sentence patterns
Clip 6.1a Vocabulary
Scene G Time Out
Scene H Winner takes all
Scene J On board
Activity 12.1 Learning vocabulary and aspects of Deaf culture
Activity 12.2 Storytelling
Activity 12.3 Communicating feelings, emotions, and needs
Activity 12.4 Assessing progress
Worksheet 12.1 Vocabulary A
Worksheet 12.2 Vocabulary B
Worksheet 12.3 Communicating feelings, needs, and emotions
Worksheet 6.1 Vocabulary