Unit 18 - PARTY READY Preparing for a party
Curriculum link: levels 1 and 2 of The New Zealand Curriculum
In this unit, your students will make plans and preparations for a party and show social awareness when interacting with others.
- respond to and use polite language
- make plans and preparations.
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.
BARBECUE, BOX, COOK, EXCUSE-ME, FAULT, HELP, MATCHES, PILLOW, PLATE, READY, SAUSAGES, SHOW, SLEEPING+BAG, SORRY, STEAK
Inflecting verbs; the dual pronouns US-TWO and WE-all; descriptive classifiers
My party's on Saturday. Would you like to come?
THIS SATURDAY HAVE PARTY, [Gloss: IX-you WANT GO; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
Yes, I'd like to, thanks.
[Gloss: IX-me WANT GO; Non-manual signal: nod] THANK-YOU
What can I bring?
[Gloss: IX-me BRING WHAT; Non-manual signal: whq]
Music would be nice.
[Gloss: MUSIC GOOD; Non-manual signal: nod]
You can sleep over.
IX-you COME SLEEP
I'll bring my sleeping bag and pillow.
[Gloss: IX-me BRING SLEEPING+BAG, PILLOW; Non-manual signal: nod]
How do I do this?
[Gloss: IX-me (action) HOW IX-me; Non-manual signal: whq]
I'll show you how.
[Gloss: IX-me SHOW HOW; Non-manual signal: nod]
Can you cook?
[Gloss: IX-you COOK; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
Can you help me, please?
Please excuse me.
Sorry, it's my fault.
It's time to eat.
[Gloss: NOW EAT; Non-manual signal: nod]
[Gloss: IX-me READY IX-me; Non-manual signal: nod]
Clip 18.1 Vocabulary
Clip 18.2a Sentence patterns
Clip 18.2b Sentence patterns
Clip 14.1a Vocabulary
Clip 14.2a Sentence patterns
Clip 15.1b Vocabulary
Scene N We’re having a party!
Scene T Who’s cooking?
Activity 18.1 Introducing vocabulary
Activity 18.2 Preparing for a party
Activity 18.3 Fun at the party
Activity 18.4 Assessing progress
Worksheet 18.1 Vocabulary
Worksheet 18.2a What do I need to bring?
Worksheet 18.2b What do I need to bring?