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What is Signed English (SE)? Patricia Pritchard cand polit Audiopedagog Statped vest
Hva er Signed English? Bruker noen tegn fra BSL, bokstaveringer og noen oppkonstruerte tegn brukes simultant med talespråket SE viser bøyninger (markers) og små ord (generated signs) som ikke brukes i BSL grammatikk Kan sammenlignes med tegnspråk norsk Nyttig i undervisning av engelsk grammatikk Brukes av utdannet pedagog som har kunnskap om tegnspråk
Signed English… kan brukes for å illustrere engelsk setningsstruktur kan brukes for å øve inn faste uttrykk og strukturer gjør det mulig å visualisere og fokusere på små ord og endelser
Signed English Nouns Flertall s = tegn + s Genetiv s = tegn + the right little finger sweeps up and flicks past the left one
Articles A A = fingerspell a An An = fingerspell a-n The The = fingerspell t, twist your wrist clockwise
A or An???? an We use an in front of nouns that start with a vowel sound a e i o u BSL helps us remember the vowels!
Pronouns Subjects I, youthey I, you, (entall) they (subject) = point He He = man + point She She = woman + pointObjects Me, you, them, us, Me, you, them, us, (object) =flat hand Him Him = guess what! Her Her = guess what!
Possessives My, your, its, our, their, own His = man + your Her = woman + your Mine, yours, ours,theirs = sign + extra your
Reflexive pronouns Myself = my + 1 moving downwards Yourself = your + 1 moving downwards Himself = man + 1moving downwards Herself = woman + 1 moving downwards Itself = point + 1 moving downwards Ourselves = our + 1 moving downwards
Verb inflections eats Habitual = verb + s He eats dinner every day. singing Present participle = verb + curl. He is singing in the bath. worked Past tense = verb + before. He worked at the school for a year. have worked Past participle = have/has or stop + verb. I have worked as a teacher. -ing -ed Have/ has stop
Auxillary verbs – to be (fingerspell T+O B) Is = 1 + Are = 5 + Am = m + Signs curve downwards, ending palm up
Was and were Was = 1 + moves backwards towards body Were = 3 + moves backwards towards body
Auxiliary verbs Do Do = fingerspell d on ”o” finger Did Did =fingerspell d on ”i” finger
Contracted verb forms ’s (He’s my friend) = s ’re (You’re my friend) =r ’ve (I’ve two friends) = v ’d (I’d like you to be my friend) = d ’ll (I’ll be your friend)= l ’m (I’m your friend) =m Fingerspill letter and twist off left palm to palm up
Not contracted form - n’t: wasn’t, isn’t, n’t utføres with one hand. Exception: can’t – has its own sign CANNOT
Fingerspell small words: if, of, at, as, so, for example = e+g Fingerspell affixes and suffixes: sunny = SUN + y, heavier = HEAVY + ER, unhappy = U+N+HAPPY
Connectives And Sign similar to «you», but with palm up. Twist wrist anticlockwise,ending palm down.
We must have instant recognition of small, high frequency words Games: Quick!! Fly swatting Lightening flash cards My Reading TV Fishing Game, bingo, memory etc ICT games can be useful in drill exercises. Motivating, repetisjon, instant feedback. It is questionable whether they help in language development if conversation with others is not part of the exercise, during the game and afterwards. Can lead to guessing, not thinking
These words make up 1/3 of all text. Most have their own SE sign the of (fingerspell) and a to (fingerspell) in is you that it he was for on are as (fingerspell) with his they I at (fingerspell) be (Letter B) this have from or Alle er ikke lydrette og må læres!!!