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ASL-English Bilingual-Bicultural Season Cards

Children, students, and ASL learners of all ages can appreciate the seasons with these cards.These cards demonstrate spoken ASL signs for seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall with accompanying English text at the bottom. The artwork was done by our Deaf artist, Tamara Davidson.
 
There are two options for you to purchase:  prints or digital files. 
 
For prints:  There are four 6″ x 7″ glossy and sturdy cards showing signs for each season–winter, spring, summer, and fall. In addition, there are two 8″ x 8″ glossy and sturdy cards exhibiting signs and fingerspelling for the word season. These cards are designed to be inserted in appropriate slots or stand up on its own. These cards will make an excellent addition to any home, office, or classroom and can be used either as cards or posters.

For digital files:  These digital files can be downloaded directly into your computer and be incorporated in your presentation slides, flyers, or handouts.  The size of these digital files are 1800px by 2100px and are high resolution at 300 dpi.

The season cards can only be purchased as a whole package in a zipped format. 

Created by Adonia K. Smith
Illustrated by Tamara Davidson 

 

 

Teacher’s Guide Notes

Each teacher’s guide note provides the teacher with in-depth details/information about the content from the slides and HYES DVD/book.  This is to help gain teacher’s confidence in teaching the material within the guide notes. 

  • Every guide note starts with a short paragraph of introduction
  • Each guide comes with in-depth information and details which corresponds to the content shown in the PowerPoint presentation
  • Several Reflective Questions with sample answers (there are no required right or wrong answers) to give teachers an opportunity to help their students learn the material during the class period
  • Classroom Activities with detailed instructions
  • Several Assignments for students to complete (they can be used for homework)
  • Each Assignment will have a rubric (or several rubrics) for the teacher to use in evaluating and grading
  • Several Assessment Questions with sample answers, to give teachers an opportunity to check their students’ progress at the end of the class
  • One Critical Thinking section, with accompanying questions
  • Complete Reference list to get more information as needed

Powerpoint Presentation

  • Key points to support the content
  • In-depth content about the featured handshape and related subject matter
  • Colorful artwork and authentic pictures related to the topic
  • Artwork done by Deaf artists such as Tami Davidson, Matt Diagle, Shawn Richardson, David Ennis, Jerry Cooper, Betty Miller and many others
  • Video clips to support the topic
  • Website links provided for students or teachers to use during class
  • Reflective questions that guide students to wrap up and think reflectively about what was taught
  • Fun, hand-on classroom activities
  • Several assignments the teacher can choose from
  • Assessments for teacher to check students’ learning progress
  • Scenarios are provided for the students to analyze and answer some critical thinking-related questions
  • Verified references and formatted in APA style

Student Notes

Each student note is intended to provide the student with a sense of what they are going to learn from the contents within the slides and HYES DVD/book. Additional information about student notes is listed below:

  • Each student note comes with selected information about the content in the PowerPoint presentation
  • Student notes will give the students a chance to review what they have learned
  • Student notes will help reinforce their learning process from or during the class
  • Student notes will help reduce the students’ tension/stress when writing all that rich, detail-filled information in their notes
  • Student notes can be useful as a guide for their examinations (Study guides are already provided for examinations as well)

A set of 44 PowerPoint presentations (PPs)

Each PowerPoint presentation contains:

  • Key points to support the content
  • In-depth content about the featured handshape and related subject matter
  • Colorful artwork and authentic pictures related to the topic
  • Artwork done by Deaf artists such as Tami Davidson, Matt Diagle, Shawn Richardson, David Ennis, Jerry Cooper, Betty Miller and many others
  • Video clips to support the topic
  • Website links provided for students or teachers to use during class
  • Reflective questions that guide students to wrap up and think reflectively about what was taught
  • Fun, hand-on classroom activities
  • Several assignments the teacher can choose from
  • Assessments for teacher to check students’ learning progress
  • Scenarios are provided for the students to analyze and answer some critical thinking-related questions
  • Verified references and formatted in APA style

Each Powerpoint presentation has the range of slides from 25 to 45.

All PowerPoint presentations are organized by handshapes used in HYES.  There are 44 handshapes in HYES.  Each PowerPoint presentation files are categorized by page number groupings in the HYES DVD/book.

For example: 

PowerPoint #21
HYES Pages 30-31
Topics covered in this PowerPoint presentation: 
History of ASD
Laurent Clerc
T.H. Gallaudet
Deaf Studies

Each PowerPoint presentation has a copyrighted ASL Rose logo in the bottom corner and is usually in the very last slide or a slide before it.

A set of 44 teacher’s guide notes (GNs)

Each teacher’s guide note provides the teacher with in-depth details/information about the content from the slides and HYES DVD/book.  This is to help gain teacher’s confidence in teaching the material within the guide notes. 

  • Every guide note starts with a short paragraph of introduction
  • Each guide comes with in-depth information and details which corresponds to the content shown in the PowerPoint presentation
  • Several Reflective Questions with sample answers (there are no required right or wrong answers) to give teachers an opportunity to help their students learn the material during the class period
  • Classroom Activities with detailed instructions
  • Several Assignments for students to complete (they can be used for homework)
  • Each Assignment will have a rubric (or several rubrics) for the teacher to use in evaluating and grading
  • Several Assessment Questions with sample answers, to give teachers an opportunity to check their students’ progress at the end of the class
  • One Critical Thinking section, with accompanying questions
  • Complete Reference list to get more information as needed

Each teacher’s guide note will cover a range of 15 to 25 pages from the HYES DVD/book. 

A set of 44 student notes (SNs)

Each student note is intended to provide the student with a sense of what they are going to learn from the contents within the slides and HYES DVD/book. Additional information about student notes is listed below:

  • Each student note comes with selected information about the content in the PowerPoint presentation
  • Student notes will give the students a chance to review what they have learned
  • Student notes will help reinforce their learning process from or during the class
  • Student notes will help reduce the students’ tension/stress when writing all that rich, detail-filled information in their notes
  • Student notes can be useful as a guide for their examinations (Study guides are already provided for examinations as well)

Examinations

Examinations are divided into two exams: midterm and final.

  • 4 sets of midterm
  • 4 sets of final exam
  • Master Key to each examination
  • Study Guide for midterms
  • Study Guide for final exams

The midterm is based on the first 33 pages.  The final exam is based on the last 34 pages. 

The format of examinations is:

  1. 5 Terms/Matching Definitions
  2. 22 Multiple Choices with 4 possible answers
  3. 5 True/False Statements
  4. 10 Deaf People/Their Accomplishments
  5. 3 Persons/Their Matching Quotations

Each examination contains 45 items.

Some items have pictures.

The sets of examinations are categorized by level, from easy to hard. 

Set A= easy

Set B= moderate

Set C= more difficult

Set D= hardest/most difficult

Pre- and Post- Knowledge Surveys

There are two knowledge surveys.

  • Pre-Knowledge Survey
  • Post-Knowledge Survey

Pre-Knowledge Survey

  • Demographic Information
    • 5 questions
  • Class Expectations
    • 4 questions
  • Content Information
    • 25 Multiple Choice with 4 answers to test the participants’ (or students) knowledge before introducing to the HYES work

Post-Knowledge Survey

  • Content Information
    • 25 Multiple Choice with 4 answers to compare their knowledge from pre-knowledge survey with after completing the HYES work
  • Evaluation
    • 4 questions
    • Scale from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest) to rate HYES
      • Usefulness
      • Appropriateness
      • Quality of Information
      • Enjoyment

Rubrics

There are 24 rubrics and 3 guidelines, for either ASL or English (depending on the assignment).

  • Booklet rubric chart
  • Class project & group participation rubric chart
  • Comparison rubric chart
  • Comparison video rubric chart
  • Comparison paper rubric chart
  • Creativity & originality video rubric chart
  • Critical thinking video rubric chart
  • Critical thinking paper rubric chart
  • Critique paper rubric chart
  • Guest speaker video rubric chart
  • Guest speaker paper rubric chart
  • Guideline for Guest speaker report
  • Identification rubric chart
  • Paper guideline
  • Participation rubric chart
  • Persuasive letter rubric chart
  • PowerPoint presentation rubric chart
  • Reaction video rubric chart
  • Reaction paper rubric chart
  • Reflection video rubric chart
  • Reflection paper rubric chart
  • Research video rubric chart
  • Research paper rubric chart
  • Summary video rubric chart
  • Summary paper rubric chart
  • Survey & Data Collection rubric chart
  • Video guideline

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