Students who use spoken English see the word "get" and say "get". Students who are deaf and use sign language have to determine if someone is physically getting something (Get your coat.), if someone is becoming something different (Don't get dirty!), or if someone is arriving (What time did you get home?). After they determine the meaning, then they can sign the sentence appropriately.
I've been using the Fairview Adapted Dolch list developed at the Mississippi School for the Deaf for years. I've found, however, that I needed a different way to document the students' progress.
This checklist is based off their program, but here in NC, we sign a few things a little differently. I've made a few changes relative to our regional signs. This document should be fully editable so that if anyone else needs to make changes, they can easily do that! Thanks!