ASL MacGyver presents a great critical thinking worksheet to help ASL students identifying which handshape to use for ASL pronoun and possession signs.
10 Questions with multiple choices (10 Questions x 10 points each = 100 total/value). This will clarify many of our ASL students' frustrations, you know what I am talking about and this is the main reasons why I created the solution to address the confusions.
**ASL Teachers**- adaptations tips: It can be adapted for pop quiz, class warm up exercise, a quick bellwork, homework, an extra credit assignment, a form of ASL assessment tool, class discussion, class discussion (use it as instructional/lecture supplementary on PowerPoint or whiteboard), and ASL game activity (the quickest and most accurate one wins the game).
It is highly recommended for ASL level 1 to learn the difference of these signs. It would make a great warm up class exercise or practice activity for ASL levels 2 and 3. Also it would make a great first language (L1) activity for deaf students because they like to be right!
Developed by Federico A. Quintana, M.Ed.
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