Viewing Time: 9 minutes
1. Unpacking Propositions
2. Article Reflection
3. Immediate Repetition Activity
4. Lexical Substitution Notebook Activity
After watching the teaching video on Unpacking Propositions, unpack each of these 4 concepts:
1. Breaking Eggs
2. Peeling Potatoes
3. Making a Peanut Butter Sandwich
4. Calling mom
1) Consider all the relevant ideas contained in each concepts and make a list of your own ideas for each items on the list.
2) Participate in GoReact group activity!
List one or two ideas for each of the 4 concepts then as your peers post, build off their ideas to complete the possibilities for each concept.
After reading the article Authenticity: The Impact of a Sign Language Interpreter's Choices by Stephanie Feyne, reflect on the questions below and respond in GoReact.
Consider what you've learned about lexical substitution and schema.
1) Why is it important to include these drills in your deliberate practice?
2) What challenges have you faced when unpacking vocabulary and schema for the videos we've watched so far?
3) What successes have you had?
4) How will these practices prepare you for various interpreting assignments in the future?
1) Record your response video in spoken English.
2) Plan and rehearse your final response before recording.
3) Your response should be well thought out and incorporate information about Gile's gravitational model of language availability.
4) Keep responses between 3 and 5 minutes in length.
"How to Tie a Tie" [IR Activity]
After completing your Immediate Repetition practice, type your response to the questions below in the comments section.
1) Is your spoken English understandable?
2) Does your recording match the speaker's message?
3) Do your intonation patterns match those of the speaker?
4) Was this exercise more challenging than the first? If so, why?
Add to your Lexical Substitution notebook.
Consider what these words mean in English - and what they mean when you see them signed. Come up with substitutions for each word in your notebook.