Unit 6 ASL Storytelling

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Unit 6
ASL Storytelling
Components
Beginning
Middle
End
How to open, begin
• Once upon a time…. (frozen format)
• Long, long, ago….
• In the past….
• True story (really happened)
• Not my story (maybe “dirty” rated XXX)
• I remember, growing up….
• Looking back….
• ME-TELL-TO-YOU STORY
• Show opening of camera lens
Middle
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Chronological sequence
Narrator
Characters (names/name signs)
Setting
Plot
Other (props, etc.)
How to end
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Hold the last sign
Morale of story
Show closing of camera lens
Stick the end
ASL Linguistic
Structures
Examples
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Non-manuals
Facial expressions
Role shift (character changes)
Classifiers
Pausing
Clear finger spelling
Eye-contact with audience
Role Shift
Eye Gaze
Narrator Role
• Eyes straight ahead-audience/camera
Examples:
I-tell-you story
Long time ago
Not my story
Older/Taller Character
• Eyes gaze down.
Examples:
Mom to son: your bedroom, go clean
Father to dog: treat, I-give-you later
Younger/Shorter Character
• Eye gaze up.
Examples:
Child to mom: no don’t-want
Man proposing knee: will you marry me
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