The Five C's Followed In Ms.Trammell's Classroom
A. Engage in a variety of signed exchanges of learned material to socialize and to provide and obtain
B. Demonstrate understanding of simple, clearly signed language such as simple stories,
high-frequency commands, and brief instructions when dealing with familiar
C. Present information using familiar words, phrases, and sentences to others; and
D. Demonstrates awareness for ASL grammar, vocabulary, and phonology/cherology.
A. Demonstrates and understanding of the practices (what people do) and how they are related to the perspectives (how people perceive things) of the cultures studied; and
B. Demonstrate and understanding of the products (what people create) and how they are related to
the perspectives (how people perceive things) of the cultures studied.
A. Use resources (that may include technology) In the language and cultures being studied to gain access to
B. Use the language to obtain reinforce, of expand knowledge of other subject
A. Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the student’s own
language and ASL;
B. Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of student’s own
culture and the American Deaf culture; and
C. Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of one language and culture on another.
A.Use language both within and beyond the school setting though activities such as participating in
culture events using technology to communicate; and
B. Show evidence of becoming a lifelong learner by using the language for personal enrichment and