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Signing Words

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This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you have spelled. Make sure you do a word that is bigger then 5 letters so you can learn some of the letters.

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Submissions So Far

Sign Language

My last assignment for the week was to sign a word so that someone out there can guess what I am saying! I will give you a hint that it pertains to our class.

To make this I opened photobooth on my mac and then recorded myself signing the word. …

Week 9 pt. 2: Signing/Fingerspelling

I’m most definitely at the beginning stages of sign language. This pays a quick homage to the people I hope to continue learning with.

Link to Assignment: http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/signing-words/

Stars: 4.5

Process: I recorded myself fingerspelling “Talk to the Hands” (The ASL club here at UMW) using an iPhone SE.

Fingerspelling

Sign Language

For this assignment, my mission was to spell a word in sign language. I came up with a word immediately, but I realized that there was actually one sign for the specific word, rather than spelling it out. This word is one of the few words I know in …

Trying to Spell: The Eternal Struggle

For the assignment “Signing Words” (rated 4 1/2 stars, I rated it 3), I tried to spell a word in American Sign Language. I have never signed anything in my life other than “Jesus” and “barf” (don’t ask). I had a few outtakes, mostly of misspelling the word I chose. …

My sign is a Cancer. Oh you meant sign as in language? OK.

Signing Words was a pretty straightforward assignment. I myself tried so desperately to learn how to sign these words but when it took me 45 minutes just to remember the first two (and shortest) words I reached out to my sister. My sister likes to learn languages for fun, and …

Guess the Word

This week’s assignment from the Assignment Bank was to create a video of someone signing (finger spelling) a word for others to guess. I thought it would be interesting to see if anyone could figure out the word I chose to spell.

To create this video, I used an iPhone …

My first video asSIGNment

For this video assignment the task was to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you have spelled.  I chose this assignment for a couple of different reasons.  The first being that …

….but I don’t even know sign language

I have always wanted to learn sign language. At one point in life I was even trying to teach myself. The only sign I’ve managed to remember is the sign for bullish**… go figure haha. When I came across this video assignment I automatically knew I would give it a …

Signing Names

I completed the four and a half star assignment Signing Words.

Using my iPhone I filmed my hand using american sign language to spell out some words. I chose to spell out the name of my character.

Admittedly, the only language I’ve expressed using a single hand has been …

Video Assignment – Signing Words

For this assignment, you have to use sign language to spell out a word or words. I wanted to connect this to my character, Luke Nelson, so I spelled out his name! I had never done sign language before, so it was actually quite difficult for me, even when I …

Assignment #3

The third assignment I chose to do was called Signing Words worth four and half stars. The assignment directions say to pick a word and take a video of yourself signing it. I had fun creating this assignment because I got to relearn the sign language alphabet, which I had …

Signing Language: Spring and Rain

Signing Language: This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you have spelled. Make sure you do a word that is bigger then 5 letters so you can …

sign language!!!

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This is my sign language assignment worth 4.5 stars. Again you may have to download the file to view because it would not allow me to embed.…

Guess The Word!

I found this assignment to be pretty cool, especially after participating in this years Lip Sync event (and no, it’s not the lip sync assignment!) For all that didn’t attend, the winners of the competition were the sign language group! I personally know no sign language, so I thought this …

“”Red Reaper Appeals to All Audiences””

For this next video assignment, I chose to do the “Signing Words” project worth 5 stars. The Red Reaper has been very gracious today and lent me his assistance. He messed up a little bit but I don’t think it was too bad for a first attempt!

I …

Decode that Phrase

Signing Words
Thank you goes out to my trusty assistant for allowing me to video her signing. We went online to find a sign language tutorial and put together a phrase, which is related to my host character, La Noir. The video was uploaded using Movie Maker and edited. The …

Signing Words

For one of my first video assignments for Weeks 10 & 11, I completed Signing Words for 4.5 stars.

{This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you …

Sign Away, Sally!

For 4.5 stars this week, I completed the Signing Words assignment, where you must spell out a word using American Sign Language.  Since this was ASL related, I took out the audio, and added captions, so viewers can see what I’m signing.  For this assignment, I decided to sign my …

Do This Every Day

For the Signing Words assignment, we had to make a video of ourselves creating a word in sign language.  This is what I made:

We’re supposed to let the viewer guess the word we make.  I chose a word that’s a very important thing to do every day, every hour, …

Guess That Word (Signing Words Assignment)

For my second video assignment of the week, I chose to do the Signing Words assignment. It’s a four-star assignment, bringing my total for the week to eight stars. Here are the directions:

This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a …

Signing Words

http://cmoton.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/My-Movie.mp4

This 4 star assignment required us to take a video of ourselves finger spelling a word that was bigger than 5 letters. I chose a short phrase that shouldn’t be too hard to figure out.

My thinking behind the assignment was that I’ve never done anything that involved using …

Video Assignment 2

I signed the word I think I have said the most in the past couple of days.

Sign Language

This is a video assignment and its worth 4 stars. For this assignment we had to create a word that was a least four letters using only sign language. I had decided on more than one word and once you figure it I hope you can comment your idea of …

Sign Language

For this video assignment I had to spell out a word or phrase in American Sign Language so the viewers can guess it. I decided to relate it to our class by spelling out the name of a character from American Horror Story: Asylum since that is what my blog …

Guess that Fingerspelling!

For the Signing Words assignment (4 stars), we had to fingerspell a word that was long enough for the viewers to guess. I was really excited to see this assignment. I took two years of ASL when I was in high school, and I absolutely loved it. The language is …

Generously Signing

Signing Words- 4 Stars

Assignment Prompt:

This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you have spelled. Make sure you do a word that is bigger then 5 …

Signing Words

 

Another video that I decided to create for this week is Signing Words which is worth 3.5 stars.  I choose this assignment because I think that it is important for us to understand at least the basic of sign communication and to raise awareness about the difficulties that deaf …

Video Assignments: Signing Words

“This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase in Sign Language alphabet and let others guess what you have spelled. Make sure you do a word that is bigger then 5 letters so you can learn some …

ASL Alphabet “Can you guess what I love?” – DS106 Video

For the “Signing Words” assignment, I was asked to create a video signing a word or phrase to see if you can guess what it is I am saying using the American Sign Language Alphabet. My video is below:

Can you guess it? Use the sign language alphabet

Created Assignment: Signing Words

This assignment requires you to take a video of yourself or someone else and finger spell a word or a phrase using American Sign Language (ASL). First, you need to learn how to finger spell the word in sign language.

Click on the picture if you want to learn more.…

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Tutorials So Far

How to make your own sign language video

I’ve used iMovie in the past, maybe about 4 years ago. When I opened the application it was as if I’ve never used it… I was completely lost. After a few hours of playing around with it I finally semi figured it out. Here’s how I did it… Hopefully this …