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Tutor profile: Kaitlyn G.

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Kaitlyn G.
M.S. CCC-SLP, Articulation/Speech/ASL Expert
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Subject: American Sign Language

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Question:

Let's review some signs we learned during our last lesson. First, show me what the sign is. Second, come up with an alternate meaning for that sign. Finally, try and explain to me why that sign is created in that way.

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Answer:

The sign for hungry has your hand in a c-shape moving down from your chin to your chest. This sign can also stand for the word wish if it is exaggerated down further...

Subject: English

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How can we edit and revise the following sentences? John wanted to meet mary at the Park John fownd Mary sitting by the tree. Cause she was tried.

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Answer:

John wanted to meet Mary at the park. John found Mary sitting by the treat because she was tired.

Subject: Communication

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1. Let's work on Pronouns! Mike has the ball. Mike is a boy. Who has the ball? 2. Let's work on Inferences! Mike got his test paper back. He is frowning. Why do you think he is frowning? 3. Let's work on Vocabulary! I sea my friend James. Does that make sense? What do I need to change about my sentence, and why?

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1. He has a ball. 2. People frown when they are upset. Mike started frowning after he looked at his test grade. Mike did not do well on his test. 3. We need to change the word "sea" to "see." Many words in English sound they same, but they have different spelling and different word meanings.

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