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Introducing classifiers can be a difficult task for teachers and students alike. Classifiers are often difficult for teachers because we have been using them our entire lives or we learned them years ago. Instinctivelywe use them. For students, they cause confusion because there is nothingin theirfirst language to connect understanding too.
When teaching, start with modeling way before you begin formally introducing classifiers. Students can easily catch on to classifiers and understand them in context even if they dont have a full understanding of the rules that apply to them. You can incorporate classifiers in commands like, Sit down! Circle up. or even Sit across from your partner. When talking about steps to a project, use classifiers to demonstrate. For example, Fold your paper, cut, and place it on top of your desk.
Images and other manipulatives work well when introducing classifiers. Show an object, use the sign, and then show the classifier handshape used. Show real images and ask students what handshapecould represent this object. It is importantfor novice signers to understand that one classifier handshape does not only connect to one specific sign. Students need to understandthat classifiers show many differentthings using the same handshape. Show groups of objects that the same classifier handshape could represent. Create a sorting game that allows students to visually see this.
Check students understanding by showing them images and see if they can tell you the accurate classifier handshape for the object. For a quick and easy check, create a table with the vocabulary word in one column and a blank classifier handshape column. See if students can complete this task correctly. Here is an example of a worksheet you can use.
Dont think of classifiers as too difficult or as an upper-level skill. Classifiers are used in everyday conversations. They help to create imagery and vivid language. Help your students see the importance of them, learn how to use them accurately and allow them time to practice and make mistakes so you can provide feedback. Use classifiers in each and every unit you teach.