I followed your invitation to read this wonderful, wonderful "Aéroport"
story - wow - soooo much fun - and it feels almost like sitting in the plane
- next to the pilot - the clouds, the heavy rain, the sun, the horizon
taking off and landing - and congrats the way you wrote this great opus!!
I am so impressed!
Just one additional question - perhaps you want to write the left hand for
airport in a different way?? Smile -
Take care and keep on with the great work
Von: SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von Gagnon et Thibeault
Gesendet: Samstag, 4. September 2010 02:35
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Betreff: Re: Quebec SignPuddle Lessons Icon & Encylcopedia Icon posted
Hi Val and everyone,
Thank you very much for adding and installing new lesson and
I will teach a course called Literacy and Deafness: the development of
reading to hearning (not Deaf) students at the University of Ottawa (not in
Quebec but in Ontario, Canada). They will learn some SW lessons from Quebec
If you would like to read the history of the airplane, click on the
Quebec flag and on literature SignPuddle (not dictionary SignPuddle) and
find "Aéroport". I hope you will enjoy reading a LSQ story. Deaf kids
loved reading it and learned LSQ classifiers in 2007.
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Subject: Quebec SignPuddle Lessons Icon & Encylcopedia Icon posted
September 3, 2010
Hello Andre and SignWriters in Quebec!
If you go to:
SignPuddle for Quebec
You will now find two new icons. One for Lessons in French, and one for a
future Quebec Sign Language Encyclopedia (smile)...
The file is empty waiting for your students to start writing articles about
history and other subjects, in Quebec Sign Language...smile...
When an article is ready, tell us, and we can transfer the article to our
new SignWriting Wiki, which will someday be a Wikipedia in Sign Languages
So I hope your Deaf students enjoy their new Lessons icon, Andre...it is
> On Sep 2, 2010, at 4:23 PM, Gagnon et Thibeault wrote:
> There are six different icons from Quebec SignPuddle: blind dictionary,
> sighted dictionary, blind literature, sighted literature, puddle manual,
> and puddle video. I would need to add a lesson icon from Quebec
> SignPuddle because students will learn a SW lesson. For example, there
> are six different icons from US SignPuddle: dictionary, literature,
> encyclopedia, lesson, puddle manual and puddle video. I request you that
> you kindly add and install a (French) lesson icon from Quebec SignPuddle.
> Kind regards, André