January 13, 2011
Welcome to the SignWriting List. I am happy to see your messages.
Perhaps you can tell the List members about your project in Portugal? I was very happy to read about your work with SignWriting in Portuguese Sign Language...
So introduce yourself...smile...
I look forward to working with you to assist you with your dissertation and to develop SignWriting materials for Portugal -
On Jan 13, 2011, at 6:34 AM, Rafaela Silva wrote:
> Hi Stefan.
> I have the same interests as you. Did you get some information?
> Rafa :)
> On Mon, 10 Jan 2011 23:39:13 +0100, Stefan Wöhrmann
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi Charles,
>> it is me again - smile. Well your first message made me think as if it
>> should be easy for you to give some kind of direct link to such a study. I
>> do not have the time and energy to search for this kind of study . On the
>> other hand I do not want o put any burdon on you in case it would be the
>> same time consuming job. Of course not. Well � is it possible to proof that
>> SignWriting makes the difference if it comes down to improving Spoken
>> Language skills? Complicated problems and questions have to be answered
>> within this context. I would be very interested to look at the details of
>> these kind of studies. You know that I am teaching deaf students and we use
>> Signwriting 5 days the week.
>> I am interested to find out whether there are really studies that �work�
>> with competent deaf SignWriting students. What you need to proof that is a
>> really large SW-dictionary � not just maybe 2000 entries. You need documents
>> of many pages � not just a list of 100 vocabularies or something like that.
>> Well � I got interested because of your message which indicated to me that
>> you have knowledge of specific research about this.
>> Stefan ;-)
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