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Yes, Val, keep it up! Everybody has to learn the symbols and parts of  
symbols, so as to know what gestures are being written. This ought to  
work for everybody; it is a little like
learning a very large alphabet, or like learning the various parts of  
Chinese characters. Now maybe I can learn ASL through learning the  
significance of many symbols; I will
learn the word-order of ASL sentences by observing the order of the  
symbols. Great!

Becky Moreton


On Feb 22, 2011, at 2:51 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:

> SignWriting List
> February 22, 2011
>
> On Feb 22, 2011, at 10:30 AM, Pel Tini wrote:
>> This lesson below is a Fantastic idea. I have been approaching my  
>> students that way too. We had a mixture of accents, what ever we  
>> signed we wrote down and made guessing games out of it. Real  
>> fun !!!! Gramar?????????? hmmmmm It did not matter as long as they  
>> could write and read.
>
> This is wonderful Tini!
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> Here is the first part of the Lesson...Tell me, List members ...  
> Does this kind of lesson help? Do you want me to continue?
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