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Aw, having met the students I can picture the smiles vividly :)

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:28 PM, Stefan Wöhrmann <
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>  Hi Valerie, Erika and friends, ****
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> Today we played around with three language documents: DGS – spoken German
> – spoken English – and compared this with ASL – spoken German – spoken
> English  - wow this is so much fun to see the smiles in the faces – ****
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> It has become so easy to create wonderful worksheets and teaching
> material. And the deaf kids take so much advantage from this idea of
> bilingual ( ha: trilingual)  documents. ;-) ****
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> http://www.delegs.com/delegseditor/****
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> I made a screenshot to illustrate what I am talking about.****
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> You may imagine the smiles on the faces... ****
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> But of course you know – it is the same all over the world once you offer
> signwriting to deaf children  ;-)) ****
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> Regards****
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> Stefan ****
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Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Oberlin College