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Hi.  I'm a member of many bsl fb groups .I add sw details regularly to raise awareness that sign language can be written down. when comments are made saying that bsl cannot be part of the national curriculum because it cannot be written down I always post sw website .I want to see Sign language taught in schools with signwriting. 



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From: André L <[log in to unmask]> 
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Subject: Re: How can we reach more people with SignWriting? 
 
Hello,
I have a plan, here is an overview.
 
Prepare much resources in advance, then release one each 6 weeks:
Note Anki electronic flashcards and dictionnary are generated effortlessly with Sign Writer studio!
 
1-my new LSQ web site with links.
2-French translation of SignWriting textbook for Deaf and large public
3-Comparison guide between Québec University system of notation for linguists and interpreters and sigwriting 
4-Anki flashcards based on the Comparison guide
5-"how to guide" on studying signwriting LSQ with Anki
6-Flyer 1 page: how to read signwriting
7-PDF dictionnary French LSQ signwriting (problem: needs to review 5000 signpuddle entries)
8-Anki flashcards bassed on the dictionnary French LSQ signwriting
9-Presenting the material to college and universities
10-finish my activity guide for children (second try with elementary school)
11-a new lexique every six months in PDF, signpuddle and anki flashcard
12-a new dictionnary every 18 months
13-Support and troubleshooting for users in Québec
14-Workshops (hard to get people)
15-Booth in events and adds in Deaf news paper.
16-children exchange cards with jokes and trivia questions in signwriting (like hockey collectible cards)
 
Expected results:  
A) all Deafs know about the existance of SignWriting (make the news!)
B) some interpreters read about signwriting and use the dictionnary
C) pass from 2 active list members to 5.
 
We have a few people whom taugh signwriting or used it.  With this flow of resources, we may initiate a spyral of success.
 
Warning: the resources will come soon, but the effect may take a few years.  We are building for the future!
 
 
André Lemyre
 
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 09:38:56 -0800
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Subject: How can we reach more people with SignWriting?
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SignWriting List
December 17, 2014


On Dec 17, 2014, at 9:10 AM, André L <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hello Valerie,
your explanation about the ear touching the shoulder is fine.  I do not need a video.

 Thank you Adam, if Stokoe is not used by linguists, there is no point to make a document explaining how to pass from Stokoe notation to SignWriting.
My idea is to see how we may reach more people...
 
Andre Lemyre


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Hello André!
Thank you for brainstorming how to reach more people with SignWriting…

I am interested in what everyone has to say…

How can we reach more people?

Send us your ideas...

Val ;-)
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