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SW-L  February 2011

SW-L February 2011

Subject:

AW: New to SignWriting

From:

Stefan Wöhrmann <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages

Date:

Sun, 13 Feb 2011 09:50:53 +0100

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Hello Paul, 

yes there is! Just enter the classroom - introduce yourself and ask your
first question!

From my perspective there are so many different ways to learn to read and
write SignWriting. The best way - the Kingsway - is only known to the
learner himself. 
Some people would like to learn something about the background of
SignWriting, some are interested to learn more about the inventor "Valerie
Sutton", some would like to study books and documents, some would love to
learn the systematic of the many thousand graphemes, ... and some others
just would love to start to read and write : ABC, numbers, well known signs
... It depends very much on your background and interest.  There are tons of
online-materials available for free!
If you keep in mind to use what you already know there is a fast way to dive
into this wonderful notatio