Yes, I am enjoying this lesson. Greater refresher for me and I am
sure will help a lot of the newbies too.
On 22/02/2011 3:03 PM, Rebecca L. Moreton wrote:
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type="cite">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!
On Feb 22, 2011, at 2:51 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
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!
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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