Val - go and rest!
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Fri Jan 19 11:45:51 UTC 2007
- Kim from Boston
On 1/18/07, Shane Gilchrist O hEorpa <shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at gmail.com> wrote:
> it is important for you to rest and recover from that nasty fever.
> we will pray that you will get better very fast and that you will be
> back with us very soon.
> Shane x
> On 17/01/07, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at mac.com> wrote:
> > SignWriting List
> > January 17, 2007
> > I am ill in bed with a fever, everyone. And I cannot work...I am so
> > sorry ....I am going to a group of doctors today, and I do not plan
> > to work for at least a week...
> > In that message I was trying to explain that I couldn't continue at
> > the work pace I had set for myself...Kim seemed to understand
> > it...but I guess I didn't explain myself well for others. Nor did I
> > understand that I was really that ill...So there have been a lot of
> > misunderstandings as to what I was trying to tell you...I do not have
> > the next lesson even developed...I had hoped to develop it while I
> > was giving the students feedback....then I became ill and things got
> > overwhelming for me...so as soon as the fever goes down and I can
> > work again I will try to work on that...No promises as to when.
> > I am glad no one paid me to teach this course, or I would have to
> > return your money...and just the administration of that would have
> > been overwhelming too!
> > I will write to Juliette privately about schools using
> > SignWriting...I hope someone else will write Juliette too?
> > july.tigre at free.fr
> > After that, I am turning off my computer...Have a wonderful week
> > everyone!
> > And I hope you continue to write to each other here on the
> > List...thanks to Stefan, you will have a PDF document with photos and
> > contact information...plus please use the SignWriting List as an
> > excellent forum to write handwriting to each other! The List is here
> > for you to use with or without me...
> > And best of luck with teaching SignWriting, Cherie, to your
> > students...I look forward to hearing more about that later!
> > Val ;-)
> > On Jan 17, 2007, at 3:30 AM, Cherie Wren wrote:
> > > I agree 100%! detailed diagnostic feedback to each student would be
> > > over and above what is required. Perhaps at most a general "grade"
> > > and a short "focus on how you draw the handshapes" type feedback.
> > > But detailed feedback without any more lessons teaches a lot less,
> > > I feel, than the other way around. Just my feeling...
> > >
> > > cherie
> > >
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