Nicaraguan school needs volunteer-teachers....
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed May 26 15:01:23 UTC 2004
May 26, 2004
Dear SW List and James!
Thanks for telling us that SignWriting is helping your Deaf students
learn Spanish. That is good news. I only wish the Managua School for
the Deaf would follow your lead!
And everyone...read below...James started two schools for the Deaf in
Nicaragua, and they need a volunteer teacher for this summer...Anyone
interested? Please write to the List, or write directly to James, to
discuss traveling to Nicaragua to help:
James Shepard Kegl
Nicaraguan Sign Language Projects
kegl at maine.rr.com
I wish you all the luck in finding teachers....
James Shepard-Kegl, Esq. wrote:
> The Deaf students are learning a good deal of Spanish -- much more
> their Deaf peers in the Managua schools for Deaf, so far as I can
> tell. The
> SignWriting is no less than invaluable -- it is integral to our entire
> We have a volunteer scheduled to begin in January (although one never
> so for those of you who might be interested in coming to Bluefields
> summer (for several months, please), now is the time to contact me.
> What a
> difference an on site qualified volunteer would make!
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