[sw-l] some news from Poland
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Thu Feb 17 19:00:03 UTC 2005
February 17, 2005
This is wonderful news from Poland, Lucyna! Thanks for reporting to
us...I am really impressed! Perhaps I should create a little web page
on our SignWritng web site about SignWriting in Poland?...Would you
like that? I will be happy to do that later this year, if you
Lucyna Dlugolecka from Poland wrote:
> Yesterday I gave a paper on the Deaf culture, languages and social
> position around the world. I was speaking in Polish and it was
> extremely hard for me, despite I managed it somehow :-). I do speak
> very rarely, so I wanted to make the most of this opportunity to speak
> and... afterwards I was dead beat, and I had still to give PJM classes
> to my uni students, right after a 15-minute break that follwed the
> one-hour long paper...
> Well, I asked my students if they would like to learn SW and they
> agreed. So, from the next week on I will start teaching SW to them. We
> will be taking small SW steps within PJM classes.
> A paper on SW will be given in a week by Romulad Szurik, a deaf
> student from the University of Warsaw.
> I was told about another student from the city of Olsztyn who is very
> interested in SW and I'll try to get in touch with him and encourage
> him to join this List and/or to co-build the SW dictionary for PJM.
> I am glad to see that the idea of PJM spreads also in my country :-).
> GG 3618151 SMS +48505273292
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