[sw-l] index finger movement left right

Stefan Wöhrmann stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE
Fri Feb 18 16:40:32 UTC 2005

Hi Valerie and all, 


following your email lessons  I explained to my students and colleagues at
school the discussion about close – open – close  and 

clos – close  at the knuckle joint


Now one student showed up with a new spelling problem and I promised to ask
you for your comment ;-) 


We know to use the hinge-movements with these small arrowheads – 


but what if it is a movement not up and down – or  close and open but side –
to side – 


We know about the special symbol for both fingers – moving like a pair of
scissors ... 


But if only the index moves right – left  - right – like in a friendly (I am
sorry, no – it is not .... kind of that) 


(Look at the attachment please)


Would you prefer these small arrowheads  pointing to the left or right – or
would you prefer fingermovement –arrows  like in sequencial –movements at
the end? 


I am looking forward to your answer! 

Thank you very much for your kind support.


Stefan ;-) 

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