[sw-l] Back in action!
Anne-Claude Prélaz Girod
girodmarc at VTX.CH
Thu Jan 13 22:20:53 UTC 2005
I'm actually working with the group of deaf teachers of one of the
french speaking part of Switzerland's school for the deaf... on...how
to teach sign language... and it's true that there's not much existing
But ...there is a document called "le premier outil pédagogique pour
la langue des signes" which was on the web on
and then click on the pdf document for "langue des signes"
Hope it can help... even though (if I remember well...) you don't speak
You should ask someone to translate it for you.. it's a valuable
tool!!! and it's the only one I know about!
Le 13 janv. 05, à 21:24, Kasterlinden Bilinguaal a écrit :
> Hello list,
> holliday is over, back to work! ;) Hope you all had a good newyear.
> I have a question for the teachers who are on this list. I see that
> SignWriting is being used in many country's now, and I'm very happy
> about that. I'm wondering if you could help me out. I'm looking for
> information on sign language didactics. Do any of you have a
> curriculum on teaching sign language or to use SignWriting? Because
> there is no such thing in Belgium. :s
> So any information would be great!
> Thank you!
> Greetings Kathleen
> Koop geen kat in een zak. Probeer alles 14 dagen bij jou thuis.
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