[sw-l] Back in action!
Shane Gilchrist Ó hEorpa
shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at FRANCISMAGINN.ORG
Sun Jan 16 05:14:35 UTC 2005
have a look at this:
I know its in BSL - but u can use it as an example to work on?
On 14 Jan 2005, at 18:24, Kasterlinden Bilinguaal wrote:
> Hello list,
> I think what Shane said could be really usefull! But!!! Who will do
> this? I'm sorry to say that next to my work at school, work at the
> deaf club and sporting activities I have next to no time to spare...
> How do you propose we start this off? And how will it be developed?
> I'm not saying I don't want to. Maybe we can create a space somewhere
> on a website or on the internet (it's big enough ;) to gather
> information so we can help each other out! Sometimes when my day is
> done and I get home. I really wonder if what I did in my classroom
> that day was correct!? That's not really the point.
> I guess like all teacher I just need some feedback. We have asked the
> 'Gebarentaal centrum' Centre for sign language in Flanders to start a
> project to make a curriculum for VGT. But we need money :s And if the
> project is finaly finnished, I will be 3 years older.
> Greetings Kathleen
> >From: "Shane Gilchrist Ó
> hEorpa"<shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at francismaginn.org>
> >Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
> >To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
> >Subject: Re: [sw-l] Back in action!
> >Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 16:31:49 +0000
> >At the moment, we are sending a request to the Department of
> >Education for Northern Ireland to get the funding to start a Dual
> >Language Immersion (integrated) primary school where children, deaf
> >and non-deaf, will be taught through NISL and English (ISL and
> >English if in the Western Area of NI) - so I am very glad Kathleen
> >have raised the point here - it is very important to know how our
> >national sign languages are being taught etc - most of us are so
> >used to teaching adults - or even kids as second languages - but to
> >teach our national sign language as the first language?
> >maybe some of us in Europe can set up a working group on sign
> >language curriculum (across Europe) and discuss what is needed what
> >is to be taught etc
> >what do you think, Kathleen?
> >On 13 Jan 2005, at 22:20, Anne-Claude Prélaz Girod wrote:
> >>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 about didactics...
> >>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 french
> >>You should ask someone to translate it for you.. it's a valuable
> >>tool!!! and it's the only one I know about!
> >>Yours truly
> >>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
> >>>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.
> Geef het leven van zieke en gehospitaliseerde kinderen terug kleur!
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