Detailed Writing: Heel of Hand

CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US
Wed Dec 13 12:17:32 UTC 2006

If you go to  and look along the top for the 
button that says "Lessons" you will find lots of good information.  Under 
#1 is the complete textbook, that you can download in pdf.  I printed one 
out and had it bound, because there are some things I look up frequently 
(axial movements make me crazy!).  I would recommend reading that first, 
then going to the e-lessons, which is #2

Cherie Wren
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Re: [sw-l] Detailed Writing: Heel of Hand

Hello You all! I'm "new" in learning SignWriting and I'd like to know if 
theres a book explaining everything to me in a easier way, cause looking 
to the site I don't where to begin.

2006/12/12, Shane Gilchrist O hEorpa <shane.gilchrist.oheorpa at>: 

i agree with ye on this - the use of 'heel of hand' is a great idea -
less confusing than the usual one. 

As Val once said, SW is still evolving.


On 06/12/06, Adam Frost <adam at> wrote:
> Yeah, it makes it a lot nice. So now here's a question: is there 
> another view for the other handshapes (ie the square, circle, hinge,
> etc) like the flat hand and heel of the hand.
> Adam
> On 12/5/06, Valerie Sutton < signwriting at> wrote:
> > SignWriting List
> > December 5, 2006
> >
> > On Dec 5, 2006, at 7:23 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
> > > Well, that is because I never had anyone tell me what it was. Now 
> > > I know what it is. I find it a lot easier to read.
> > > Adam
> >
> >
> > It works for me too...
> >
> > Here is the sign for TABLE that is describing the flat surface... 
> >
> >
> >

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