Writing Number 16 in ASL
sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG
Wed Aug 22 18:24:08 UTC 2007
Well, it is the 10 hand ... in concept ... but when I actually
produce the sign, the thumb of the 10 hand actually rests on the hand
instead of being fully extended. In other words, the formal way to
teach is 10+6, but in actual production (at least for me), the thumb
of the 10 hand is not fully extended. Does that make sense?
On 22 Aug 2007, at 13:16, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> On Aug 22, 2007, at 11:01 AM, Stuart Thiessen wrote:
>> I have added two alernative 16's to the ASL signpuddle. I tend to
>> do it with an "A" hand instead of the thumb fully extended plus I
>> noticed my palm tended to face the side rather than facing me.
>> What do you all think?
> Hi Stuart!
> Thanks for your input!
> Here are your two writings below... So you don't see it as a 10
> hand plus a 6 hand, to add up to 16? ;-))
> I always thought we were required to have a 10 hand involved with
> that number...I think the one without the rotation symbol is
> simpler...what do you think?
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> Val's writings...
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