SW Handwriting Course Schedule Jan 2007
skifoot at GMAIL.COM
Thu Jan 4 21:32:44 UTC 2007
My favorite analogy is to remind people about music and scores ... yes, not
all musicians read music, but for those who do, scores are incredibly
useful! Most folks I know can relate to that.
Eventually, I'd like to learn DanceWriting as well; I can NEVER remember the
combinations when taking ballet classes!
Life is way too full of interesting things.
-- Kim from Boston
On 1/4/07, Charles Butler <chazzer3332000 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Kim, you should point out to them that Oberlin conservatory uses Dance
> Writing all the time, so what about sign language isn't a written language?
> *Kimberley Shaw <skifoot at gmail.com>* wrote:
> Hello all:
> please sign me up, too -- I know I'll need to have better hand-writing
> skills when I begin that college-level ASL course later on this month! I
> tend to take lots of notes during class, but the teachers don't expect
> anybody to be taking notes (since it "is not a written language", feh) and
> so Signwritten "chicken scratch" is what my class notebooks usually end up
> looking like.
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