SW Handwriting Course Lesson 1 Posted!
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Tue Jan 9 17:24:38 UTC 2007
I am wondering though if there would be a way to distinguish the floor
handshapes without the finger gap (at least where it is individual
fingers. In printing, I don't have a problem with the gap because the
computer takes care of writing the symbol. But, I think that it is
easier to miswrite the finger gap when handwriting. Just thinking about
when we are doing quick writing or notes in a class. it seems to me
that we would want to have the symbol be distinguishable enough that we
don't have to worry about the finger accidentally looking connected or
something. Just a thought.
On Jan 8, 2007, at 22:22, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> January 8, 2007
> Stuart Thiessen wrote:
>> I worked on it as well during my lunch hour today. I did have one
>> question on page 5 of the PDF, and the second sign down. For the
>> index handshape there, I don't recall seeing that in your list of
>> handwriting shapes that you taught in this lesson. I wondered if we
>> should substitute a different sign or if you planned to show that one
>> but forgot. (I understand how that can happen.)
> Hello Stuart!
> Thanks for this feedback. You are right. It should have been there in
> that lesson. I didn't really forget, but because it was so late at
> night, and I was so tired, I thought maybe it would be obvious that it
> was the same as the Printing...so I left it out. Now I see it confused
> lots of people so that was the wrong call...
> So I will be posting this shortly...it is not on the web yet... but
> here is an explanation...
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