Handwriting Sign-Names

Valerie Sutton signwriting at MAC.COM
Tue Jan 16 18:42:24 UTC 2007

SignWriting List
January 16, 2007

Hello Stefan -
Sure...we could write Sign-Names if you want...that will be fun...I  
will try to do that in the future...place everyone's Sign-Name in  
this chart....Would you like that?....

We can go through everyone's homework on the web, to try to find  
everyone's sign-names...I am not sure myself what many of the signs  
mean, that people wrote...So I am not sure where some of the sign- 
names are in each homework....If you want to find all the sign-names  
for me, that would speed it up a bit...

Val ;-)

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On Jan 16, 2007, at 8:42 AM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:

> 4) What if you could just give a short statement about the  
> different sign-
> names. You know - names are important to people and if they develop  
> a habit
> - a routine how to spell and how to "design" their namesign it will  
> become
> pretty much difficult to change that after some time.
> But since all of us are interesting in Handwriting it would be a  
> good start
> for any student to know that the way he/she is writing his/her  
> namesign is
> well accepted from the teachers point of view - smile
> This should be enough for lesson one and should allow anybody to  
> leave the
> classroom with a feeling of hope and acceptance in order to begin  
> with the
> homework for lesson two - writing columns of his sign name or  
> writing a list
> of the sign names of all participants or .... well you are the  
> teacher -
> smile.

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