Cat in the Hat 9
signwriting at MAC.COM
Thu Jul 5 15:57:56 UTC 2007
On Jul 5, 2007, at 8:52 AM, CWren at doe.k12.ga.us wrote:
> A major challenge in this one-- When the cat says he can hold the
> milk on a dish, I pick up my right foot, and through constructed
> action, place the tray with the milk on the foot, while I balance
> on the other one. In the signwriting, I showed the torso movement,
> but not the foot movement, cuz I don't know how.... Does it need
> to be there? There are several spots where torso action is
> important, and I am not sure I'm doing it correctly...
> I also had a devil of a time with the handshape/orientation for the
> tray itself. It doesn't look right any way I tried it. The palms
> are facing each other, thumbs forward away from the body, knuckles
> aiming mostly toward the ground and forward.
Wonderful stuff! I love it ;-))
This shows that maybe I shouldn't take the feet away from the
International SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA) because I was thinking of
taking them away since normally feet are not used in SignWriting! Ha!
Maybe they will be needed after all ;-)
I will look at this after I finish the Rotation Symbol lesson I am
But if Stefan or the other editors have time, it would be great to
see how they would write the issues you mention in Cat in the Hat 9...
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