Grammar and SignWriting Lanes

Valerie Sutton signwriting at MAC.COM
Sun May 13 14:38:00 UTC 2007

Charles Butler wrote:
> Here is an example of teaching comparative grammar using both lanes  
> and horizontal writing.  It takes up a large graphic, but for a  
> classroom example of a classic nursery rhyme it may help to show  
> how SW differs in production, grammar, and placement of subjects,  
> verbs, objects, and their relation to one another.  It also shows,  
> for me, how SEE and ASL differ.

This is a very interesting diagram, Charles! Thank you for posting it  
- Val ;-)

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