Teaching ASL With SW
skifoot at GMAIL.COM
Sat Mar 8 23:53:47 UTC 2008
more power to you! As an ASL student, I know that having SignWritten
versions of signs shown to me in class has been VERY helpful in my
being able to retain those signs. Some people - especially those who
are more verbally oriented - think they just look hieroglyphic. But
people who are naturally visually-oriented, like an artist friend of
mine, can see its logic right away.
Let us all know what your students think!
Kim from Boston
On 3/8/08, Stephen Jones <swterp at gmail.com> wrote:
> My wife, Vanessa, and I are going to teach conversational ASL at our church
> just an hour a week. We want to help the students (mostly adults) remember
> the signs we teach them and are therefore giving them a vocabulary sheet at
> the end of the lesson. The signs on the vocab sheet will be written in SW.
> This is the first time we have used SW to teach ASL and we were wondering if
> any of you have had any experience with this and had advice or suggestions
> to share. We are not planning on formally teaching the students SW but
> planning on them learning the written signs as they learn sign.
> Thanks and have a great weekend!
> Stephen Jones
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