Animations to teach signwriting

André L andre-andre at HOTMAIL.CA
Mon Jan 6 17:50:04 UTC 2014

Animations might be an intuitive way to teach signwriting to deaf children.
It uses their knowledge of sign language.
The movements make the writing more intuitive, closer to their experience.
There are less symbols to read at once.
It is easy to display on a screen, a computer or on paper.
A teacher can write on a slide with the mouse during the class.
It is possible to create a power point show (does not require power point to be displayed).
Here is an example of one animated word.  It could be a sentence, a small movie...
André Lemyre


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