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Stefan Woehrmann |
Date: Thu Oct 14, 1999 10:25 pm
Subject: Re: Dictionaries of different countries
thank You very much for your message. It keeps up my spirits.
I`m looking forward to your support and will keep everybody informed about
my experiences with SW with my little friends.
Today we started to produce memory cards with SW symbols on one side - the
written German word on the other.
You should have seen the glance in the eyes of my little students - playing
reading - crocodile, icebear etc - just with a little glance at the SW -
symbol - So it works up to now in a very very exciting way.
The point is that my dictionary needs to be get started quickly und
therefore I´m grateful to each kind of support - just a little portion of
you established dictionaries may help.
>Dear Stefan,We will be glad in helping you as soon as we conclude the
>We have finished sign revision and are working hard on SignWriting revision
>The info load is huge, but Valerie is kindly helping us, and we are almost
Valerie is doing a tremendous supporting job to deaf culture , isn´t she?
>Fernando and crew
>and crew sounds good -
my crew is my family - by the way - looking at my son Johannes (7 years old)
how he proceeds in working with the SW 4.3 program is a big help to get
informations what to keep in mind when I confront my pupils with that! He
loves to read SW very much!
> > Assunto: Dictionaries of different countries
> > Data: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 13:48:32 PDT
> > De: Stefan Woehrmann
> > Hello to all friends of the SW- list,
> > My name is Stefan Woehrmann, I´m doing this SW-literacy project here in
> > Germany. I would like to ask you - who have build up SW dictionaries in
> > your countries, wether you can share your dictionaries with me. I made
> > experience that browsing through the dictionaries is a big help to add
> > quickly some signs to my DGS dictionary which is just a newborn baby ( 2
> > days) (smile!)
> > If you have already given parts of your dictionaries to Valerie be so
> > to give permission to her to distribute them.
> > As soon as I have piled up DGS signs written in SW I will share them
> > you - no problem. As a beginner I would appriciate all kinds of
> > feed-back.
> > Stefan