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From:  Stefan Woehrmann
Date:  Sat Mar 4, 2000  8:55 am
Subject:  Re: Transcribing Video SL Bible translations


Hi Mark and Valerie,
thatīs a good idea. I would love to try the translation of a very short
scene ! I guess this would encourage to discuss several issues - how to
spell ... and that is what I do learn most from.

Stefan ;-)


>From: Valerie Sutton
>Reply-To: SignWriting List
>To: SignWriting List
>Subject: Re: Transcribing Video SL Bible translations
>Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 11:07:27 -0800
>
>On 3/3/00, Mark Penner wrote:
>>Yes, there are. One is the Japanese Sign Language Bible. Anyone want
>>practice transcribing a language they don't understand? We would be
>>delighted to let you practice on our videos.
>>Mark and Mary Esther Penner
>>Tokyo, Japan
>>
>>http://www.deaf.or.jp/vibi/
>
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>
>Mark - I enjoyed visiting your web site (address above), and why not
>place one passage written in SignWriting on your web site? That would
>be fun and educational for everyone-
>
>Do you know how to make QuickTime movies? If not, maybe someone else
>does on the SignWriting List and they could advise you as to how to
>get some video clips into your computer..then you can send
>indiividuals the videoclips by email (not to the SW List itself
>because the files will be too large for some computers to
>download)....
>
>Then we could work on portions of it as a group - it would be good
>for people to record a signed language they do not know...in many
>ways that is the best way to learn SignWriting, since it is a generic
>writing system...
>
>
>Val ;-)
>
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>
>Valerie Sutton
>
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