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Valerie Sutton |
Date: Mon Oct 2, 2000 8:05 pm
Subject: University of Hamburg
At 12:54 PM +0100 10/1/00, Stefan Woehrmann wrote:
>This week students from the University of Hamburg were visiting my class for
>a week. They seemed pretty much impressed . They were so much fascinated
>that these little kids - first grade take without any effort so much
>information out of these written materials. You know - my first grade
>students canīt read one single word in German but can understand questions
>about "How many eggs " - "Where is Irina ..?" "Where is the blue car "
>- and what is most important to me - they learn this way that we can
>identify objects - we can name them by signing in a special way - we can
>write down what we did --- THEY LEARN TO COMUNICATE...
October 2, 2000
How wonderful, Stefan!
It is great that the students from the University of Hamburg could
stay a whole week ...that means they got a chance to watch
SignWriting in action in your classroom on a day to day basis....
Can you tell us a little more about the students from Hamburg? Were
they associated with the HamNoSys system at all?
How did they find out about your work, and what was the purpose of their visit?
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