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From:  Ingvild Roald
Date:  Wed Dec 27, 2000  12:34 pm
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The site was really wonderfull.

And for me, knowing the the German sounds are almost like the Norwegian
ones, the reading of the mouths was easy.

I think also they may help in the teaching of speech, so that this can be
done without too much time taken out from the other things the children have
to learn.

One technical question: Is it possible to slow the animation down a bit if
you want it (after downloading the page, perhaps?)

Happy New Year,

Ingvild



>From: Stefan Woehrmann2
>Reply-To: SignWriting List
>To: SignWriting List
>Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 00:19:42 -0000
>
>Dear SW List Members...
>
>Im still experimenting with animated gifs .
>
>In order to help my young students to learn the alphabet I created an
>animated alphabet.
>(I posted it on my new website with mouthmovements as if you articulate
>every single letter - watch out for the Ypsilon !!) (big sigh , big smile -
>lot of work ;-)
>
>What do you think about reading fingerspelling exercises like the
>attached one ?
>
>Any problems to look at all the gifs, animated gif and jpgs I posted on my
>homepage ?
>
>
>
>Happy Christmas to all of you ....
>
>All the best
>
>Stefan ;-)
>
>
>
><< hi_valerie.gif >>

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