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    I'm just curious becuase I'm starting a course in it in September...
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    I'm just curious becuase I'm starting a course in it in September...
    My mum is a BSL interpreter for the council.
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    i can say thank you, my mum can do it, she works with special needs children
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    i know some ASL... (thanks to the Washoe Project )
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    i know some ASL... (thanks to the Washoe Project )
    whats that? Australian?
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    whats that? Australian?
    nope, it's American...
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    nope, it's American...
    cool, I found out the other day there are many different types which is cool!
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    cool, I found out the other day there are many different types which is cool!
    http://www.holah.co.uk/

    then 'Cognitive Psychology'

    then 'Gardner and Gardner'

    if you want to read about Washoe......
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    I'm just curious becuase I'm starting a course in it in September...
    Is that an evening course? I'd love to learn it but I can't seem to find anywhere that teaches it.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    http://www.holah.co.uk/

    then 'Cognitive Psychology'

    then 'Gardner and Gardner'

    if you want to read about Washoe......
    cool, I shall look at that, thanks!

    (Original post by steerpike)
    Is that an evening course? I'd love to learn it but I can't seem to find anywhere that teaches it.
    Yeah its at my local college, there is a course in every local college or uni (evening class) that I looked at - I just picked the one closest to me!
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    is brit sign language anything like american sign language since they're both in english and all? Or completel diff?
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    I want to learn.
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    (Original post by Daveo)
    I want to learn.
    so do I , hence the night classes! I wasn't sure, I had been thinking about it for a while, then I went on my usual christian camp where i teach a group of 15 of five year olds and I saw in a different group a deaf child (we have a special needs unit) and although she had a translator, she was always outcasted because the leader couldn't sign, so it pushed me - I would like to learn so that I can next year sign well done and say hello, etc. but also in the future I would llike to be a teacher who can sign
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    I have my level 1. I have a friend in Cambridge who keeps promising to teach me more.

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    I just passed my BSL Level 1 and I'm starting Level 2 in September. It's cool! I recommend doing it.
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    (Original post by xyon)
    I just passed my BSL Level 1 and I'm starting Level 2 in September. It's cool! I recommend doing it.
    cool! How much do you know in sign? Do you know what is learnt or the introduction course?

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    There's loads of ASL stuff on the internet to learn from, but not much BSL.
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    i know sign, it's cool, good luck in your classes!
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    my mum knows BSL

    I'm actually deaf, but don't use it at all, keep meaning to learn, just lack of time, maybe at uni
    *adds to list of things to do*
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    I want to learn, but it costs £120!
 
 
 
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