Hello all. I have used BSL off and on over many years and am really only a beginner. However, I really want to commit to learning BSL and am keen to practise with someone. I am a qualified teacher (senior leader) and have used Makaton/SSE before but wish to move to a school with high number of D/deaf children. I am happy for anyone to contact me who wants to practise or who has any advice for me. Thanks, Rob W.
Hi my name is carol i have started my level 2 after passing level 1.. 4 yrs ago we are doing sentence structure i am bit stuck can any one help
Engish .. my mother gave me £20
Would bsl be mother £20 me
Hi everyone, I'm staring a level 1 BSL course at the end of April.
Bit pre-emptive maybe, but I thought I'd sign up and maybe get a head start and introduce myself.
My name's Liam, I have no previous experience with signing, but I'm training part time for the next few years to become a counsellor/therapist so I'm also looking to learn as much BSL and possibly some Makaton with the aim of becoming as inclusive a therapist as possible.
As weird as it sounds, I totally get this. I'm not learning BSL for D&D purposes, but one of my best friends who I play with is pretty good at it. I thought it'd make an excellent version of Thieves Cant or even the Drow Hand Signal Language (which is, essentially, very similar to BSL!). I'd definitely considered using it in a character too :D
Hey everyone... I'm just starting to learn BSL with an online course. I am very slow and I'm looking for practice partners in and around Liverpool.
Prefer live practice but video chat also welcome. I'm hearing
I have intermediate ASL so it's a little confusing but I'm making some progress...
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon
Could anyone make any suggestions of any tongue twisters/finger tumblers that work in bsl?
I work in school and we are running an international mother language day, and each workshop will be teaching a tongue twister in their home language. I will be running the signing workshop, but I'm afraid my knowledge doesn't run that far. All I can find online is one example from asl.
Any help very gratefully received, thanks