I recently started to learn British Sign Language. I am not very far into the course, so still got a long way to go. I am in the first year of primary education at uni. Any tips on how to remember specific signs would be great. Thanks for all your help, Natalie :)
I learnt the sign A-Z whilst at junior school in the 80s and since then, always wanted to learn more. Yes...it's taken me a while to learn more but I wanted to do something worthwhile whilst on furlough. I'll be introducing my own junior to the online intro course also and see if she takes to it like I did as a kid.
My name is M.Nikos Demetriou. I started learning British Sign Language (BSL) last September 2020 with WDDA. I am currently on the Level 1 Signature programme (101 and 102 completed) and loving it - my teacher is super bubbly and welcoming to us all. Yesterday I joined an extra (online) course that I would recommend to you: www.British-Sign.co.uk
My intentions is to see through level 1, progress to the next level and get ready for the next wave when BSL arrives to our mainstre
Hi everyone, I am really enjoying the course :)
My name is Clare. I work in compliance for a Humanitarian Organisation. However I am also a part time Yoga teacher and have taken up BSL to eventually (hopefully I can become good enough) run some classes in sign language. I have noticed that Yoga classes can be very inaccessible and would ike to open mine up so that everyone can get involved. I also plan to arrange classes for people with visual impairments.
My name is Charlotte, I'm 22 and I live in the Midlands. I work as a cover teacher in a secondary school. I have wanted to learn sign language for a while now and it was my goal for this year to learn. I am really enjoying the course and can't wait to properly be able to sign! Hope you are all enjoying the course:)
Hello, my name is Katie, i'm a 39 year old Mum of 3 boys and I am currently a supply teacher. I work mainly with SEND and ASD children 1-1. I have like most people been going t bit stir crazy, so when i saw this course yesterday morning i couldn't wait to start! I am loving it and feel so excited with myself that i was able to introduce myself! I'm not a huge fan of videoing myself, that in itself was an achievement! Hope to speak to anyone else during the course Katie
Hello everyone, my name is Alice.
I'm excited to be joining this forum to meet lots of new people who are also learning sign language, and I can see there are lots of you.
I'm 22 years old, still living at the parents house but due to hopefully move out soon.
I have been wanting to learn sign language properly for a while now but never got round to finding some where I could go to learn, but now that I have found this I have lots of motivation to complete Level 1. I will admit I have