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Im from Glasgow and new to this forum. Im currently getting ready to go to Malawi for a month. I’ll be teaching BSL at a remote school where there is no communication available for the deaf or hard of hearing. Went last year and loved it. I have attended college on a couple of BSL courses and completed some online but I’ve found it very helpful watching YouTube and signing with friends etc. If anyone has any hand outs they could share with me, that would be great. I’ve got some resources to take with me but any advise or freebies will be welcome 😊

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