Signworld – BSL Learning and Teaching Resources Website

Published: Oct 17th, 2013

Signworld is used by schools, colleges, universities and teachers all over the UK as a British Sign Language (BSL) learning and teaching resources website, to support students and improve results. Online packages of BSL Levels 1, 2 and 3 (Levels 4 to 6 to follow) support teachers and students between classes. Teachers use the appropriate package to guide and monitor students? progress at all times. Between one class and the next, the student has access to a first-class online resource 24/7. With 14 regional variations in Levels 1 and 2, it means that students have access to fluent regional signers relevant to where they live and the Deaf community in their area. Other features that help learners and teachers are:  optional subtitles on all Phrases optional left- or right-handed signing a Wordsearch facility to find any Phrase where a particular term is used. Hundreds of Tests, both Receptive and Productive, with scores tracked to monitor progress ? Questions and Answers to show how to ask questions in BSL All packages are created by Signworld directors Linda Day and Tessa Padden, nationally recognised experts in BSL. Compliant with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, packages support learners and teachers working towards any accredited qualification, whether through Signature or the Institute of BSL.

 

Resource published previously

Resource published previously at http://www.signworldlearn.com

2 Responses to “Signworld – BSL Learning and Teaching Resources Website”

  1. Stephen harvey says:

    I am interested in BSL course, I would like to learn sign language, I am very hard of hearing, I wear hearing aids in both ears

  2. Robert Duncan says:

    Dear Stephen, where are you based? We may be able to put you in touch with somebody.

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