Here I am, poised to write, yet I cannot find myself writing further about other languages. Time is of essence when it comes to something as intense and controversial as languages, including our own languages we use everyday.
So I have some questions to post and hopefully I will get some responses that I can incorporate into my next blog (duly credited) about endangered minority languages and the trend towards a global language.
It may be that there will be several postings on this topic. I welcome your thoughts and comments.
I leave a parting note, this often has been in my mind and subconscious: Genesis 11. This chapter in the Bible talks about language and people.
To Be Whole
Currently I am an ASL teacher at a local college and at an high school. I received my Masters in Sign Language Education from Gallaudet University. At home, I am an activist within the community, Northwest Indiana. My son is in first grade and my daughter goes to E.C.L.I.P.S.E. ASL Preschool. Change begins with you and change is effective with a team.