Finger Spelling for Japanese syllabary panel made by hearing students wins prize

The "Finger Spelling for Japanese Syllabary Panel" which was made by the hearing students last year.
(photo: http://www.chunichi.co.jp/)

May 3, 2012

The "Finger Spelling for Japanese Syllabary Panel" which the graduates of the Gifu Prefectural Ogaki-Yoro High School made won a prize at the 22nd Hobby Grand-Prix sponsored by the Japan Hobby Association on April 26, 2012.

It was made by two seniors who studied life welfare in 2011. They packed cotton into working gloves, made each the form of Japanese syllabary, sewed, and attached the face fastener. It is easy to remove and stick on big cloth in order to tell a thought.

The graduates have studied in a lesson using for expressing a finger spelling for each Japanese syllabary at a time, when telling the word which is not found sign language.


http://www.chunichi.co.jp/article/gifu/20120503/CK2012050302000043.html

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