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languages:british_sign_language_in_the_uk [2020/03/10 09:13]
ydwine [Teaching of BSL]
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ydwine [Support structure for education of the language:]
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 ===== Support structure for education of the language: ===== ===== Support structure for education of the language: =====
-There are two organisations who are in charge of educating BSL, of developing materials and offering courses: [[<http://​www.signature.org.uk/​|Signature]] and [[http://​ibsl.org.uk/​about-us/​|IBSL]].+There are two organisations who are in charge of educating BSL, of developing materials and offering courses: [[https://​www.signature.org.uk/​|Signature]] and [[http://​ibsl.org.uk/​about-us/​|IBSL]].
 Signature is currently developing materials and arranging instruction for secondary education. This to make sure that students can do a so-called //General Certificate of Secondary Education// in sign language ((Signature,​ //BSL in Secondary Education// (2017), <​http://​www.signature.org.uk/​bsl-secondary-education>​ [accessed 7 December])). For more information on BSL in secondary education, see [[http://​www.signature.org.uk/​bsl-secondary-education| BSL in secondary education, a pilot program]]. Not everything is subsidized, but Signature sometimes gets funding for research projects from the Department for Education or from charity funds. IBSL also received charity funding for research on deafness ((Signature,​ //Funded Projects// (2017), <​http://​www.signature.org.uk/​projects.php>​ [accessed 7 December 2017])) ((iBSL, //News// (2017), <​http://​ibsl.org.uk/​news/>​ [accessed 7 December 2017])). Signature is currently developing materials and arranging instruction for secondary education. This to make sure that students can do a so-called //General Certificate of Secondary Education// in sign language ((Signature,​ //BSL in Secondary Education// (2017), <​http://​www.signature.org.uk/​bsl-secondary-education>​ [accessed 7 December])). For more information on BSL in secondary education, see [[http://​www.signature.org.uk/​bsl-secondary-education| BSL in secondary education, a pilot program]]. Not everything is subsidized, but Signature sometimes gets funding for research projects from the Department for Education or from charity funds. IBSL also received charity funding for research on deafness ((Signature,​ //Funded Projects// (2017), <​http://​www.signature.org.uk/​projects.php>​ [accessed 7 December 2017])) ((iBSL, //News// (2017), <​http://​ibsl.org.uk/​news/>​ [accessed 7 December 2017])).
  
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