St Anthony’s Chapel is a familiar feature in the Edinburgh landscape. But why is it there, and what significance did it have for the pilgrims who visited it? Watch Trudi’s British Sign Language (BSL) story of the chapel, then discover how she uses the grammar of BSL to tell its tale.
The story of St Anthony’s Chapel
Trudi uses BSL to tell the story of St Anthony’s chapel, its history and significance in the Edinburgh landscape.
Directional Verbs in BSL
BSL Linguist Robert Adam explains how directional verbs (a sign that includes the subject, verb and object in one movement) are used in telling the story of the chapel.
Placement in BSL
Discover how ‘placement’ is used to add detail into BSL signs.
Enumeration in BSL
Robert explains how enumeration (numbered lists) are used as a memory aid in BSL.
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