Margaret Carew describes the Iltyem-iltyem ‘Central Australian Sign Language Project’ at the WANALA Conference in Broome, September 2014
April Campbell and Clarrie Long describe community leadership in language and culture projects at Ti Tree. This is part 3 of a presentation at the WANALA Conference in Broome, September 2014.
April Campbell and Clarrie Long lead a teaching and learning session about iltyem-iltyem for participants at the WANALA Conference in Broome, September 2014
This is an extract of a longer recording, where Eileen Campbell uses speech, sand drawing and sign to tell a story. She speaks in Anmatyerr, a language of Central Australia. She signs in iltyem-iltyem, the Anmatyerr name for Central Australian Sign Language.
This film is from a visit to Yuelemu in 2012. David McCormack is a teacher at the local school at Yuelemu and Dan was working there as a youth worker. As part of Dan’s training, he would come once a week for Anmatyerr lessons from the senior class at the school. Here David gives Dan some tips for Anmatyerr words, phrases and signs to go with them.