• I really like the idea of the “10 things” list - this might make a good centerpiece for the project, which you could fill in with more information or links to other topics in more detail
  • it would be great to include some pictures/videos of ASL to illustrate your points

Evan Bradley 2011/04/16 20:33

round 2

  • You should move your main content to your front page (or update the link on the main wiki page)
  • Your main research question needs some grammatical editing. I would also suggest splitting it into two questions, one general, and specific (about the determiners)
  • You should probably include some more prose introduction that will preview the specific topics you're going to talk about
  • Can you give some examples of “extensive use of classifiers, a high degree of inflection, and a topic-comment syntax”?
  • This “What is Sign Language” section is a pretty close (word-for-word) copy of the Wikipedia article on sign language (which you haven't cited) this needs extensive revision and proper citation. please see me if you're unclear on how to do this.
  • please cite sources in-text
  • you definitely need more information in the section of comparison of signed and spoken language, because this is the stated goal of your project - this is where you should “answer” your question
  • you haven't really talked at all about determiners - you should either add this, or remove it from your question

Evan Bradley 2011/05/14 19:47