Google celebrates Thomas Braidwood the Founder of the first British language language school for the deaf
Google celebrates Thomas Braidwood the Founder of the first British language language school for the deaf ,What is the sign language for the English alphabet?

Google today celebrates Thomas Bridwood, the founder of the first British Deaf school he founded in 1760, on the occasion of the Week of Return to School in British Schools

Thomas Bridwood has been instrumental in the development of the British Sign Language (BSL) and has taught children to hear through vision, with more than 77,000 speakers and 250,000 other people around the world using it as a second language.

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Thomas Bridwood founded the Postal College in Edinburgh in 1760 and was the first Deaf School in the UK.

Google celebrates Thomas Braidwood the Founder of the first British language language school for the deaf
The Bridwood Academy used a combination of sign language system and lip reading to teach children with hearing loss.

Bridwood focused on the use of natural gestures to help emphasize the meaning of words that were not practiced in Europe at the time.

The sign language system developed in the school later developed into the British Sign Language System that we know today, and is currently used by about 20,000 children throughout Britain.

Sign language has many different forms. In Britain, they use the (BSL)  system, but in France the sign language  LSF is used in French, but there is no sign language corresponding to every language in the world. Many sign languages ​​consist of British or French references.

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