Malaysian Sign Language can improve learning

(Above) Sign language: Teacher Nurul Husna Ibrahim using the latest edition of the Malaysian Sign Language to teach the community’s mother tongue. – File pic

THE National Union of the Teaching Profession and Malaysian Federation of the Deaf (MFD) will be handing over a memorandum to the Education Ministry for the Malaysian Sign Language, or Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia (BIM), to be used in schools.

Its secretary-general Harry Tan Huat Hock said the NUTP has submitted its request to meet with Education Minister Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin on the matter.

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