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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

International Morse Code


Chart of the Morse code letters and numerals.
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I finally found another smaller chart that has the Morse code on it. When the First JOTA was being organised in this District at the Hazelwood South Hall I hand copied a similar chart onto large card board and protected it’s face with contact.  Over ten years later and we still use this diagram.

Other ways of learning or reaffirming the skills of Morse Code are through games, use of equipment, educational tools [like flash cards] computer programs and experts who can come in to your meeting time [ or you go to theirs] or through the JOTA’s and now JOTI’s that happens in October.  Some countries call JOTA …GOTA  as in ‘Guides On The Air’.

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May 26, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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