Classroom use of artificial sign systems by teachers

Autor/a: WOODWARD, James; ALLEN, Thomas
Año: 1988
Editorial: Sign Language Studies, nº 61 (1988) pp. 405-418
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital




In 1985 Center for Assessment and Demographic Studies at Gallaudet sent a questionnaire asking about classroom communication practices to teachers of more than 4,500 hearing-impaired students, selected at random from a data base of more than 50,000. An earlier paper focused on teachers who claimed to use ASL as their preferred medium of classroom instruction. Here we focus on the teachers who reported that they use an artificial sign system for representing English.