Classroom use of ASL by teachers

Autor/a: WOODWARD, James; ALLEN, Thomas
Año: 1987
Editorial: Sign Language Studies, nº 54 (1987) pp. 1-10
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital




Although increased use of ASL in educational settings has been reported as a consequence of thirty years of research, there has been no confirmation of such use. A survey of teachers of 4.500 hearing-impaired students selected at random from a data base on more than 50.000 such students provides empirical evidence that ASL is still not extensively used in theaching.