Why don't my students sign like Deaf people?
Suggestions for sign
language curriculum development
Linda Lupton completed her PhD in ASL linguistics at Purdue
University in 1993 and have taught sign language for over 20
years. She is currently employed as the Audiology Coordinator at
Saint John's Health System in Anderson, IN. as well as an ASL
instructor at Ball State University. Her research interests
include rhythm & fluency in ASL as well as instructional
methods to achieve fluency.