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ERIC Number: ED001335
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 26
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ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM IN FRENCH.
HAYES, MARY E.; AND OTHERS
SPECIFIC COURSE CONTENT SHOULD BE DETERMINED BY EACH SCHOOL TO ACHIEVE THE GOALS EXPRESSED IN THE COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION BOARD'S "ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM." ASSISTANCE IN PREPARING SUCH A COURSE IS OFFERED. TEACHERS AS WELL AS STUDENTS SHOULD BE SPECIALLY QUALIFIED FOR THIS PROGRAM. PREPARATION OF THE TEACHER OF FRENCH SHOULD ALLOW HIM TO TEACH LITERATURE AND CULTURE ON THE COLLEGE LEVEL. HE SHOULD BE FLUENT IN FRENCH AND BE WILLING TO DEVOTE EXTRA TIME TO THIS COURSE. THE COLLEGE-LEVEL WORK SHOULD BE PART OF A WELL-PLANNED SEQUENTIAL PROGRAM OF AT LEAST SIX YEARS BEGINNING IN GRADE 7. COURSE CONTENT, METHOD AND EXPECTED LEVELS OF ACHIEVEMENT ARE DISCUSSED. READING SHOULD INVOLVE COMPREHENSION WITHOUT TRANSLATION. THE CLASS SHOULD BE CONDUCTED ONLY IN FRENCH, WITH ASSIGNMENTS IN SPEECH WORK OF AN ADVANCED NATURE. THE STUDENT SHOULD ATTAIN A HIGH DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY IN THE AREAS OF LISTENING, COMPREHENSION, SPEAKING, WRITING, READING, AND LITERARY ANALYSIS. AN EXTENSIVE REFERENCE LIST ACCOMPANIES THE TEXT.
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Identifiers: NEW YORK; New York (Albany)