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ERIC Number: ED003890
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 24
Abstractor: N/A
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AUDIO-LINGUAL TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES, FRENCH.
CAPRETZ, PIERRE J.
A SERIES OF FILMS HAVE BEEN PRODUCED ON AUDIOLINGUAL TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE. THIS MANUAL, WHICH DISCUSSES THE FILM ON FRENCH, HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO PROVOKE DISCUSSION, INTERPRETATION, CRITICISM, AND PROVIDE A FULL UNDERSTANDING OF THE TECHNIQUES PORTRAYED ON THE SCREEN AND OF THE LEARNING PROCESS AS A WHOLE. THE ORGANIZATION OF THE FILM'S THREE PARTS IS DISCUSSED. PART 1 PRESENTS A 45-MINUTE CLASS PERIOD WHICH HAS BEEN CONDENSED INTO APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES. ITS OBJECT IS TO SHOW A VARIETY OF TECHNIQUES WHICH CAN BE USED IN AN AUDIOLINGUAL COURSE AND THE TRANSITION FROM ONE TECHNIQUE TO ANOTHER. PART 2 (A 15-MINUTE FILM) IS DEVOTED TO THE SPECIAL PROBLEM OF THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS IN A BEGINNING COURSE. PART 3 IS DESIGNED TO SHOW INDIVIDUAL TEACHING TECHNIQUES. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT EACH TECHNIQUE BE VIEWED AND DISCUSSED SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE PROCEEDING TO THE NEXT. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Yale Univ., New Haven, CT.
Identifiers: CONNECTICUT; Connecticut (New Haven)