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ERIC Number: ED003892
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 26
Abstractor: N/A
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AUDIOLINGUAL TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES, GERMAN.
CAPRETZ, PIERRE J.
A SERIES OF FILMS HAVE BEEN PRODUCED ON AUDIOLINGUAL TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES. IN THIS MANUAL THE FILM ON GERMAN IS DISCUSSED. THE MANUAL HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO PROVIDE DISCUSSION, INTERPRETATION, CRITICISM, AND A FULL UNDERSTANDING OF THE TECHNIQUES PORTRAYED ON THE SCREEN AND OF THE LEARNING PROCESS AS A WHOLE. THE FILM IS DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS--PART ONE PRESENTS A FULL 45-MINUTE CLASS PERIOD DURING THE 8TH MONTH OF INSTRUCTION, WHICH HAS BEEN CONDENSED INTO APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES. ITS OBJECTIVE IS TO SHOW A VARIETY OF AUDIOLINGUAL TECHNIQUES. PART TWO (15 MINUTES) IS DEVOTED TO THE SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS IN A BEGINNING COURSE. PART THREE OF THE FILM PRESENTS THE STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES. THIS PART IS DESIGNED TO BE SHOWN SECTION BY SECTION, SO THAT THE VIEWING OF EACH SECTION MAY BE FOLLOWED BY DISCUSSION. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Yale Univ., New Haven, CT.
Identifiers: CONNECTICUT; Connecticut (New Haven)