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ERIC Number: ED003941
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961-Nov
Pages: 1
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THE TEACHING OF GERMAN IN THE UNITED STATES FROM COLONIAL TIMES TO THE PRESENT.
ZEYDEL, EDWIN H.
AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE TEACHING OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE IN THE UNITED STATES WAS REPORTED. A LARGE VARIETY OF MATERIALS WERE SURVEYED TO PROVIDE THE INFORMATION NEEDED FOR THIS SUMMARY, INCLUDING TEXTBOOKS, ARTICLES, PUBLICATIONS, AND RELATED MATERIALS. EMPHASIS WAS PLACED ON THE TEACHING OF GERMAN TO THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING SCHOOL AND COLLEGE POPULATION. DISCUSSIONS WERE PRESENTED ON (1) THE COLONIAL ERA, (2) THE REVOLUNTIONARY WAR TO 1825, (3) AN UPHILL STRUGGLE--1826 TO 1876, (4) ERA OF SELF-EXAMINATION--1876 TO 1899, (5) FIRST DECADES OF THE 20TH CENTURY--1900 TO 1916, AND (6) PERIOD OF RECUPERATION--1917 TO 1957. REPORTS IN THIS SERIES ARE ED 003 940 THROUGH ED 003 960. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Modern Language Association of America, New York, NY.
Identifiers: NEW YORK; New York (New York)