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ERIC Number: ED010729
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 25
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Reference Count: 0
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FRENCH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, A TEACHING GUIDE.
BARDIN, JOHN J.; AND OTHERS
A FLES PROGRAM OFFERS STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BEGIN THE STUDY OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE EARLY, AND THUS BENEFIT FROM A LONG SEQUENCE OF STUDY WHICH WILL ENABLE THEM TO ACHIEVE CONTROL OVER THE LANGUAGE. FACTORS WHICH SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN PLANNING A FLES PROGRAM ARE GRADE LEVEL AT WHICH INSTRUCTION IS TO BEGIN, TIME TO BE ALLOTTED TO INSTRUCTION, LANGUAGE TO BE TAUGHT, QUALIFICATIONS OF THE FLES TEACHER, SUPPORT AND COST OF THE PROGRAM, COORDINATION AND SUPERVISION OF THE PROGRAM, PROVISION FOR CONTINUITY, PROVISION OF APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND TEACHING AIDS, EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAM, DETERMINATION OF THE STRUCTUAL CONTENT OF THE PROGRAM, AND CORRELATION OF THE FLES PROGRAM WITH OTHER SUBJECT AREAS IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVES OF FLES PROGRAM ARE LINGUISTIC, AND A SECONDARY AIM IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL AWARENESS. THE METHODOLOGY USED IN FLES CLASSES IS DESIGNED TO ACHIEVE THESE AIMS. (PART II OF THE DOCUMENT CONTAINS AN OUTLINE OF RECOMMENDED STRUCTURES TO BE TAUGHT IN THE FLES PROGRAM. PART III CONTAINS SAMPLE LESSONS.) (AM)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Identifiers: New York (Albany)