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ERIC Number: ED010931
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Feb-6
Pages: 8
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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THE ROLE OF THE STATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUPERVISOR.
HALLMAN, CLEMENS L.
THE MODERN STATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUPERVISOR IS PRIMARILY A LEADER IN A COOPERATIVE ENTERPRISE INVOLVING ALL ASPECTS OF EDUCATION, AND IS JUDGED BY THE SERVICE GIVEN TO THE TOTAL SYSTEM. THE SUPERVISOR SHOULD HAVE A SOLID BACKGROUND IN LANGUAGES, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL, AND TEACHING PHILOSOPHY AND TECHNIQUES, AND SHOULD UNDERSTAND AND BE ABLE TO ASSIST TEACHERS. THE SUPERVISOR'S ROLE IS BASICALLY TO (1) ASSIST LOCAL TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS WITH THEIR INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES, (2) COORDINATE THE STATEWIDE INSTRUCTIONAL EFFORT INTO A WELL-BALANCED, DYNAMIC PROGRAM, AND (3) SERVE IN A LIAISON CAPACITY WITH RELATED EDUCATIONAL DIVISIONS, VARIOUS STATE ORGANIZATIONS, AND NATIONAL AGENCIES. THIS SPEECH WAS PRESENTED AT THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE TEACHING (1ST, ATLANTA, FEBRUARY 4-6, 1965). (AS)
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Identifiers: Georgia (Atlanta)