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ERIC Number: ED011172
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 10
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APPLICABLE LINGUISTICS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHERS.
GLADNEY, FRANK Y.
TRADITIONALLY OR OTHERWISE NONLINGUISTICALLY ORIENTED LANGUAGE TEACHERS WILL FIND IN THE NEW GENERATIVE-TRANSFORMATION GRAMMAR A REFUTATION OF MANY OF THE CURRENTLY ACCEPTED LINGUISTIC (SPECIFICALLY STRUCTURALIST) TEACHINGS AND A CONFIRMATION OF SOME TRADITIONAL IDEAS ABOUT LANGUAGE LEARNING. FOR INSTANCE, THE TRADITIONAL SPELLING OF ENGLISH (ALSO OF RUSSIAN) IS PHONEMIC IN A NEWER SENSE OF THE WORD. PHONOLOGY SHOULD BE BROADENED TO INCLUDE PART OF MORPHOLOGY, THE REST OF MORPHOLOGY BELONGING PROPERLY TO SYNTAX. THE REPUTED OPPOSITION OF THE TRADITIONAL GOALS OF READING AND TRANSLATING TO AUDIOLINGUAL GOALS IS THUS PUT IN THE PROPER PERSPECTIVE. THIS ARTICLE IN PUBLISHED IN THE "ILLINOIS JOURNAL OF EDUCATION," VOLUME 57, NUMBER 6, WHOLE NUMBER 534, OCTOBER 1966. (AUTHOR)
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