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ERIC Number: ED011173
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 7
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS.
KETTELKAMP, GILBERT C.
THE MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER SHOULD SPEAK FLUENTLY AND PRONOUNCE CORRECTLY THE LANGUAGE HE TEACHES, KNOW ITS LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE, AND BE ABLE TO USE EFFECTIVELY ALL FACILITIES THAT WILL HELP HIM ATTAIN HIS TEACHING OBJECTIVES. HE NEEDS A KNOWLEDGE OF THE STRUCTURAL LINGUISTICS OF BOTH THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND HIS OWN SO THAT HE CAN MAKE CONTRASTIVE AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF THE TWO LANGUAGES. THIS BACKGROUND WILL ENABLE HIM TO HELP HIS STUDENTS RECOGNIZE AND MASTER THE PATTERNS OF THE NEW LANGUAGE. TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTIONS SHOULD PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THEIR UNDERGRADUATE TEACHER TRAINEES TO ACQUIRE A KNOWLEDGE OF LINGUISTICS. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN THE "ILLINOIS JOURNAL OF EDUCATION," VOLUME 57, NUMBER 6, WHOLE NUMBER 534, OCTOBER 1966. (AUTHOR)
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