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ERIC Number: ED011178
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Mar-1
Pages: 81
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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SEQUENTIAL PROGRAMS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR A RESTRUCTURED CURRICULUM, GRADES 7-12.
PAQUETTE, F. ANDRE
A PLAN IS PRESENTED FOR REDESIGNING THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CURRICULUM IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOLS, BASED PRIMARILY ON THE USE OF FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING, THE REVISION OF COURSE CONTENT AND ACTIVITIES, AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM SEQUENCES OF 6 YEARS IN MODERN LANGUAGES AND 4 YEARS IN LATIN. TOPICS DISCUSSED ARE (1) THE VALUES OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY, (2) GENERAL AND SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES, (3) THE PROGRAM SCHEDULE, (4) TESTING, AND (5) THE SUPERVISION OF THE PROGRAM. THE TOPIC RECEIVING MAJOR EMPHASIS IS THE DIVISION OF CONTENT AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES FOR SMALL GROUP, LARGE GROUP, AND INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. CHARTS ARE GIVEN SHOWING THESE DIVISIONS FOR EACH OF THE FOUR SKILLS OF LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING, AND WRITING IN THE FIRST LEVEL OF MODERN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN GRADES 7 AND 8, AND FOR THE COURSE ACTIVITIES FOR THE FIRST LEVEL OF LATIN INSTRUCTION IN GRADES 9 AND 10. AN EXTENSIVE LIST OF CRITERIA FOR THE EVALUATION OF 16 TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IS GIVEN IN AN APPENDIX. (AM)
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Authoring Institution: Educational Research Council of Greater Cleveland, OH.
Identifiers: CURRICULUM RESTRUCTURING PROJECT; Ohio (Cleveland)