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ERIC Number: ED011447
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 70
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Reference Count: 0
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TEACHING SPANISH ON LEVEL ONE, PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS.
JONATH, NORMAN; AND OTHERS
DESIGNED TO ASSIST SPANISH TEACHERS USING AN AUDIOLINGUAL APPROACH, THIS HANDBOOK DESCRIBES AND ILLUSTRATES TEACHING TECHNIQUES SUITABLE FOR FIRST-LEVEL CLASSES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS, AND SUGGESTS PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR SOME OF THE PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH CLASSES. MAJOR SECTIONS DEAL WITH MANAGING THE PREREADING PHASE, TEACHING THE FOUR BASIC SKILLS (LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING, AND WRITING), PRESENTING GRAMMAR, CONSTRUCTING AND USING PATTERN DRILLS, LESSON PLANNING, AND EVALUATING STUDENT PERFORMANCE. THE HANDBOOK ALSO CONTAINS PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR CORRECTING MISTAKES IN PRONUNCIATION, MAINTAINING ATTENTION, ELICITING AUDIBLE RESPONSES, ASSIGNING HOMEWORK, ADJUSTING THE MATERIAL IN THE TEXTBOOK, AND HANDLING OTHER PROBLEMS IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT. TOPICS BRIEFLY TREATED ARE THE USE OF THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY AND OTHER VISUAL AIDS, THE TEACHING OF CULTURE, AND THE INTERPRETATION OF THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAM TO THE PUBLIC. ALTHOUGH CROSS-REFERENCES ARE GIVEN TO SECTIONS IN "SPANISH FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS" (NEW YORK STATE SYLLABUS), THIS HANDBOOK CAN BE USED AS AN INDEPENDENT MANUAL. (AM)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Identifiers: New York (Albany)