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ERIC Number: ED011733
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 1
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LANGUAGE LABORATORY WORK FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS AND THE "AUDIO-ADAPTER".
BUNG, KLAUS
WAYS ARE SUGGESTED FOR USING THE "AUDIO ADAPTER" IN THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY TO HELP DEVELOP THE SPEAKING SKILLS OF ADVANCED STUDENTS. A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE AUDIO ADAPTER, A TYPE OF JUNCTION BOX, IS GIVEN, ALONG WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONSTRUCTING IT. FOUR TYPES OF SPEAKING PRACTICE ARE DESCRIBED--(1) FREE CONVERSATION, WITH STUDENTS WORKING IN TEAMS OF THREE, WITHOUT TEACHER MONITORING, (2) TAPE ANALYSIS, A CONVERSATION BETWEEN STUDENT AND TEACHER DURING WHICH THE TEACHER RECORDS COMMENTS AND CORRECTIONS FOR LATER REPLAY AND STUDY BY THE STUDENT, (3) ESSAY PREPARATION, IN WHICH A STUDENT PREPARES A PRELIMINARY RECORDED DRAFT, PLAYS IT FOR THE TEACHER, STUDIES THE TEACHER'S CORRECTIONS, AND, FINALLY, PREPARED THE WRITTEN ESSAY, AND (4) QUESTION-ANSWER PRACTICE IN WHICH THE STUDENT, USING TWO TAPE RECORDERS, CONTROLS THE LENGTH OF THE TIME PAUSE PROVIDED FOR HIS REPLIES TO QUESTIONS RECORDED ON TAPE. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN "CONTACT," VOLUME 8, JUNE 1966. (AM)
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