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ERIC Number: ED011934
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 200
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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PRACTICE-CENTERED TEACHER TRAINING--FRENCH, A SYLLABUS FOR THE TRAINING OR RETRAINING OF TEACHERS OF FRENCH.
POLITZER, ROBERT L.
A TRAINING SYLLABUS WAS DEVELOPED TO INCREASE THE COMPETENCE OF FRENCH LANGUAGE TEACHERS. THE SYLLABUS WAS BASED ON THE MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS OF THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER OF MODERN LANGUAGES. THE EMPHASIS OF THIS TRAINING PROCEDURE IS ON PRESENTING COURSES AND PRACTICE AS PARALLEL EXPERIENCES. PRACTICE IN OBSERVATION, STUDENT TEACHING, PRACTICE TEACHING, AND INTERNSHIP ARE INTEGRATED WITH COURSES IN LANGUAGE CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION, APPLIED LINGUISTICS, AND METHODS. PRACTICAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE, RATHER THAN FINAL EXAMINATIONS IN EACH COURSE, IS THE GOAL TOWARD WHICH THIS TRAINING SEQUENCE IS POINTED. THE FOUR PARTS OF THE SYLLABUS ARE APPLIED LINGUISTICS, LANGUAGE PRACTICE, PERFORMANCE CRITERIA, AND MICROLESSONS, THAT IS, A SHORT PRACTICE LESSON WHICH FOCUSES ON DEVELOPING A SPECIFIC TEACHING SKILL. A RELATED REPORT IS AA 000 057. (AL)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. School of Education.
Identifiers: California (Stanford)