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ERIC Number: ED012021
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 263
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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HAITIAN CREOLE BASIC COURSE. PART I, PROGRAMMED INTRODUCTION, TAPE SCRIPT.
VALDMAN, ALBERT; AND OTHERS
THIS COURSE IS PROGRAMED FOR SELF-INSTRUCTION AND SELF-TESTING AND IS APPROPRIATE FOR TEACHING EDUCATED ADULT SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH WITH NO TRAINING IN LINGUISTICS ENOUGH HAITIAN CREOLE TO "GET AROUND" IN HAITI. THE CORE OF THE COURSE IS THE MATERIAL PRESENTED AND DRILLED ON TAPES. THE STUDENT LISTENS TO EXPLANATIONS IN ENGLISH OF CONTRASTING ENGLISH-CREOLE PHONOLOGICAL AND GRAMMATICAL FEATURES AND THEN PRACTICES AUDIOLINGUAL DRILLS ON THE POINTS PRESENTED. THE STUDENT IS GUIDED IN HIS PROGRESS BY AN ACCOMPANYING STUDENT WORKBOOK CLOSELY COORDINATED TO THE TAPES. THE TAPE SCRIPT SERVES AS A REFERENCE FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS, OR SUPERVISORS, BUT IT IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO THE LEARNING PROCESS, BEING MERELY A RECORD OF THE MATERIAL PRESENTED ON THE TAPES. (JD)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington.
Identifiers: FRENCH CREOLE