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ERIC Number: ED013023
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 142
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE ELEMENTARY GRADES, A FEASIBILITY STUDY.
OVSIEW, LEON
DESIGNED FOR SCHOOL AUTHORITIES IN A SPECIFIC NEW JERSEY SCHOOL DISTRICT, THIS STUDY PRESENTS FACTS AND OPINIONS WHICH WILL BEAR UPON THE AREA'S DECIDING WHETHER OR NOT TO ADD FLES TO ITS CURRICULUM. IN FOUR OF THE CHAPTERS, THERE IS INFORMATION ABOUT--(1) RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL DECISIONS, (2) RESEARCH IN TEACHING FLES, (3) THE DISTRICT'S READINESS FOR FLES, AND (4) SURVEYS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY DISTRICTS OPERATING FLES PROGRAMS. THE 16 RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE FIFTH CHAPTER ON THE INITIATION OF FLES PROGRAMS REFER TO ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES, REQUIRED CURRICULUM RESCHEDULING, PREVAILING ATTITUDES AND THE IMPORTANCE OF ATTITUDE SURVEYS, THE RESEARCHERS' QUALIFICATIONS ABOUT VALUE, METHOD, AND ORGANIZATION, DESIRABLE COURSE SEQUENCE, ARTICULATION WITH AND POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, AND STUDENT SELECTION CRITERIA. ALSO INCLUDED ARE A 137-ITEM BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AN APPENDIX OF LETTERS, QUESTIONNAIRES, AND INTERVIEWING GUIDES AND FORMS USED IN THE STUDY. (AB)
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Authoring Institution: Temple Univ., Philadelphia, PA. Educational Service Bureau.
Identifiers: NEW JERSEY; Union County Regional School District NJ