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ERIC Number: ED013030
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jan
Pages: 1
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LANGUAGE LEARNING, THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE PROCESS.
NAJAM, EDWARD W.
THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE INDIANA-PURDUE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE LEARNING ARE DIVIDED INTO THREE GENERAL CATEGORIES AND INTRODUCED BY DIEKHOFF'S SPEECH ADVOCATING TEACHER PARTICIPATION IN THE REVISION OF PROGRAM POLICY TO MEET CONTINUOUS SOCIAL CHANGE. IN THE FIRST SECTION, THE INTERRELATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE LEARNING, ARE ARTICLES BY LANE, GARDNER, MORTON, WALSH, AND WERTHEIMER ON TEACHER METHODOLOGY, MOTIVATION IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING, THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM OF TOMORROW, AND THE LANGUAGE SKILLS. FRENCH, RUSSIAN, GERMAN, ENGLISH, AND SPANISH ARE TREATED SEPARATELY UNDER PART TWO, BUT ARE ALL RELATED TO THE THEME OF METHODS AND MATERIALS USED IN DEVELOPING INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING. FOR ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE, NEWMARK AND STEVICK DISCUSS INTERFERENCE IN LANGUAGE LEARNING AND MICROWAVES USED FOR TRANSMITTING LANGUAGE SKILLS. FRENCH IS THE CONCERN OF MARTY AND HARRIS IN THEIR WORKS ON OBJECTIVITY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND DEVELOPING READING SKILLS IN AUDIOLINGUALLY TRAINED ADULTS. BIRKMAIER AND SCHERER COVER GERMAN IN THEIR REPORTS ON THE EXTENSION OF THE AUDIOLINGUAL APPROACH AND MORE EFFECTIVE INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING. FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING AND SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR RUSSIAN ARE HANDLED BY LIAPUNOV AND BAKER. THE LAST FOUR SPEECHES OF THIS SECTION ARE ON SPANISH IN THE CLASSROOM, IN THE LABORATORY, AND ABROAD, AND ON SPANISH SYNTAX, PREPARED BY DEL OLMO, MORTON, FREEMAN, AND CANNADAY. TWO DISCUSSIONS BY DAVIDSON AND SCHERER AND A POSTSCRIPT BY WILLIAM RILEY PARKER COMPRISE PART THREE, CONCERNED WITH THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM OF TOMORROW. A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, A COPY OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM, AND A LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE APPENDIXES. THIS REPORT OF THE MARCH 11-13, 1965 FOREIGN LANGUAGE CONFERENCE AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY IS AVAILABLE AS PART TWO OF THE "INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AMERICAN LINGUISTICS," VOLUME 32, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1966. IT IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS NUMBER 40 FOR $4.50 FROM THE RESEARCH CENTER IN ANTHROPOLOGY, FOLKLORE, AND LINGUISTICS, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA, 47403. (SS)
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Identifiers: INDIANA LANGUAGE PROGRAM