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ERIC Number: ED013043
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 50
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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ARTICULATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN UTAH.
HOWE, ELLIOT C.
THE FIVE DIVISIONS OF THIS MONOGRAPH ARE DEVOTED TO THE DIFFICULTIES OF ESTABLISHING SUCCESSFUL ARTICULATION IN PRESENT FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAMS. PARTS I AND II ARE A DESCRIPTION OF THE PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS AS VIEWED BY A FLES TEACHER, A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER, A SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER, AND A COLLEGE TEACHER. ADDITIONAL VIEWPOINTS OF A PRINCIPAL, A HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR, AND AN ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT ARE EXPRESSED IN PART III AS A MEANS OF AVOIDING A ONE-SIDED APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF ARTICULATION. PART IV IS AN OUTLINE OF THE REACTIONS TO A SYMPOSIUM ON ARTICULATION BY THE TEACHERS WHOSE REPORTS ON THE SAME TOPIC APPEAR IN PARTS I AND II. GIVING A TOTAL PICTURE OF THE PROBLEM OF ARTICULATION IS A SPEECH BY LESTER MCKIM, PRESENTED IN PART V, IN WHICH HE DISCUSSES THE PLANNING AND IMPROVEMENT OF SEQUENTIAL LANGUAGE LEARNING FROM KINDERGARTEN THROUGH COLLEGE. (SS)
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Authoring Institution: Utah State Board of Education, Salt Lake City.
Identifiers: UTAH STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION