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ERIC Number: ED013585
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 61
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Reference Count: 0
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USING THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY.
LADU, TORA TUVE
TO ENCOURAGE UTILIZATION OF THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY AS A TEACHING TECHNIQUE, THIS BULLETIN DESCRIBES SUCH POSSIBLE USES OF THE LABORATORY AS PROGRAMING LESSONS, RECORDING, AND TESTING LANGUAGE SKILL DEVELOPMENT. ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS OF THE LABORATORY IS THE PATTERN DRILL, DESCRIBED HERE FOR FRENCH, GERMAN, AND SPANISH. EXAMPLES ARE GIVEN IN EACH OF THESE LANGUAGES FOR REPETITION DRILLS, TRANSFORMATION DRILLS, SUBSTITUTION DRILLS, PROGRESSIVE DRILLS, COMBINED SUBSTITUTION AND TRANSFORMATION DRILLS, AND ANALOGY DRILLS. OTHER SECTIONS INCLUDE A LIST OF LANGUAGE LABORATORY TERMS GIVEN IN FRENCH, GERMAN, AND SPANISH, BASIC PRINCIPLES CONSTITUTING A GOOD TAPE, BRIEF DISCUSSIONS OF LABORATORY MAINTENANCE AND EVALUATION, AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RELATED MATERIALS. (SS)
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Dept. of Public Instruction, Raleigh.
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