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50 Years of ERIC
50 Years of ERIC
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ERIC Number: ED015811
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 49
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GOOD PRONUNCIATION (AND) DAILY LOG FOR TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE USING THE AUDIO-LINGUAL METHOD.
ESTRADA, BEATRICE; STREIFF, PAUL
THIS GUIDEBOOK WAS DEVELOPED TO ASSIST THE TEACHERS OF NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING YOUNGSTERS WITH THE INSTRUCTION OF ENGLISH. THE 1ST PART OF THE BOOK IS DIVIDED INTO 5 SECTIONS, COVERING INTONATION, PITCH, STRESS, JUNCTURE, AND THE 3 ESSENTIALS OF PRONUNCIATION. A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCE SECTION IS ALSO INCLUDED IN THE 1ST PART. THE SECOND PORTION OF THIS GUIDEBOOK IS DEVOTED TO THE AUDIO-LINGUAL METHOD OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. 59 LESSON PLANS ARE INCLUDED FOR USE WITH PRE-FIRST AND 1ST GRADE CHILDREN. THESE LESSON PLANS WERE DEVELOPED UNDER THE FOLLOWING ASSUMPTIONS--(1) THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN CHILD OR THE INDIAN CHILD WHO COMES TO SCHOOL WITH A COMMAND OF HIS NATIVE LANGUAGE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND OR COMMUNICATE WITH HIS TEACHER UNTIL HE HAS LEARNED SOME ENGLISH, (2) A CHILD'S LANGUAGE DEVELOPS THROUGH IMITATION, PRACTICE, RESPONSE, AND REINFORCEMENT THROUGH LISTENING, AND THE VOCABULARY DEVELOPS THROUGH USE OF THE LANGUAGE IN NATURAL STRUCTURAL AND INTONATIONAL PATTERNS, (3) SOUNDS SHOULD NOT BE TAUGHT ONLY IN ISOLATION, BUT SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO STRUCTURAL PATTERNS, PHRASES, EXPRESSIONS, AND THEIR COMBINATION, AND (4) ORAL REPETITION IS ESSENTIAL. (ES)
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Authoring Institution: Arizona State Dept. of Public Instruction, Phoenix.
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