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ERIC Number: ED016663
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb-8
Pages: 20
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CONDITIONING SYNTACTIC PERFORMANCE OF CHILDREN AT VARING GRADE LEVELS BY AUDIO-LINGUAL DRILLS ON TRANSFORMATIONS.
NEY, JAMES W.
FIVE RECENT STUDIES AIMED AT MEASURING THE AMOUNT OF TRANSFER-OF-TRAINING FROM SPEECH TO WRITING (AS DEMONSTRATED BY STUDENTS PREVIOUSLY CONDITIONED THROUGH AUDIOLINGUAL CLASSROOM DRILL) ARE EVALUATED IN THIS PAPER. FOLLOWING A REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY RESEARCH, THE METHODOLOGY USED TO CONDITION THE STUDENTS AND TO TEST FOR TRANSFER IS DESCRIBED AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS METHODOLOGY AND CONDITIONING USED IN THE RECENT RESEARCH IS SUMMARIZED. NINE STATISTICAL TABLES ARE APPENDED. THIS PAPER WAS DELIVERED AT THE AERA CONVENTION (CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 8, 1968). SEE TE 000 080 FOR A RELATED REPORT. (MM)
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Identifiers: Kellog (W Hunt)