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ERIC Number: ED017214
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 33
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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A STUDY OF THE ARTICULATION BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEACHING OF GERMAN.
GORDON, FANNETTA N.
THE RESEARCH PROJECT REPORTED HERE INVESTIGATED THE TEACHING OF GERMAN ON THE SECONDARY AND COLLEGE LEVELS, ESPECIALLY IN TERMS OF THE PROBLEM OF ARTICULATION. SURVEY FORMS WERE SENT TO HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES IN SIX RANDOMLY SELECTED STATES, AND THE FACT THAT THE RESPONSE WAS LOW INDICATES A LACK OF INTEREST IN ARTICULATION. INCLUDED HERE ARE PERSONAL STATEMENTS AND EXTENSIVE TABULATED DATA FROM THE SURVEYS ON THE VARIOUS GOALS OF TEACHING GERMAN, THE METHODS USED TO ACCOMPLISH OBJECTIVES, THE MANY MATERIALS (ESPECIALLY TEXTBOOKS) USED, AND THE EFFORTS MADE TO ARTICULATE PROGRAMS. RESULTS SHOW VAST DIFFERENCES IN AIMS, METHODS, MATERIALS, AND ATTITUDES, AND ALMOST A TOTAL LACK OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE TWO LEVELS. SEVERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT ARE INCLUDED. (AS)
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Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., Seattle.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; ILLINOIS; MASSACHUSETTS; NEW YORK; PENNSYLVANIA; TEXAS