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ERIC Number: ED017347
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 139
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TEACHER GUIDE FOR ENGLISH SPEAKING.
DINSMORE, CYRENA B.
ENGLISH SPEAKING, LEVEL I, IS INTENDED TO BE USED AS A TEACHING GUIDE FOR NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING ADULTS OR TO INTRODUCE THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO TEACH STUDENTS BEGINNING ORAL FACILITY AND TO TEACH THEM TO READ AND WRITE WORDS IN UNDERSTANDABLE SENTENCE PATTERNS. THE SOUNDS OF ENGLISH ARE TAUGHT WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CONVERSATION AND STRUCTURE. INSTRUCTION IS PLANNED AS A CORRELATED UNIT IN LISTENING, SPEAKING, READINGS, AND WRITING. FOUR BASIC TYPES OF SENTENCES ARE TAUGHT--POSITIVE STATEMENTS, NEGATIVE STATEMENTS, IMPERATIVE STATEMENTS, AND QUESTIONS. THE STUDENT WORKBOOK CONSISTS OF 150 WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH PICTURES. EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON THE FOLLOWING TYPE DRILLS--REPETITION, COMPLETION, CHAIN, WORD RECOGNITION, WRITING, READING, PRONUNCIATION, INTONATION, AND PLURAL FORMATION. INCLUDED ARE 1000 MOST-USED WORDS, WORDS WHICH HAVE TROUBLESOME SOUNDS FOR SPANISH SPEAKING ADULTS, WORDS OF MINIMAL PAIRS, DIAGRAMS FOR INTONATION OF PRONUNCIATION, AND SAMPLE LESSON PLANS. (JH)
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Authoring Institution: Home Education Livelihood Program, Albuquerque, NM.
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