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ERIC Number: ED018801
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GUIDE FOR TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS. LEVEL II, PART 1.
WILSON, ROBERT; AND OTHERS
THE 55 AUDIO-LINGUAL LESSON UNITS OF "TEACHING ENGLISH EARLY" ARE DESIGNED AS A GUIDE FOR THE TEACHER OF ELEMENTARY GRADE CHILDREN WHO HAVE REACHED LEVEL II IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. AIMED PRIMARILY AT THE SPANISH-SPEAKING (MEXICAN-AMERICAN) CHILD, THIS PRE-READING MATERIAL MAY BE USED WITH OTHER LANGUAGE BACKGROUNDS. (SEE THE FINAL REPORT AND SUMMARY OF THIS PROJECT IN AL 001 240, WHICH CONTAINS THE RATIONALE FOR THIS APPROACH.) EACH LESSON UNIT IS PRESENTED IN THREE SECTIONS--(1) LESSON CONTENT, E.G., THE BASIC STRUCTURES AND SOUNDS TO BE TAUGHT, AND OCCASIONAL TESTS, SUCH AS TEAM GAMES AND GUESSING GAMES, (2) MATERIALS, E.G., THE REALIA AND OTHER TEACHING AIDS NECESSARY FOR TEACHING THE LESSON, UPON WHICH THE LESSON IS BASED, AND (3) PROCEDURE, E.G., THE DETAILED ACCOUNT OF EACH STEP OF THE LESSON. (SOME STEPS ARE SUGGESTIONS ONLY, WITH DETAILS LEFT TO THE TEACHER'S DISCRETION.) SIDE NOTES PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONCERNING PREDICTED PHONOLOGICAL AND SYNTACTIC PROBLEMS, AS WELL AS SUGGESTED TEACHING TECHNIQUES. THE FORMAT IS SIMPLIFIED, WITH A MINIMUM OF TECHNICAL TERMINOLOGY, BUT IT IS ASSUMED THAT THE TEACHER IS LINGUISTICALLY ORIENTED AND THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH THE MATERIALS AND METHODS OF THE COURSE. (AMM)
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Authoring Institution: California State Dept. of Education, Sacramento. Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education.; California Univ., Los Angeles.
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