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ERIC Number: ED019023
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 4
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A TECHNIQUE FOR LANGUAGE LABORATORY TESTING.
RUDE, BEN D.
A TECHNIQUE FOR ORAL TESTING IN THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY IS OUTLINED. TO PROPERLY TEST STUDENTS' ORAL ABILITY, THE TEST SHOULD BE PREPARED LIKE THE LESSONS--CUE OR QUESTION, STUDENT RESPONSE, CORRECT RESPONSE. SO AS NOT TO REQUIRE EXCESSIVE GRADING TIME ON THE TEACHER'S PART, THE LABORATORY SHOULD HAVE FACILITIES TO START AND STOP STUDENT TAPE RECORDERS REMOTELY, AND TO RECORD STUDENT TAPES ON MORE THAN ONE CONSOLE TAPE RECORDER. THE FACT THAT LABORATORIES WITH PROVISIONS FOR TESTING ARE NOT READILY AVAILABLE INDICATES APATHY OR IGNORANCE ABOUT THE LABORATORY'S POTENTIAL AS A TESTING, AS WELL AS A TEACHING, DEVICE. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN "LANGUAGE LEARNING," VOLUME 17, DECEMBER 1967, PAGES 151-153. (AF)
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