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ERIC Number: ED019897
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 15
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A SYSTEM FOR TEACHING MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE READING. TEACHER'S NOTEBOOK IN MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES.
SCHERER, GEORGE A.C.
A SYSTEM OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION UTILIZING THE AUDIOLINGUAL APPROACH CAN ENABLE THE STUDENT TO ACHIEVE REAL READING ABILITY IN THE TARGET LANGUAGE, AS OPPOSED TO LIMITED TRANSLATION ABILITY. SUCH A CAREFULLY STRUCTURED PROGRAM, WITH CLEARLY SPECIFIED TERMINAL BEHAVIOR, STEP-BY-STEP ORGANIZATION, AND THE FACILITY FOR SELF-TESTING, ALLOWS THE STUDENT TO MASTER THE PHONETIC PATTERNS OF THE LANGUAGE, EXPAND HIS VOCABULARY TO 5,000 WORDS, AND DEVELOP AUTOMATIC COMPREHENSION. THE GAP BETWEEN CONTRIVED AND LIBERATED READING CAN BE BRIDGED IN A FOUR-YEAR HIGH SCHOOL SEQUENCE, DIVIDED INTO SIX STAGES, THE LAST OF WHICH IS THE READING OF UNADAPTED, UNGLOSSED LITERARY WORKS WITH DIRECT ASSOCIATION. (AR)
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