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ERIC Number: ED019910
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Jan
Pages: 3
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THE USE OF THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY TO TEACH THE READING LESSON.
MEIDEN, WALTER; MURPHY, JOSEPH A.
THE IDEAL LABORATORY DRILL FOR A READING LESSON SHOULD TEST COMPREHENSION OF THE MATERIAL AND ALSO BUILD UP AUDIOLINGUAL SKILLS. TO MEET THESE OBJECTIVES, DRILL QUESTIONS OF THE YES-NO, EITHER-OR, AND INFORMATIONAL TYPE MUST BE CAREFULLY DEVELOPED TO ELICIT APPROPRIATELY PATTERNED RESPONSES. THIS TYPE OF LABORATORY EXERCISE, COMBINED WITH SKILLFULLY DIRECTED CLASSROOM FOLLOW-UP DRILL, HAS BEEN USED SUCCESSFULLY IN BOTH INTERMEDIATE AND BEGINNING LANGUAGE CLASSES. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN "THE MODERN LANGUAGE JOURNAL," VOLUME 52, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1968, PAGES 23-25. (AR)
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Authoring Institution: National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations.
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