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ERIC Number: ED020490
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 8
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A FACT SHEET CONCERNING CLOSED CIRCUIT INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING.
Sogang Jesuit Coll., Seoul (South Korea).
THIS "FACT SHEET" IS A DESCRIPTION OF A PROJECT FINANCED BY THE ASIA FOUNDATION AND THE SOGANG JESUIT COLLEGE IN SEOUL, KOREA, IN 1966. THE PROJECT WAS DESIGNED TO DEVELOP MORE EFFECTIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TECHNIQUES AT SOGANG COLLEGE WHICH MAY LATER BE APPLIED TO BROADCAST INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION IN KOREA. DESCRIBED ARE THE FOLLOWING--(1) THE KEY PRINCIPLES OPERATIVE IN THE SCHEDULE, (2) A SAMPLE SCHEDULE, (3) THE MATERIALS USED (AUDIO LAB TAPES AND "SPOKEN AMERICAN ENGLISH," BY WILLIAM CLARK), (4) AN "IDEAL" DESIGN FOR A FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSE AS PROPOSED BY JOHN B. CARROLL IN 1953 AND HOW THIS PROGRAM COMPARES WITH IT, (5) THE INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION FILM FORMAT, AND (6) STUDENT COMMENTS WHICH INDICATE THAT THEY FOUND THE TV AND PRINTED WORDS ON THE SCREEN HELPFUL AND GAINED A NEW AWARENESS OF THE MEANINGFULNESS OF GESTURES AND ACTIONS. APPENDED IS A TRANSLATION OF THE RESULTS OF A QUESTIONNAIRE GIVEN TO THE FRESHMEN AFTER TWO WEEKS OF STUDY WITH THE TV PRESENTATIONS OF ENGLISH DIALOGS. (AMM)
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Authoring Institution: Sogang Jesuit Coll., Seoul (South Korea).
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