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ERIC Number: ED024294
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Sep
Pages: 4
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Research Results in Three Large Televised FLES Programs.
Randall, E.S.
Three research projects conducted by three major televised FLES programs attempted to assess the effect of follow-up activities by the classroom teacher. The programs involved in the projects were "Parlons Francais," the University of Illinois Foreign Language Instruction Project (Spanish), and the Denver-Stanford Project on the Context of Instructional Television (Spanish). The article gives a capsule description of the design of each project and briefly summarizes the findings in each case, which, in general, indicate that the effect of televised FLES instruction depends greatly on the quality of the classroom follow-up activities. (AF)
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Identifiers: Denver Stanford Project; Parlons Francais; University of Illinois FI Instruction Project
Note: Paper read at the International Conference on Modern Foreign Language Teaching, West Berlin, September 1964.