ERIC Number: ED031973
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961
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Teaching Spanish: A Linguistic Orientation.
Politzer, Robert L.; Staubach, Charles N.
Applied linguistics is set forth as a teaching method for basic Spanish skills. General questions of method are considered in the first part, with attention focused on linguistic and non-linguistic teaching procedures. A linguistic teaching method and psychological aspects of language learning are also discussed. In the much lengthier second part, the application of linguistic concepts is described. Chapters cover general phonetics and phonemics; and the teaching of pronunciation, morphology, syntactical patterns, and vocabulary. A bibliography is included. (AF)
Descriptors: Applied Linguistics, College Language Programs, Language Instruction, Language Skills, Phonemics, Phonetics, Pronunciation, Psycholinguistics, Second Language Learning, Secondary Schools, Spanish, Syntax, Tables (Data), Teaching Methods, Vocabulary
Blaisdell Publishing Company, 275 Wymon St., Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 (pap. $4.50)
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