ERIC Number: ED035319
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1956
Reference Count: 0
Some Solutions to Problems Related to the Teaching of Foreign Languages in Elementary Schools.
Metropolitan School Study Council, New York, NY.
This committee report considers premises for foreign language instruction in elementary schools (FLES) and offers ideas culled from analyses of FLES syllabi. Major attention is directed to administrative problems and indicated solutions including student selection and election, teacher recruitment, suggestions for certification, choice of language to be taught, time allotment, facilities and equipment, and articulation with secondary school instruction. The chapter on ideas from program reports is in the form of an annotated bibliography. An appendix contains a statement of committee purpose and organization, figures on diffusion of FLES programs, and selected resources. (AF)
Descriptors: Administrative Problems, Annotated Bibliographies, Articulation (Education), Committees, Curriculum Guides, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Facilities, FLES, Instructional Materials, Language Instruction, Program Descriptions, Reports, Scheduling, Second Language Learning, Second Language Programs, Teacher Certification, Teacher Recruitment
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Metropolitan School Study Council, New York, NY.
Note: Report of the Committee on Foreign Languages in the Elementary School