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ERIC Number: ED044962
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 175
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This Language-Learning Business.
Palmer, Harold E.; Redman, H. Vere
This compilation of writings, first published in 1932, provides a historical overview of early thought concerning the nature of language and language instruction. The authors, pioneers in the field of "natural" language learning, consider language as: (1) code, (2) literature, (3) conversation, (4) communication, (5) sounds, and (6) speech. In a section on learning theory, a variety of topics is discussed in 11 letters. The final section presents an outline of a language course, applying the principles discussed in the preceding portions. A biographical sketch of Palmer's life is accompanied by a listing of his publications. (RL)
Oxford University Press, 200 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016 ($2.00)
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Note: Language and Language Learning Series 22