ERIC Number: ED047584
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Reference Count: 0
Do's and Don't's of Audio-Lingual Teaching.
Some 115 comments on improving the teaching of foreign languages are organized in a broad variety of categories. They include: (1) class preparation, (2) student-teacher contact, (3) acoustic problems, (4) the role of English, (5) the use of the blackboard, (6) the role of the textbook, (7) grammar, (8) students and their questions, (9) teaching pronunciation, (10) the role of the dialogue, (11) calling on students, (12) student errors, (13) drilling procedure, (14) drill tempo and adaptations, (15) choral/individual drills, (16) gestures, (17) conversation, (18) written word, and (19) testing. Periodic reference to this list is suggested as a means by which the teacher may evaluate and improve his own classroom procedures. (RL)
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiolingual Skills, Audiovisual Instruction, Conversational Language Courses, Instructional Program Divisions, Language Instruction, Language Skills, Modern Languages, Pattern Drills (Language), Patterned Responses, Second Language Learning, Teaching Guides, Teaching Methods, Teaching Models, Testing, Writing (Composition)
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Authoring Institution: Xerox Corp., Rochester, NY.