ERIC Number: ED159880
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
Perspective: A New Freedom. ACTFL Review of Foreign Language Education, Vol.7.
Jarvis, Gilbert A., Ed.
New freedom and change in the foreign language profession are the focus of this volume. Chapters concern the following topics: (1) curricular changes--new freedom for students to explore varying time arrangements, different learning styles, diverse content, and various locations for instruction (T. Bruce Fryer); (2) communicative competence in the classroom (Renate A. Schultz and Walter H. Bartz); (3) a trends analysis of foreign language materials (Frederick L. Jenks); (4) individual differences in student learning styles and strategies and implications for instruction (Carol Hosenfeld); (5) the theory, strategy, and practice of foreign languae reading skill development (Janet K. King, Freda M. Holley and Betty Nance Weber); (6) learner systems and error analysis (Albert Valdman); (7) communication of the benefits of foreign language instruction to the community and within the school system (Pearl M. Warner); (8) preservice training of foreign language teachers (Barbara H. Wing); and (9) foreign language instruction in Holland (Peter Slagter). (SW)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Communicative Competence (Languages), Curriculum Design, Educational Change, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Error Analysis (Language), Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Instructional Innovation, Instructional Materials, Interlanguage, Language Instruction, Language Skills, Language Teachers, Learning, Literature Reviews, Modern Language Curriculum, Preservice Teacher Education, Public Relations, Reading Instruction, Reading Skills, School Community Relationship, Second Language Learning, Student Attitudes, Student Motivation, Student Role, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Textbook Evaluation
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Authoring Institution: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New York, NY.
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