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ERIC Number: ED165451
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 135
Abstractor: N/A
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Intensive Language Teaching in Schools. Teaching Languages 1.
Hawkins, Eric, Ed.; Perren, G. E., Ed.
The papers in this volume concerning intensive language teaching are grouped into three sections: "Sections bilingues,""Intensive courses within schools," and "Intensive courses at external centres." A preliminary chapter by Eric Hawkins introduces the historical context of intensive language teaching and a concluding chapter by Harry Ree, "Aspects of Intensive Language Experience," emphasizes the wider purpose of learning languages. The papers in the main sections of the volume are the following: (1) "The Goethe Gymnasium, Frankfurt," by H. Fischer-Wollpert; (2) "Mill Hill School," by W. Winfield; (3) "Goffs School," by C.G. Hadley; (4) "Haygrove Comprehensive School," by A. King; (5) "King's Manor School," by B. Matthews; (6) "Archbishop Michael Ramsey School," by D. Cross; (7) "Intensive Russian, York," by D. Rix; (8) "A French Remedial Course, York," by B. Howson; (9) "Reciprocal French, York," by M. Dalwood; (10) "French and German, Somerset," by B. King; (11) "Residential Weeks in French, Pimlico School," by R. Townsend; (12) "A Two-day Oral French Course, West Sussex," by D. Maddock; (13) "One-day Intensive Courses, Leicestershire," by D. Sidwell; and (14) "Intensive Courses in Hertfordshire," by V. M. Howe. (AMH)
Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research, 20 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1 5AP, England
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Centre for Information on Language Teaching, London (England).
Identifiers: England