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ERIC Number: ED244469
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 446
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
How to Use Reproducible Illustrations in Language Remediation. The Comprehensive Guide to Methods & Materials for Students 5-18.
Ausberger, Carolyn; Mullica, Karyn
The guide describes teaching strategies, approaches to language remediation, and the selection and use of materials. Five strategies for language teaching (drill, interactive methods, informational drill, barrier games, and experience) are briefly considered, followed by 12 formats for language materials (including "analogy" cards, i.e., cards with "What's Missing?" and "What's Wrong? pictures; "front-and-back," cards with sequenced pictures on the back of each card; "sorting mats," i.e., for matching illustrations on cards to those on mats; and cut-outs). Information on constructing each of the formats is offered. Twenty sources of reproducible illustrations are listed along with information on suggested uses. The guide concludes with a section on 30 popular language goals (on such topics as adjectives, adverbs, basic concepts, cognitive skills, infinitives, listening skills, negatives, possessives, pronouns, and subordinate clauses) and five language lesson plans, covering basic concepts, past tense verbs, pronouns, referential communication, and the "-s" morpheme. (CL)
Syndactics, P.O. Box 10004, Phoenix, AZ 85064 (Catalog No. 383-200, $17.95).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: N/A
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