ERIC Number: ED327054
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
FLES News, Volume 3, Numbers 1-3, 1989-1990.
FLES News, v3 n1-3 1989-1990
These three issues of the FLES News newsletter contain the following articles: "What I Learned in Second Grade: A French Teacher's Experience" (Pat Westphal); "Foreign Language Program Articulation: Building Bridges from Elementary to Secondary School" (Jo Anne Wilson; an ERIC Digest); "How Do Principals View Foreign Languages?" (William Baranick); "Western Europe Stresses Early Language Learning" (Reinhold Freudenstein); "ACTFL [American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages] Identifies Elementary School Foreign Languages as a National Priority" (Sheri Houpt); "How Much Foreign Language Do Children Hear in Nonintensive Language Programs?" (Elsa Statzner); "Bienvenue--A la Soiree Francaise" (Marion Slamowitz); "An Integrated Approach: Teaching Physical Education and Healthful Living Concepts through Second Language" (Sonia S. Torres-Quinones, Judy C. Peel). The newsletters also contain information on conferences, new instructional and related materials, language-related actions in the federal government, and suggested classroom activities, and include some reproduced children's classroom creations. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Articulation (Education), Class Activities, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Government, FLES, Foreign Countries, French, Grade 2, Instructional Materials, Language of Instruction, Language Teachers, Physical Education, Principals, Professional Associations, Program Development, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Programs, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Network for Early Language Learning.
Identifiers: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Langs; Europe (West)
Note: The "FLES News" newsletter is published three times a year (Fall, Winter, Spring).