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ERIC Number: ED345558
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991-May
Pages: 141
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Language Association Bulletin, Volume 42, Numbers 1-5.
Language Association Bulletin, v42 n1-5 1990-91
The five numbers of this journal for foreign language teachers include these articles: "Articulation: Beyond the Syllabus"; "Total Immersion in French at the Elementary School Level: An Observer's Report"; "'Columbus Countdown 1992' Announces a Cultural Project in New York City"; "Revising the Scope and Content of the Foreign Language Teacher Education Curriculum"; "The First Year Teacher: Transition to Professionalism"; "Two Languages for Everyone: Working Principles of the New York State Council on Languages"; "The Classics' Response to Language as Communication"; "The Role of Native Language Instruction in Bilingual Education Programs"; "The Issues Confronting ESOL Professionals"; "Foreign Languages Education: An Era of Challenges Renewed"; "SCOL's Agenda: Past, Present and Future"; "Working Together: Resources for Foreign Language Instruction"; "A Hands-On Guide to Establishing Articulation"; "Once Again: Why Study Literature?"; "'Tis a Puzzlement': Requiem for the Communicative Approach"; "Italian--A Living Language, Not Afraid to Change"; "A Shot in the Arm"; "Cooperative Learning Tasks from Interdependence to Independence"; "Investing in the Future of Foreign Language Teaching: A Design for Teacher Preparation"; "Relevant Reading Using Real Resources"; "Some Observations About India"; "India--Linguistically Speaking"; and "Moscow-Brighton Telecommunications Program." Conference summaries, book reviews, and professional notes and announcements are also included in each number. (MSE)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers.
Identifiers: Columbus (Christopher); India; New York (New York); New York State Council on Languages; Professionalism