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ERIC Number: ED021506
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 15
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A Report on the Use of Color Coded Cards to Promote Individualized Instruction in Spanish Classes.
Hively, Louise F.
A report on the use of color-coded cards to teach slow learners beginning Spanish is presented here. Each card packet taught a specific concept and allowed for individualized pacing and self-testing. Achievement tests were administered at specific intervals to assess student progress. The report indicates that there was a significant increase in the number of passing grades among students in this individualized program. Recommendations are that the maximum size of a low ability class be twenty students, that color-coded cards continue to be used with the low-ability group, and that color cards also be developed for more advanced language students. A sample achievement test is appended to the report. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Abington High School, PA. North Campus.