ERIC Number: ED024042
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Publication Date: 1968
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Programmed Learning and the Language Laboratory 1.
Bung, Klaus, Ed.
The author has compiled these papers in an attempt to show (1) the relevance of programed learning research for language teaching, (2) how better materials for the language laboratory can be developed, and (3) how the language laboratory can be used more efficiently. The first part of this two-part volume contains papers on programed learning in general--(1) "Towards an Operational Definition of Programmed Learning" by Derick Unwin, (2) "The Mathetics Style of Programming" by Ivor K. Davies, (3) "Memory and Programme Construction" by Ernst Ludwig, and (4) "Algorithms and Programmed Instruction" by L.N. Landa. Papers in Part 2 are concerned with language instruction--(5) "Some Thoughts on Programming Modern Languages for the Tape-Recorder" by Klaus Bung, (6) "A Psycholinguistic Critique of Programmed Foreign Language" by Bernard Spolsky, (7) "Programmed Instruction in Latin" by Peter Hodge, (8) "Old English in the Language Laboratory" by Barbara Raw, (9) "Programming a Phonetic Script" by P.G. O'Neill, (10) "Uses of the 'Audio-Adapter'" by Klaus Bung, and (11) "A Model for the Construction and Use of Adaptive Algorithmic Language Programmes" by Klaus Bung. Notes on the author and his publications follow each paper; several authors have included bibliographies. See related document AL 001 032. (AMM)
Descriptors: Algorithms, Bibliographies, Cybernetics, Language Instruction, Language Laboratories, Latin, Old English, Phonetic Transcription, Programed Instruction, Programed Instructional Materials, Programing, Programing Problems, Psycholinguistics, Tape Recorders
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