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ERIC Number: ED027769
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 385
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Some Approaches to Programming for Language Laboratories with Proposals for Increasing Their Effectiveness.
Lamerand, Raymond Jean
Discussed in this thesis are the linear (Skinner), intrinsic, adjunctive, mathetics, and idiomorphic approaches to language laboratory programing. The appropriateness of these different programing styles is considered along with the setting up of objectives, evaluation, and relevant linguistic theory. A programed French phonetics course is analyzed in detail, and a literature program is outlined. Two concluding bibliographies group references by chapters and list references on foreign language teaching and testing that deal with programed learning. (AF)
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Note: Thesis presented in fulfillment of Master of Arts' degree requirements at Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia