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ERIC Number: ED031987
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 14
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Programmed Instruction Versus Guided Learning in Foreign Language Acquisition.
Valdman, Albert
Die Unterrichtspraxis, v1 n2 p1-14 Fall 1968
Criticism against the application of Skinnerian programed instruction techniques to foreign language learning is advanced, while the development of a largely self-instructional guided learning program with live teachers and other students is advocated. Major attention is directed to an explanation of the principles of programed instruction, the determination of learning steps, and the concept of guided learning. The definition of language behaviors, control of student responses, teacher and student reaction, partial self-instruction, and the unpopularity of the programed instruction approach are also discussed. (AF)
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Sponsor: National Carl Schurz Association, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.
Authoring Institution: American Association of Teachers of German.
Note: Paper presented at the Modern Languages Section Meeting of the Indiana State Teachers Association Conference on Instruction, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 27, 1967