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ERIC Number: ED061800
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Sep
Pages: 11
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Algunos aspectos sicolinguisticos de la Instruccion Programada en el laboratorio de idiomas (Some Psycholinguistic Aspects of Programed Instruction in the Language Laboratory).
Monteverde G., Luisa
Lenguaje y Ciencias, v11 n3 p66-76 Sep 1971
This paper presents ideas on using programed instruction in the language laboratory for second language learning. Linear programing is more suited to language instruction than is branching, because the former more easily allows comparison between the students' and teachers' solutions and is technically less complicated and less expensive to implement. A microunit of instruction should include five phases: the teacher's solution to the problem of the microunit of the previous exercise; a new solution to the problem by the student; a new problem; the student's first solution to the problem; and a chance for the student to reproduce his solution. Five-element microunits and their advantages are discussed. (VM)
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Authoring Institution: Universidad Nacional de Trujillo (Peru). Departmento de Idiomas y Linguistica.