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ERIC Number: ED061832
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
Pages: 14
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Audio-Visual Aids to the Learning of EFL for Vocational Purposes.
Lee, W. R.
Audiovisual aids can be helpful in language learning associated with education in a particular vocational field. While students in all fields must master the grammar of a language, the vocabulary needed may vary according to the vocation a student has chosen. Audiovisual aids can help a student preparing for a particular occupation. Visual aids can illustrate environment and situations for language use. Recordings of people on-the-job provide examples of dialect pronunciations and idiosyncratic or so-called careless speech. Through audiovisual aids, the student can obtain a good idea of the linguistic demands of a particular job or occupation through glimpses of the work or activity to which the language relates. (Author/VM)
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Note: Paper presented at the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language meeting, Middlesex, England, January 1972