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ERIC Number: ED073469
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 83
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The Aural-Oral Method of Teaching Usage in the Total English Program.
Suhor, Charles; And Others
This study discusses methods for integrating aural-oral instruction in grammar and usage within the total program of junior and senior high school English. The fundamental purpose of this method is to teach students speaking nonstandard English dialects the why, how, and when of using a second dialect. The study discusses (1) a definition of aural-oral instruction; (2) a diagnosis of student needs in usage; (3) the student's and teacher's preparation for this form of instruction; (4) sample pattern practices in this method; (5) ways to integrate this method into the total English program; (6) role playing; (7) choral reading; (8) literature and the aural-oral method; (9) composition and the aural-oral method; (10) mechanics and spelling; and (11) tests and grading. Also included are a bibliography and three appendixes consisting of a checklist for daily pattern practice, sample student journal entries, and test assignments. (Author/DI)
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Authoring Institution: New Orleans Public Schools, LA. Div. of Instruction.