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ERIC Number: ED086008
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Apr-18
Pages: 21
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The Input-Output Relation in Language Behavior.
Bung, Klaus
This paper is part of a series presented at the symposium on a European units/credits system for modern language learning to adults. Included are a list of 58 modules or units of study, together with some indication of real-life situations in which the skills associated with the modules could be used. These modules have to be further divided so that a greater freedom of choice can be given to users with more particular needs and interests. As an aid to the establishment and justification of the modules of the units/credits system, a mathematical model is being developed. The modules presented in this report are a selection of those that can be derived from the model. Also included here are a model for the comprehension of unclear utterances, minimal skills of a foreign language copy-typist, a representation of conversation, and a general outlook for further work. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Council of Europe, Strasbourg (France). Committee for Out-of-School Education and Cultural Development.
Note: Paper presented at a symposium on "A European Units/Credits System for Modern Language Learning by Adults," St. Wolfgang, Austria, June 17 through 28, 1973