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ERIC Number: ED101590
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jun
Pages: 126
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Workpapers in Teaching English as a Second Language. Vol. 7.
Gorman, T. P., Ed.
This is the seventh volume in a continuing series of working papers on teaching English as a second language. The 13 papers included here represent work in progress and cover a wide variety of subjects. In the first paper, E. Hatch summarizes research on reading a second language. S. J. A. Garcia discusses some of the areas of controversy in the study of Black English. Three papers, by M. Celce-Murcia, T. P. Gorman, and J. Povey present specific ESL teaching techniques. C. H. Prator's "The Dimensions of English Instruction in Jordan" was prepared as an introductory chapter for the report of the English Language Policy Survey of Jordan conducted during the summer of 1972. The first two years of the Culver City, California, Spanish Immersion Program are described in detail by A. D. Cohen, V. Fier, and M. S. Flores. Dr. Cohen also gives a report on the UCLA English Language Placement Examination, and J. Oller and E. Rand comment on some of the research work done on the effectiveness of the examination. J. D. Bowen writes about the Russian teacher exchange program at UCLA. Some recommendations for improving English education in Japan are given in the paper by K. Suzuki, and in the final paper J. D. Green discusses how to make better tape recordings. Abstracts of recent UCLA Master of Arts TESL theses are appended to the volume. (PMP)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Los Angeles. Dept. of English.