ERIC Number: ED134001
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Reference Count: 0
CFLTA Kiosk of Foreign Language Aids, Vol. II.
California Foreign Language Teachers Association.
This document is a collection of articles on foreign language education from both state and national sources. The articles deal with trends in the field, resources for the foreign language teacher, creative student work and audiovisual teaching aids. The volume is divided into the following sections: (1) general language (including the articles "The Foreign Language Teacher as a Multi Cultural Educator - Promises, Pitfalls and Preparation," by Frederick Jenks and "An Outline of Methods and Materials for Presenting Culture in the Classroom," by Marianne Harvey); (2) Spanish (lists of materials for classroom use, including games, books, films, posters, records, slides, travel guides and maps, comics, paperbacks, etc.); (3) French (including an article by Kay Flanagan, "Toward Free Conversation in the Classroom"); (4) German (including a long list of classroom projects); (5) Russian; (6) Latin; (7) Miscellaneous; (8) Italian; (9) Oriental (including a list of publications concerning Vietnamese refugees in the United States); (10) Summer Workshops; and (11) Contributors' List. (CFM)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Bilingual Education, Career Opportunities, Class Activities, Classroom Environment, Cultural Activities, Educational Equipment, Educational Games, Educational Media, Films, Filmstrips, French, German, Instructional Materials, Italian, Language Instruction, Language Teachers, Maps, Modern Language Curriculum, Periodicals, Resource Materials, Russian, Second Language Learning, Spanish, Summer Programs, Teacher Developed Materials, Teaching Methods, Textbooks, Workshops
Mrs. Susan Lister, Editor, CFLTA News, P.O. Box 5995, San Jose, California, 95150 ($3.25)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Foreign Language Teachers Association.
Note: Not available in hard copy due to marginal legibility of original document