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ERIC Number: ED138042
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 280
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Second Language Teaching 75 (Including Linguistics).
Hammerly, Hector, Ed.; Sawyer, Isabel, Ed.
This volume contains the second part of the proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages. The focus is on second language teaching, and relevant linguistic research is included. The proceedings are divided into six major sections. Following the major addresses, which concern audiolingual methods and the future of foreign language instruction in North America, the papers in the general second language teaching section cover audiovisual aids, career education, the modification of foreign language programs, instruction in community colleges, and study abroad. The third section handles the panel discussions and workshops, at which high school instruction, community attitudes, information dissemination and the ERIC system, two-year college language programs, and teaching methods are discussed. A fourth section provides papers on specific aspects of French culture and methods of teaching it. In the applied linguistic section, the acquisition of grammar, idiom, and style is covered, as well as the teaching of advanced syntax, and native- and non-native acquisition of English in children. Papers on Romance linguistics, English verb morphology, French syntax, Russian aspect, and Spanish phonology comprise the sixth section. Appendices include the conference program, minutes, and administrative information. (CLK)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages, Portland, OR.
Note: For related documents, see FL 007 843-881 ; Part Two of the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages, Inc. (26th, Simon Fraser University, April 17-19, 1975)