ERIC Number: ED146773
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings, Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages, Volume 27, Part 2: Second Language Teaching. Pedagogy and Linguistics.
Benseler, David P., Ed.
The forty papers that make up the second part of the proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages cover a wide range of topics relating to foreign language teaching and linguistic theory: the interdisciplinary approach to second language instruction, individualized instruction, foreign language education for adults, communicative competence in second languages, textbook selection, audiovisual aids, culture instruction, vocabulary expansion, generative grammar and dialect differences, sociolinguistic considerations in second language teaching, grammar, the preparation of concordance data, study abroad, language testing, error analysis, language dominance assessment, and ethnicity. (CLK)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Career Education, Communicative Competence (Languages), Cultural Education, Dialects, Error Analysis (Language), Ethnicity, French, German, Grammar, Instructional Materials, Interdisciplinary Approach, Language Dominance, Language Instruction, Language Proficiency, Language Tests, Language Usage, Linguistic Theory, Literature, Mexican Americans, Minority Groups, Portuguese, Quechua, Second Language Learning, Semantics, Sociolinguistics, Spanish, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Methods, Testing, Textbooks, Transformational Generative Grammar, Vocabulary
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages.
Note: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages (27th, Seattle, Washington, April 23-24, 1976) ; Some parts may be marginally legible due to small print