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ERIC Number: ED146790
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 280
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Speaking in Many Tongues: Essays in Foreign-Language Teaching. Expanded 2nd Edition.
Rivers, Wilga M.
This volume includes the following seventeen essays on foreign language teaching: (1) "Rules, Patterns, and Creativity"; (2) "Talking Off the Tops of Their Heads"; (3) "From Linguistic Competence to Communicative Competence"; (4) "Testing and Student Learning"; (5) "Contrastive Linguistics in Textbook and Classroom"; (6) "From Skill Acquisition to Language Control"; (7) "Motivating through Classroom Techniques"; (8) "Motivation in Bilingual Programs"; (9) "The Foreign Language Teacher and Cognitive Psychology or Where Do We Go from Here?"; (10) "Linguistic and Psychological Factors in Speech Perception and Their Implications for Teaching Materials"; (11) "Foreign Languages in a Time of Change"; (12) "From the Pyramid to the Commune: The Evolution of the Foreign-Language Department"; (13) "The Non-Major: Tailoring the Course to Fit the Person - Not the Image"; (14) "University of Illinois Questionnaire of Student Interests in Foreign Languages"; (15) "Teacher-Student Relations: Coercion or Cooperation"; (16) "Individualized Instruction and Cooperative Learning: Some Theoretical Considerations"; and (17) "Students, Teachers, and the Future." (CLK)
Newbury House Publishers, Inc., 68 Middle Road, Rowley, Massachusetts 01969 ($6.95)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Note: For related document, see ED 081 267