ERIC Number: ED292332
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Shaping the Future of Foreign Language Education: FLES, Articulation, and Proficiency. Report of Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Lalande, John F. II, Ed.
Selected papers from the 1988 conference on foreign language issues for the future include: "Articulation for Elementary School Foreign Language Programs: Challenges and Opportunities" (Carol Ann Pesola); "Articulation: A Resolvable Problem?" (Dale L. Lange); "Profiles of Frustration: Second Language Learners with Specific Learning Disabilities" (Bettye J. Myer, Leonore Ganschow); "Improving Foreign Language Teaching through Innovative Recruiting and Training" (Mary E. Apodaca, Kathleen Y. Ensz, Jan C. Herrera, Lynn A. Sandstedt); "Urban FLES Models: Progress and Promise" (Carolyn Andrade, Diane Ging); "Rural FLES Models: Teachers and Students Learning a Foreign Language" (Patricia Davis Wiley); "Language Learning through Science Activities: Grade School (F.L.A.G.) and Immersion Settings" (Elvina L. Palma, Bettye J. Myer); "Hispanic-American Songs and Poems for the Classroom" (Cida S. Chase); "Strategies for the Teaching of Vocabulary Based on Oral Frequency Counts" (T. Wendell Jackson, J. Halvor Clegg); "Proficiency Orientation, Vocabulary, and Selected First-Year College German Textbooks" (Sibylle Bolton); and "Activities for Building Students' Proficiency in Spanish Classes" (Carmen Garcia, Odette Scott, William Bruhn). (MSE)
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), Classroom Techniques, Educational Trends, Elementary Education, FLES, Futures (of Society), German, Higher Education, Hispanic American Culture, Language Proficiency, Language Teachers, Learning Disabilities, Rural Schools, Science Activities, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Programs, Spanish, Teacher Education, Teacher Recruitment, Textbooks, Trend Analysis, Urban Schools, Vocabulary Development
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Books
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Note: Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (Denver, CO, April 13-16, 1988). For individual papers, see FL 017 250-260.