ERIC Number: ED366230
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
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Foreign Language Research in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Volume 2.
de Bot, Kees, Ed.; And Others
Papers from a conference on empirical research on foreign language instruction in Europe and the United States include: "Foreign Language Instruction and Second Language Acquisition Research in the United States" (Charles A. Fergurson, Thom Huebner); "Empirical Foreign Language Research in Europe" (Theo van Els, Kees de Bot, Bert Weltens); "Introduction to the Section Measurement and Research Design" (Ralph B. Ginsberg); "Focus on Form: A Design Feature in Language Teaching Methodology" (Michael H. Long); "Pros, Cons, and Limits to Quantitative Approaches in Foreign Language Acquisition Research" (W. E. Lambert); "Ask a Stupid Questions...:Testing Language Proficiency in the Context of Research Studies" (Christine Klein-Braley); "Item Response Theory and Reduced Redundancy Techniques: Some Notes on Recent Developments in Language Testing" (Mats Oscarson); "Introduction to the Section on Teaching Environments" (Kees de Bot); "Research on Language Teaching Methodologies: A Review of the Past and an Agenda for the Future" (Diane Larsen-Freeman); "Problems in Defining Instructional Methodologies" (Christopher Brumfit); "Evaluation of Foreign Language Teaching Projects and Programmes" (Rosamond Mitchell); "The Characterization of Teaching and Learning Environments: Problems and Perspectives" (Dick Allwright); "Introduction to the Section Learning Environments" (Claire Kramsch); "Some Ins and Outs of Foreign Language Classroom Research" (Willis J. Edmondson); "Linguistic Theory and Foreign Language Learning Environments" (Suzanne Flynn); "Culture in Language Learning: A View from the United States" (Claire Kramsch); and "Implications of Intelligent Tutoring Systems for Research and Practice in Foreign Language Learning" (Ralph B. Ginsberg). (MSE)
Descriptors: Classroom Research, Comparative Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Cultural Education, Educational Environment, Foreign Countries, Item Response Theory, Language Proficiency, Language Research, Language Tests, Linguistic Theory, Measurement Techniques, Program Evaluation, Research Design, Research Methodology, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Second Languages, Teaching Methods, Testing
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
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Identifiers - Location: United States