ERIC Number: ED374646
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
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Languages Across the Curriculum. Translation Perspectives VII. 1994. Invited Essays on the Use of Foreign Languages throughout the Postsecondary Curriculum.
Straight, H. Stephen, Ed.
The papers in this special issue provide both a general overview and detailed discussion of specific examples of the languages across the curriculum (LAC) movement that is currently gaining momentum in colleges and universities in the United States. Papers include: (1) "International Students as Resource Specialists: Binghamton's Languages Across the Curriculum (LxC) Program" (H. Stephen Straight, Marilyn Gaddis Rose, Ellen H. Badger); (2) "Some Psycholinguistic Arguments in Favor of the Binghamton LxC Model for Languages Across the Curriculum" (H. Stephen Straight); (3) "Languages Across the Curriculum: More than a Good Idea" (Frank L. Ryan); (4) "Using Foreign Languages in Higher Education" (Richard D. Lambert); (5) "Some Thoughts Concerning Languages Across the Curriculum" (G. Richard Tucker); (6) "A Slightly Different Approach to Languages Across the Curriculum" (James K. Lyon); (7) "Languages Across the Curriculum: Connections with Secondary Language Education" (Deborah J. Short); (8) "Discipline-Based Language Study: Tailored Formats for Diverse Contexts" (Marjorie Bingham Wesche); (9) "Perspectives on Foreign Languages Across the Curriculum Based on the University of Minnesota Experience" (Carol A. Klee and Michael F. Metcalf); (10) "Languages Across the Curriculum: An Agenda" (Wendy W. Allen and Keith O. Anderson); and (11) "Languages Across the Curriculum Across the Country" (Richard Jurasek). (MDM)
Descriptors: College Programs, Educational Attitudes, Educational Strategies, Foreign Students, Graduate Students, Higher Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Language Attitudes, Languages for Special Purposes, Models, Program Descriptions, Program Development, Psycholinguistics, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Second Language Programs, Secondary Education
Marilyn Gaddis Rose, Managing Editor, Center for Research in Translation, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY 13902 ($25 prepaid, $20 billed; volumes I-VI $10; make checks payable to CRIT; outside the U.S. and its possessions, make checks payable to an American bank in U.S. dollars).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
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Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Binghamton.