ERIC Number: ED416687
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Content-Based Instruction in Foreign Language Education: Models and Methods.
Stryker, Stephen B., Ed.; Leaver, Betty Lou, Ed.
A collection of essays contains articles on content-based foreign language courses at three levels (beginning, intermediate, advanced) and on foreign languages across the curriculum, including: "Content-Based Instruction: From Theory to Practice" (Stephen B. Stryker, Betty Lou Leaver); "Content-Based Instruction in a Basic Russian Program (Leaver); "Caterpillars into Butterflies: Content-Based Instruction in a First-Year Italian Course" (Steven R. Sternfeld); "A Course To Convert Czech Proficiency into Proficiency in Croatian and Serbian" (Andrew Corin); "Text Development for Content-Based Instruction in Arabic" (Karin Ryding, Barbara Stowasser); "Content-Based Instruction in French for Journalism Students at Ohio University" (Lois Vines); "The Undergraduate Foreign Language Immersion Program in Spanish at the University of Minnesota" (Carol A. Klee, Diane J. Tedick); "The Mexico Experiment at the Foreign Service Institute" (Stryker); "Teaching for Communicative and Cultural Competence: Spanish Through Contemporary Mexican Topics" (Norma Klahn); "Content-Based Instruction: An Indonesian Example" (Jijis Chadran, Gary Esarey); "Language-Based Content Instruction" (H. Stephen Straight); "With One Stone: Models of Instruction and Their Curricular Implications in an Advanced Content-Based Foreign Language Program" (Peter A. Shaw); and "Content-Based Instruction: Some Lessons and Implications" (Stryker and Leaver). (Contains 232 references.) (MSE)
Descriptors: Advanced Courses, Arabic, Classroom Techniques, College Instruction, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Design, Czech, Foreign Countries, French, Higher Education, Immersion Programs, Instructional Design, Instructional Materials, Introductory Courses, Italian, Journalism Education, Language of Instruction, Language Proficiency, Language Role, Russian, Second Language Instruction, Second Languages, Spanish, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Transfer of Training, Uncommonly Taught Languages
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
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Identifiers - Location: Indonesia; Mexico