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ERIC Number: EJ117739
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Attitudes of Students, Teachers, and Administrators toward Ability Grouping for Individualizing Instruction
Papalia, Anthony
Foreign Language Annals, 8, 1, 54-55, Mar 75
Foreign language students, teachers and administrators in Erie County, New York, were interviewed to determine their attitudes toward grouping pupils according to achievement in foreign languages. Some teachers were found to prefer ability grouping, but administrators favored heterogeneous grouping. Average achievers and male students favored ability grouping. Ability grouping for small-group work within heterogeneous classrooms is advocated. (KM)
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