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Nahrgang, W. Lee – 1979
The first step in implementing an intensive language program is a publicity campaign to arouse student interest. The second step involves the employment of some device for pre-enrollment screening. Among screening methods, objective measurements of aptitude or ability have proven useful in the selection process. In addition, objective means of…
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Intensive Language Courses, Language Aptitude, Screening Tests
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Nahrgang, W. Lee – ADFL Bulletin, 1982
Describes the intensive German program at North Texas State University. Shows how the intensive course model may be adapted to tight budgets. (EKN)
Descriptors: College Second Language Programs, German, Higher Education, Intensive Language Courses
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Nahrgang, W. Lee – Unterrichtspraxis, 1982
Describes intensive German courses at North Texas State University and gives suggestions for publicity, screening, testing, transfer to traditional course sequence, providing special help, and maintaining a positive student attitude. Positive results strengthen belief that an effective intensive program corresponding to requirements and abilities…
Descriptors: German, Higher Education, Intensive Language Courses, Program Design