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A study of the nature, extent, and effectiveness of foreign language education in the Soviet Union is presented. Research methodology consisted of reading available literature and a panel discussion wiht three Soviet language teaching specialists, then review of a draft report by additional specialists from Moscow and the United States. The report…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Criteria
Intensive Methods of Language Teaching. Reports from the Language Centre for Finnish Universities No. 33.
Laihiala-Kankainen, Sirkka – 1988
This publication discusses the use of intensive teaching methods for language instruction, also known as suggestopedia ("suggestopaedy"). The theory of suggestopedia, various methods developed from the theory, and their applications are described. A description of Lozanov's suggestopedic method precedes a discussion about the various…
Descriptors: Experimental Programs, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Instructional Effectiveness
Defense Language Institute Russian Basic Course. Volumes XXVIII, Lessons 131-140. Volume XXX, Lessons 151-159.
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Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1968
The 19 lessons in these two volumes are intended for the advanced phase of a 159-lesson intensive audiolingual basic Russian course developed recently by the Defense Language Institute to train native speakers of English to a Level 3 second language proficiency. These third and fifth volumes contain such features as (1) texts on the Russian Civil…
Descriptors: Advanced Programs, Audiolingual Methods, Factual Reading, Grammar
Russian Advanced Course: Glossary to Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Novel "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich."
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Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1972
This glossary is intended to assist students seeking to broaden their knowledge of Russian as it is currently spoken. The lexical items, largely consisting of idioms and colloquialisms, are listed with English translations, in the order of their appearance in the text and grouped to correspond to each individual page of the book. The novel is…
Descriptors: Advanced Students, Cultural Education, Disadvantaged, Expressive Language