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Kunschak, Claudia – Journal of Intensive English Studies, 1998
Presents a brief introduction to current models of curriculum development and evaluation, analyzes their relevance to curriculum practice based on a case study of the curriculum process in English-as-a-Second-Language program at a multistate community college in the Southwest, and suggests implications for future development based on current…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Community Colleges, Curriculum Development, Educational Trends
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
Reid, Joy – Journal of Intensive English Studies, 1992
An overview of how reading has been used in the English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) writing classroom is offered, example of changes in reading and writing models are examined, current views of the connections between reading and writing are discussed, and application of these connections in one advanced ESL writing class is reported. (85…
Descriptors: Advanced Courses, Course Descriptions, English (Second Language), Intensive Language Courses
Sciarone, A. G.; Montens, F. – IRAL, 1990
Focuses on the teaching of French-as-a-Second-Language in Holland. The following questions are discussed: (1) Can an intensive teaching method be used in a nonintensive setting? (2) Can learning be accelerated (i.e., can two years be taught in one). (SBR)
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), Educational Environment, Foreign Countries, French