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Renshaw, J. Parke – Hispania, 1970
Descriptors: Auditory Discrimination, Intensive Language Courses, Intonation, Language Instruction
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Kalivoda, Theodore B. – Hispania, 1975
This paper discusses problems of intensive language instruction and suggests improvements. Discussed are daily contact time, class duration and size, student selection and program structure. (CK)
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Intensive Language Courses, Language Instruction, Language Skills
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Maier, Carol – Hispania, 1986
Describes a course designed to teach nursing students and other health-care professionals enough Spanish to enable them to communicate with their Spanish-speaking patients. The textbooks and reading materials used to teach the language and Latin-American culture are described. (SED)
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations, Cultural Education, Education, Higher Education
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Prince, J. Roy – Hispania, 1969
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Course Content, Institutes (Training Programs), Intensive Language Courses
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Sacks, Norman P. – Hispania, 1967
An intensive summer Spanish course conducted at the University of Wisconsin in 1965 for graduate social science majors studying in the Latin American area studies program is described. After outlining the details of the experimental course based on the "Modern Spanish" package and discussing its special implications for modern language…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Area Studies, Audiolingual Methods, Graduate Students
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de Ataide Melo, Cecil L. – Hispania, 1988
Describes the development and use of a video module for an intensive conversational Portuguese class for graduate business students. Tips are given for successful classroom use of off-air videocassette recordings. (LMO)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Instruction, Class Activities, Conversational Language Courses, Graduate Students
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Tamarkin, Toby – Hispania, 1988
Describes an adaptation of an intensive language (Spanish) program to suit the needs of two-year community college, resulting in student enthusiasm, increased enrollment, and more comprehensive coverage of material. (CB)
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Higher Education, Immersion Programs, Instructional Development