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Gruninger, Yvonne – 1977
Extracts from a journal kept by a French-speaking adult student in an intensive German language class are presented here. It is a critique of the audio-visual method, texts, teaching techniques, and students' reactions during the two parts of the course at the University of Berne. The extracts deal particularly with a comparison of the texts used…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Audiolingual Methods, Audiovisual Instruction, Course Content
ADAMS, E.N.; AND OTHERS – 1968
BASED ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION (CAI) CAN BE PROFITABLE TO BOTH STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES, AN EXPERIMENTAL COURSE IN GERMAN WAS DESIGNED WHICH COULD MAKE USE OF COMPUTER CAPABILITIES IN A LANGUAGE LABORATORY SITUATION. RESEARCHERS CHOSE TO EXPERIMENT WITH A FAIRLY LONG, LESS CONTROLLED BEGINNING LANGUAGE…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Computer Assisted Instruction, Experimental Programs, German
MACDONALD, R. ROSS – 1966
A DETAILED DESCRIPTION IS GIVEN OF AN EXPERIMENT CONDUCTED AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY FROM 1960 TO 1966 IN WHICH SELECTED BLIND STUDENTS, THROUGH INTENSIVE AUDIOLINGUAL LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION, WERE TRAINED TO BROADEN THEIR EMPLOYMENT POTENTIAL. ALTHOUGH ONLY RUSSIAN AND THE TRANSCRIPTION OF ORAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE MATERIALS WERE TAUGHT IN THE PILOT…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiolingual Skills, Blindness, Cultural Enrichment
Steinmeyer, Georg – 1969
This basic textbook for German contains 10 units. The text is adaptable for use in an academic institution (Completion time is expected to be one year.), in an intensive program (Completion time is about 90-120 hours.), or in independent study. The vocabulary is limited and only basic, essential, grammatical structures are included. Although…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiolingual Skills, Basic Skills, Conversational Language Courses
Brown, Samuel A.; And Others – 1961
This audiolingual course has been designed to assist United States government representatives who require a command of spoken German. The course is intended to prepare a solid foundation for comprehensive language skills, providing systematically for the development of reading proficiency based on oral-aural skills. Each of the units in this…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Audiolingual Methods, Basic Skills, Conversational Language Courses
Defense Language Inst., Washington, DC. – 1971
This is the first volume of the Intermediate Phase (lessons 16-92) of the German Basic Course developed by the Defense Language Institute. The course, normally requiring 19 weeks of training, focuses on developing mastery of structural elements of German through the audiolingual method. Dialogues are based on life situations and progress towards…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiolingual Skills, Cartoons, Conversational Language Courses
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Richardson, Horst F. – Modern Language Journal, 1973
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Flexible Scheduling, German, Intensive Language Courses
WILKE, GERHARD M. – 1967
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL ACT FUNDS SUPPORTED A SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS' SUMMER ACTIVITY DESIGNED TO PROVIDE INTENSIVE LANGUAGE TRAINING IN FRENCH, GERMAN, AND SPANISH FOR 56 SELECTED STUDENTS. THE 6-HOUR DAILY SCHEDULE INCLUDED TWO HOURS DEVOTED TO ORAL EXPRESSION, TWO TO LITERATURE STUDY, AND TWO TO CULTURE-ORIENTED…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiovisual Aids, Cultural Enrichment, Curriculum Enrichment
Friedli, Annemarie – 1970
This basic textbook for Swiss German contains 10 units. The text is adaptable for use in an academic institution (anticipated completion time is one academic year), in an intensive program (completion time is 90-120 hours), or in independent study. The vocabulary is limited, and only basic and essential grammar is included. Although audiolingual…
Descriptors: Audiolingual Methods, Audiolingual Skills, Basic Skills, Conversational Language Courses