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ERIC Number: EJ1123895
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-Mar
Pages: 6
Abstractor: As Provided
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ISSN: EISSN-2353-9518
Organizational Principles and Content of Early Foreign Language Learning in the USA
Biletska, Iryna
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v5 n1 p33-38 Mar 2015
According to the results of leading American scientists that convincingly demonstrate the effectiveness and necessity of early foreign language learning the features of teaching foreign languages at elementary level in the United States have been analyzed. It has been found out that the US government is working on the improvement of foreign language at elementary education all over the country. The attention is paid the languages that were not so popular, and now have obtained the status of "extremely necessary", such as Arabic, Farsi and Russian, as they have become very important for the future participation of the state in world politics. The requirements for programs development of foreign language for elementary school have been described; such aspects as quantity of classes, curriculum project, teaching materials, teaching staff and knowledge of the students, the choice of languages, coordination and efficiency are taken into consideration. The short description of the content of foreign language teaching of elementary education has been presented. It has been indicated that success in foreign language learning as a device of foreign language communication depends on the level of listening, lexical, grammatical and spelling skills, as well as the abilities of listening, speaking, reading and writing, which are defined in the program for elementary school.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Elementary Education
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