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Rochet, Bernard – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1984
To be effective, second language pronunciation training requires immediate, individualized, and informative feedback to students on the nature of the errors made. Such features can be incorporated into a computer program such as one implemented on PLATO. (MSE)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software, Feedback, Individualized Instruction
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Lessard, Gregory – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1986
Outlines an approach to vocabulary selection for computer-assisted language instruction that presents target language lexical items not as individual entities but as elements in a variety of semantic, morphological, morphosemantic, pragmatic, and interlinguistic relationships. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Context Clues, Courseware, Morphology (Languages)
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Germain, Claude – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1985
While there are many problems to be resolved concerning the substance of instruction within a communicative approach the manner of teaching must also be considered, including methodology, the linguistic aspect (vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation), norms, and the use of computers. (MSE)
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Communicative Competence (Languages), Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Strategies
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Mydlarski, Donna – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1985
Elements of communicative language instruction theories that can be realized with computers are identified; limitations are discussed; and the place and acceptability of computerized exercises within a communicative language learning environment are examined. (MSE)
Descriptors: Authoring Aids (Programing), Class Activities, Classroom Techniques, Communicative Competence (Languages)
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Dolphin, Emil – Canadian Modern Language Review, 1989
A microcomputer program providing extensive and constantly changing practice with 35 irregular French verbs in 6 tenses is described. The program's objectives are to establish lateral associations between tense forms, provide continuous opportunity for recall, and shorten correct response time. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware, French, Microcomputers