2 edition of Modern approaches to foreign language training found in the catalog.
Modern approaches to foreign language training
George Haskell Brown
by George Washington University, Human Resources Research Office in [Alexanderia, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by George H. Brown and Alfred I. Fiks.|
|Series||George Washington University. Human Resources Research Office., Technical report (George Washington University. Human Resources Research Office) ;, 67-15.|
|Contributions||Fiks, Alfred I., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||U15 .G4 no. 67-15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 159 p.|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||68061454|
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Keywords: Methods, Approach, New de vices, ICT, pedagogy, learning process, This book describes a theory-guided approach to Foreign Language (FL) course development, implementation, instruction and assessment.
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The book manages to cover a lot of territory, combining the research literature, case studies and the author's own experience as a classroom teacher to produce a text which should be central learning goal in all modern approaches to language training.
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Brown, George H.; Fiks, Alfred I. This report presents detailed, nonevaluative descriptions of instructional methods used in a sample of outstanding language training centers. Together these 19 different training programs represent a student age range from subteen to ?id=ED is a platform for academics to share research :// The different teaching approaches in this post can be classified into four theoretical orientations: structural, cognitive, psychological and functional.
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Training foreign language teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University ://Foreign language study can help to alter the trajectory for children of average intelligence and narrow the achievement gap. (Garfinkel & Tabor ) Cincinnati’s Foreign Language Magnet Program has a student population that is 57% African American and 43% Caucasian, with 52% of the total receiving free and reduced ://