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Daily Lessons For A 3 Week Intensive Japanese Course, Chiyo Masaki Soroken Jan 1973

Daily Lessons For A 3 Week Intensive Japanese Course, Chiyo Masaki Soroken

MA TESOL Collection

This paper is designed to provide ideas for daily lesson planning for a three week intensive course. The specific teaching methods are pointed out for most of the material according to the characteristics of the particular items. Realizing the importance of visual aids in foreign language teaching, helpful pictures are included in the text as well as several picture files.


Situational Reinforcement: An Evaluation Of The Method And Suggestions For Supplementary Lessons, Jo Anne Isenburg Jan 1973

Situational Reinforcement: An Evaluation Of The Method And Suggestions For Supplementary Lessons, Jo Anne Isenburg

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


Planning As An Adaptive Behavior: An Overview Of My Experiences In Two Distinct Esol Environments, Janet Rose Levy Feigenbaum Jan 1973

Planning As An Adaptive Behavior: An Overview Of My Experiences In Two Distinct Esol Environments, Janet Rose Levy Feigenbaum

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No abstract provided.


Exercises In Aural And Oral Skills For Beginning Students Of English, Marcia M. Augustine Jan 1973

Exercises In Aural And Oral Skills For Beginning Students Of English, Marcia M. Augustine

MA TESOL Collection

A collection of pictures and narratives to be used together with the purpose of helping beginning students of English to increase their aural comprehension, become proficient in the oral manipulation of the grammatical structures already in their English language inventory, and utilize the vocabulary in their inventory within these structures. The materials are based on the text "English Through Patterns" by Robert M. Ramsey, Editorial Teide, S.A., Barcelona, Spain, 1971


Materials In The Billingual Kindergarten: Student Teaching At The Carew Street School, Diane Wunderlich Jan 1973

Materials In The Billingual Kindergarten: Student Teaching At The Carew Street School, Diane Wunderlich

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No abstract provided.


A Description Of The Supplementary Uses Of The Polydor Training Tape (Ptt) Materials In The English And Foreign Language Departments At The School For International Training, Phillip Stantial Jan 1973

A Description Of The Supplementary Uses Of The Polydor Training Tape (Ptt) Materials In The English And Foreign Language Departments At The School For International Training, Phillip Stantial

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


A Report On Teaching Level One Esl To Children And Adults In Orizaba, Mexico, Katherine Bowen Riggs Jan 1973

A Report On Teaching Level One Esl To Children And Adults In Orizaba, Mexico, Katherine Bowen Riggs

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No abstract provided.


Japan - An Orientation Handbook For Mat/Esl Student Teachers, Rene Diane Rabideau Jan 1973

Japan - An Orientation Handbook For Mat/Esl Student Teachers, Rene Diane Rabideau

MA TESOL Collection

This Orientation Handbook is designed to be a helpful resource for MAT candidates planning to complete student-teaching in Japan, specifically Kyoto, Japan. It contains information on Language Skills, The Educational System of Japan, Teaching Preparation, Teacher/Student Classroom Relationship, The 44 LB. Suitcase, Transportation, Food, Gift Suggestions, and a selection devoted to Recommended Reading.


The Teaching Of Poetry For Language Learning, Susan Jane O' Leary Jan 1973

The Teaching Of Poetry For Language Learning, Susan Jane O' Leary

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No abstract provided.


Teaching A Foreign Language In The Country: The Non-Native Speaker In The Country Where The Language Is Spoken, Georgia Lee Martin Jan 1973

Teaching A Foreign Language In The Country: The Non-Native Speaker In The Country Where The Language Is Spoken, Georgia Lee Martin

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This project concerns itself with the psychological realities of a non-native teaching a foreign language in the country where the language is spoken. Included are my personal reactions and experiences of eight weeks spent teaching an intensive course of Spanish to North American university students of anthropology in Silvia Cauca, Colombia. Various aspects such as advantages, disadvantages, teaching modifications because of the fact that one is a non-native speaker, personal feelings and student reactions to the fact that they have a non-native teacher are touched upon. The reactions and feelings of other teachers who have been in the same teaching ...


Report On A Student Teaching Experience: Planning And Implementing An Individualized Spanish Program, Christine Lynn Maccormack Jan 1973

Report On A Student Teaching Experience: Planning And Implementing An Individualized Spanish Program, Christine Lynn Maccormack

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


Teaching English As A Second Language At Two New York State Hospitals: Rockland State Hospital And Letchworth Village, Donice R. Horton Jan 1973

Teaching English As A Second Language At Two New York State Hospitals: Rockland State Hospital And Letchworth Village, Donice R. Horton

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


Report On Supplementary Esl Reading Course, David B. Hopkins Jan 1973

Report On Supplementary Esl Reading Course, David B. Hopkins

MA TESOL Collection

The ESL Reading course described in this report was conducted for Latin American scholarship students during the summer of 1973 at the School for International Training. Since it was intended to be a supplement to the regular classes of these students, every effort was made to allow the course direction to develop according to the needs of the participants. Although the original thrust of the program was to focus upon reading attitudes, utilizing the reading interests of the students, a parallel focus on reading skills evolved. I believe that the program achieved some success by offering both the satisfaction of ...


The Resource Center: An Open Classroom For Teachers, Judith B. Glass Jan 1973

The Resource Center: An Open Classroom For Teachers, Judith B. Glass

MA TESOL Collection

The Resource Center of the School for International Training's first three-week workshop in methodology for teachers of English as a Second Language was designed to encourage program participants to explore their individual interests independently, to share their ideas and professional experience in a series of ten evening workshops. Materials in the Center included a library of texts and books discussing ESL methodology and theory, collections of games, realia, visual aids for language teaching, and supplies including audio-visual equipment for making original classroom materials. The center was deemed successful, a viable idea for future development.


Summer Student Teaching At S.I.T.: A Subjective Account, Susan Jill Garner Jan 1973

Summer Student Teaching At S.I.T.: A Subjective Account, Susan Jill Garner

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


Using The Environment In Teaching English As A Second Language: The Use Of The Telephone, The Newspaper, And Nearby Places Of Business In An Esl Classroom, Helen Marie Derrick Jan 1973

Using The Environment In Teaching English As A Second Language: The Use Of The Telephone, The Newspaper, And Nearby Places Of Business In An Esl Classroom, Helen Marie Derrick

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


A Sample Collection Of Music For Esl Classroom Use, Ann E. Bush Jan 1973

A Sample Collection Of Music For Esl Classroom Use, Ann E. Bush

MA TESOL Collection

No abstract provided.


Learning English As A Second Language Through Exploring Prenumerical And Numerical Concepts, Maria Angeles Barrero Jan 1973

Learning English As A Second Language Through Exploring Prenumerical And Numerical Concepts, Maria Angeles Barrero

MA TESOL Collection

The purpose of this project is to present some lesson plans for teachers of English as a second language (ESL) to children in the first years of school to show the potential of numerical concepts to teach ESL. Hopefully reading or looking at the samples in creating units in ESL with numbers as a content matter can give teachers ideas about how to create their own lesson plans using this or different content matter. The project includes a study of the Instructional and Performance Objectives, Teaching Techniques, Visual Aids, as well as Number and Language Games, among other topics.


Some Aspects Of The Biological Bases Of Language, Lydia Artiola Jan 1973

Some Aspects Of The Biological Bases Of Language, Lydia Artiola

MA TESOL Collection

A look into language from a biological point of view. Some aspects of language in the central nervous system, concentrating on the brain are presented. Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of the language system are discussed. A discussion on the applicability of certain biological premises to the language system.