Teaching children foreign languages / Mary Finocchiaro.

New York : McGraw-Hill, [1964] .

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Subjects Fremdsprachenunterricht.
Inglés -- Enseñanza -- Estudiantes extranjeros.
Languages, Modern -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Langues vivantes -- Étude et enseignement (Primaire)
Description 210 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 192-197).
Summary Some administrators and citizens still question the advisability of offering a second language to children. FLES should no longer be considered in the experimental stage. This book is directed primarily to the teacher and to the administrator who wants to provide as much help to the teacher as possible. In harmony with the philosophy of building on what has been tried successfully, examples of classroom practices and materials that have been subjected to the test of actual use for many years will be given in this book, together with samples or models of materials exactly as they were used. A brief chapter will be devoted to the principles and procedures underlying the preparation or adaptation of classroom materials. - Introduction.
Contents What are some facts about language teaching in the elementary schools? -- What knowledge and attitudes should the teacher possess? -- What should be taught? -- How are language skills developed? -- How can teaching be made effective? -- How should materials be prepared? -- Sources and resources for teachers -- FL program notes : standards for teacher-education programs in modern foreign languages -- Glossary of useful terms.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)183920
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WorldCat Identities Finocchiaro, Mary Bonomo, 1913-
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