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psycholinguistic experiment in foreign-language teaching

George A C. Scherer

psycholinguistic experiment in foreign-language teaching

by George A C. Scherer

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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] G.A.C. Scherer, M. Wertheimer.
SeriesMcGraw-Hill series in psychology
ContributionsWertheimer, Michael.
The Physical Object
Pagination256p.
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13724797M

Sect Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Teaching at Temple University. Moskowitz, G. (). Interaction analysis: A new modern language for supervisors. Foreign Language Annals, 5, Moskowitz, G. (). The classroom interaction of outstanding foreign language teachers. Foreign language annals. 9, and This book is the first comprehensive treatment of conceptual fluency theory, or the view that the basis of successful foreign language learning inheres in the students controlling the figurative conceptual system of the new language.

This point is supported by the psycholinguistic experiment of George A. C. Scherer and Michael Wertheimer of the University of Colorado, whocompared the audiolingual method with the grammar-reeding method in teaching German.:f to their long experiment . Psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic perspectives on second language learning and teaching: studies in honor of Waldemar Marton Guidelines for Effective Grammar Teaching in the Foreign Language Classroom / Mirosław Pawlak The range of topics covered and the inclusion of concrete pedagogic proposals ensures that the book will be of.

The main spheres of practical application are in foreign language study, engineering and space psychology, the study of children’s speech, and the study of the way speech influences people (radio, oratory, and so on). Several trends are found in psycholinguistic study abroad. The neobehaviorist school is led in the USA by C. Osgood. Since the introduction of communicative language teaching (CLT) in the late s, there have been different definitions and interpretations of the communicative approach to second language (L2) instruction. Not surprisingly, this has resulted in several misconceptions of CLT and how it is implemented in the L2 by:


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A detailed description of a large scale, two-year experimental study comparing an audiolingual with a traditional grammar-translation method of teaching foreign languages is presented. this experiment was carried out with students in first- and second-year german classes at the university of colorado from to results of tests seem to indicate that at the end of two years' instruction Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scherer, George A.C.

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