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Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies

1987 Volume 20, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Language, Languistics, and Languistic Technology--A Personal View

    Hector Hammerly

    Discusses five practical and necessary features of language learning theory: audio-oral phenomenon, linking creativity and control, temporary separation of language components, contrastive analysis... More

    pp. 2-10

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  2. Writer's Workbench: An English Language Software Program That Works

    Robin A. Lawrason

    Writing courses at Temple University (Pennsylvania) were adapted from the Writer's Workbench program to provide a computer-assisted instruction model for students to obtain a wide range analysis of... More

    pp. 17-23

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  3. Computer-Based Technology in Language Learning: Beyond the Walls of the Traditional Classroom

    Peter-Andrew Lian

    Considers computer-based technology as a change agent for methodological emphasis in the use of language learning applications; examines the issues of language learning methodology, the... More

    pp. 24-31

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  4. The Tandberg IS-10--Is It the Lab that Meets Your Specs?

    Answers questions and presents user survey results regarding the applicability and effectiveness of the Tandberg IS-10 learning laboratory system for foreign language instruction. (CB) More

    pp. 32-42

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  5. Long-Distance Language Learning: The Second Year of Televised Japanese

    Hiroko Kataoka

    Discusses the characteristics of the Televised Japanese Language Program at North Carolina State University, a distant education course for any language having small enrollment. The program is low ... More

    pp. 43-50

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