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Long-Distance Language Learning: The Second Year of Televised Japanese
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Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0891-2521

Abstract

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 cost, encourages high student participation, and renders reinforcing feedback. (Author/CB)

Citation

Kataoka, H. (1987). Long-Distance Language Learning: The Second Year of Televised Japanese. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, 20(2), 43-50. Retrieved December 9, 2022 from .

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