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Foreign Language Annals

1999 Volume 32, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. The Message Is the Medium: A New Paradigm for Content-Oriented Instruction

    Jeanette D. Bragger & Donald B. Rice

    Focuses on the connections goal of the national standards for foreign language learning--that is, on the integration of interdisciplinary content and language skills. Proposes a developmental model... More

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  2. Classroom-Management-Classroom Survival: One Teacher's Story of Constructing Practice in a Computer-Equipped Foreign Language Classroom

    Joanne Burnett

    Investigated the beliefs, decision-making processes, attitudes, activities, and behaviors of university-level teaching assistants of French as they met once in a week in electronic classrooms and... More

    pp. 279-94

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  3. Enhancing Communicative Language Skills through Effective Use of the World Wide Web in the Foreign Language Classroom

    Claudia R. Kost

    Addresses use of the World Wide Web in the foreign language classroom. Introduces methodological considerations for effective implementation, discusses predidacticized material available on the Web... More

    pp. 309-20

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  4. Learning Japanese Via Satellite in an American High School: A Case Study

    Ryuko Kubota

    Observed a beginning-level Japanese language class of eight students taught by satellite at a high school in the United States during one academic year. Investigated students' learning experience, ... More

    pp. 329-47

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