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Self-Confrontation: Video in the Language Classroom
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Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies Volume 20, Number 1, ISSN 0891-2521

Abstract

A "French for Business" course is used to illustrate how emphasis on oral performance (communicative competence), at the expense of objective evaluation and correction, can encourage students to communicate at rudimentary levels, thus undermining more fully developed and complex target language communication. (Author/CB)

Citation

Welch, B. (1987). Self-Confrontation: Video in the Language Classroom. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, 20(1), 47-51. Retrieved December 8, 2022 from .

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