2 edition of FLES and the objectives of the contemporary elementary schools found in the catalog.
FLES and the objectives of the contemporary elementary schools
American Association of Teachers of French. FLES Committee.
|Statement||Roger A. Pillet, editor.|
|Contributions||Pillet, Roger A., 1917- ed.|
|LC Classifications||LB1577.F7 A7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||67008089|
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FLES program some junior highs permit all the FLES-trained children to take the foreign. language, while others exclude the slower. ones. Though some schools coordinate their. language program with the elementary.
school and offer a continuing development of. the oral-aural. skills, others deemphasize these skills in favor of grammar and trans. FLES ReportFLES and the Objectives of the Contemporary Elementary School, is available at Chilton Books, Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
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District Calendar. Febru New Teachers Make-up Meeting. Febru — pm - pm. See more details. This course addresses the needs of world language teachers interested in teaching foreign language in the elementary school (FLES), incorporating a FLES program, or improving their world language teaching using FLES methodologies.
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This research aims at finding the way to develop the assessment for learning of the humanistic (AfL-H) model in Mathematics at elementary schools. This is developmental research of the Hopkins & Clark model. The experimental subjects are 67 mathematics teachers and elementary students in Grade.
The data were analyzed in two stages using. Objectives describe a learning outcome Objectives should be consistent with the curriculum aim Objectives should be precise Objectives should be feasible In writing objectives, expressions like will study, will learn about, will prepare students for are avoided since they do not describe the result of learning but rather what students will.
Lumberton High. Fayetteville Road. Lumberton, NC Phone: Fax: MOL | METHODS OF TEACHING MODERN LANGUAGES IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL | 4 quarter hours (Undergraduate) Provides training in the theory and methods of teaching foreign languages in the elementary school (FLES). Designed for both pre-service and in-service teachers.
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This book is meant to serve as a guide to more efficient language teaching. Although it is based on theories both from standard audiolingual theory and cognitive-code learning, the basic objectives remain those of the audiolingual approach.
The book focusses on the teaching of grammar and on the most efficient way to use drills in the classroom. he integration of language and content instruction has been a growing phenomenon in the language field since the early s.
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levels. In the elementary schools there is a clear need for specialists as well as for the classroom teachers who do the follow-up work on the specialist teacher's lesson. cated person with a sound knowledge of United States culture, the foreign culture and literature, and the differences between the two cultures.
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PFA is currently available in 31 SFUSD CDCs or elementary schools. To be eligible, children must live in San Francisco and be four years old on or before December 2 of the current year. FLES is available at the remaining seven elementary schools.
World Language at the Middle School. The World Language program at the middle school level is a continuation of the FLES program provided in all Greenwich elementary schools. Students either continue their studies of Spanish or may begin their study of French in the sixth grade.
Language education. includes the teaching and learning of a language. It can include improving a learner's native language; however, it is more commonly used with regard to second language acquisition, that is, the learning of a foreign or second language, and that is.
Foreign Language in the Elementary School (FLES) The FLES program in the Greenwich Public Schools is a content-connected program, which uses an interdisciplinary model to deliver both language and content instruction through a communicative approach.
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It is a multidisciplinary book by authors from K–12 and Institution of Higher Education (IHE) communities written from first- and third-person perspectives. The course is also situated in a wider context by addressing state and national standards in elementary school mathematics.
Interactive lectures, discussion, group work and presentations, inquiry-based methods, and field experiences are used to explore and master course objectives. This course requires 8 hours of fieldwork.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. In this model, most commonly found in elementary schools, general academic content (the primary educational goal) is taught in the target language, and language proficiency is a parallel outcome.
Individual districts design their programs such that English is introduced at a given grade level, with a gradually increasing percentage of time. What program components, approaches, and objectives are best suited to a FLES program.
This course explores constraints and affordances of world language education programs at the local level, providing students with a Community Engaged Learning opportunity to teach in the FLEX Spanish program at Wiggin Street Elementary.
Span/Educ / Spanish in the Elementary Classroom (4 semester hours) Content. This class will focus on the principles of second language acquisition, as they apply to second language and literacy programs in the elementary schools.
It will explore the educational philosophy supporting two approaches, bilingual instruction, and FLES. The Amityville Union Free School District will be accepting applications for transportation to non-public schools by mail or email.
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