By Gustave Mathieu
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Possible influences of negative transfer from prior learning should be carefully pointed out so that the learner may avoid them. For example, one frame deals with the sound of the letter e in the 2 2 26 ADVANCES IN THE TEACHING OF MODERN LANGUAGES transcription. However, the results showed that this was by no means enough warning to the students, since many of them continued to pronounce this letter with the phoneme [e] rather than [a]. Special Problems in Programming Aspects of the Chinese Language 1.
This tends to confirm the writer's hypothesis (Carroll, (1963b)) that aptitude is essentially a matter of time required for learning. On the other hand, it is possible that the correlation observed between foreign language aptitude and rate of progress was partly a function of some characteristic of the program, such as its difficulty. T h e present research did not disclose any other background variable that was significantly related to rate of progress in P S I ; all the students appeared to be well motivated.
Also, new words were introduced as a unit rather than by syllables. 2. Providing additional practice in hearing prior to speaking. Students frequently had difficulty in pronouncing new words and expressions accurately. In the original program, when a new word or phrase was introduced, the student would hear it once and immediately imitate it. T h e student would then hear the word a second time and repeat it again. This procedure was revised so that new material would be presented three times before the student spoke it.
Advances in the Teaching of Modern Languages by Gustave Mathieu