A comparison of the effects of individualized and lecture-recitation approaches to learning in college-level Spanish on student achievement and attitude

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1980

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Purpose. The purpose of this study was to compare the outcomes of students taking an intermediate college-level foreign language course in which instructional materials and methods were specifically aimed at individualizing the course, with the outcomes of students taking the same course, but having a lecture-recitation format. [...]

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Languages, Modern--Study and teaching, Language and languages--Study and teaching

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