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Doctoral dissertations written in languages other than English may be accepted only by those graduate programs that have made a formal request to, and received approval of the Executive Committee of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to allow dissertations to be written in a foreign language. Such requests should be granted only if the language in question is recognized by the program.
This bibliography of doctoral dissertations completed from July 1961 through June 1971 in modern language education is a study of trends which suggest new directions for further research in foreign language learning and teaching. Some 841 dissertations are listed under these categories: (1) general, (2) linguistics, (3) culture, (4) teaching the foreign literature, (5) curriculum in foreign.
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Foreign language learning for students with disabilities can be different from that of their nondisabled peers because of their special needs. Understanding the perspectives of language immersion teachers regarding their challenges and the support needed while working with students with disabilities in language immersion programs is important because such programs are growing rapidly nationwide.
Education Project and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL) have established U.S. foreign language goals and performance standards that give equal standing to culture and language in articulating a comprehensive rationale for foreign language education (National Standards of Foreign Language Education Project, 2006.
Despite these concerns, foreign language offerings in schools have decreased and student enrollment in foreign languages has declined. This does not bode well for the ability of the K-12 system to meet the foreign language proficiency needs of the U.S. On the other hand, in schools where foreign languages are taught, more schools teach Arabic and Chinese than before, reflecting the security.
Their training may have stressed whole-language-like strategies for in-class learning and testing of the four language areas in the foreign language. Oral communication, language laboratory practice with listening tapes, and computer-assisted learning are currently traditional components of foreign language learning classes. These methods of instruction may serve the ideal learner without.