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The Cooperation Movement: Writing And Mass Education, 1890-1930, David R. Russell Nov 1998

The Cooperation Movement: Writing And Mass Education, 1890-1930, David R. Russell

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The cooperation movement (c. 1900-1930) was the first in a series of twentieth century attempts to broaden responsibility for language instruction by involving faculty across the curriculum, the most recent of which is the current writing-across-the-curriculum movement. Cooperation in language instruction was another of the widespread urban educational reforms of the Progressive Era (c. 1900-1920). Cooperation was fundamentally a response to the new structural and curricular differentiation of modern secondary and higher education, which in turn reflected the specialization of knowledge and work in urban industrial society. Its theory shaped by organicist social thought, its practice by scientific management, the ...


Multimedia Call: Lessons To Be Learned From Research On Instructed Sla, Carol Chapelle Jan 1998

Multimedia Call: Lessons To Be Learned From Research On Instructed Sla, Carol Chapelle

English Publications

This paper suggests that some design features and evaluation criteria for multimedia CALL might be developed on the basis of hypotheses about ideal conditions for second language acquisition (SLA). It outlines a relevant theory of SLA and enumerates the hypotheses it implies for ideal conditions such as input saliency, opportunities for interaction, and learner focus on communication. Implications of each hypothesis for multimedia CALL design and evaluation are outlined and exemplified.