By Gustave Mathieu
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MATHIEU, G. and POND, K . S. (1961) Sound Language Teaching: The State of The Art Today, University Publishers, New York. KOPSTEIN, F. F. and CAVE, R. T . (July 1962) Preliminary Cost Comparison of Technical Training by Conventional and Programmed Learning Methods, Aerospace Medical Division, Report N o . MRL-TDR-62-79, WrightPatterson Air Force Base, Ohio. MARTY, FERNAND (1962) Programming a Basic Foreign Language Course: Prospects for Self-instruction, Audio-visual Publications, Box 5497, Roanoke, Va.
This experiment disclosed that the massing or spacing of the trials made no appreciable difference in student performance. It appeared to indicate that the machine and the program were designed in a generally satisfactory manner, but that the "ground rules" under which the subjects were to perform their work were of critical importance. In Experiment I, subjects were required to repeat each loop in both the familiarization and the learning modes until they reduced their errors to 10% or less. T h e learners objected strenuously to this requirement, claiming that error rate was not a completely reliable index to degree of learning and pointing out that trying to meet a given error rate was both frustrating and distracting.
A wide variety of programming techniques was used in order to explore the feasibility of automated teaching of various aspects of language skills such as phonemic discrimination and production, vocabulary learning, acquisition of grammatical patterns, practice of dialogues, and learning to recognize and write Chinese characters. Quantitatively, the program can be described as presenting all the phonemes of Mandarin Chinese, the Yale Romanized transcriptions for these phonemes, 159 vocabulary items, thirty-five grammatical structures or grammar points, and fifty Chinese characters.
Advances in the Teaching of Modern Languages by Gustave Mathieu