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Language, Languistics, and Languistic Technology--A Personal View
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Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0891-2521

Abstract

Discusses five practical and necessary features of language learning theory: audio-oral phenomenon, linking creativity and control, temporary separation of language components, contrastive analysis, and language learning via instruction. Major language theories and technologies in light of their theoretical justifications versus their realistic classroom applications are also examined. (Author/CB)

Citation

Hammerly, H. (1987). Language, Languistics, and Languistic Technology--A Personal View. Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, 20(2), 2-10. Retrieved September 25, 2022 from .

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