By Gustave Mathieu
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T h e terminal behaviors desired by our program can be summarized as follows : 1. Ability to discriminate the phonemes of the language and to transcribe them with high accuracy in a uniform system of phonemic transcription. 2. Ability to speak words and phrases with a good approximation to the rendition of a native speaker, exhibiting the ability to make all the phonemic distinctions in the language. 3. Recognition of the lexical and grammatical meanings of some 159 Chinese words, and ability to speak and write these words (phonemic transcription is meant here).
Expediency programming is probably easier and less demanding than more advanced forms of programming, and may make it economically feasible to program a large number of "neglected" languages. There is not as yet any evidence as to the relative efficiency of programs constructed by "expediency programming" as compared with programs devised along allegedly more sophisticated lines. T h e terminal behaviors desired by our program can be summarized as follows : 1. Ability to discriminate the phonemes of the language and to transcribe them with high accuracy in a uniform system of phonemic transcription.
For example, not all students learned phonemic discriminations and phoneme production as accurately as might have been desired. Probably, this was due to an overestimation on the part of the investigator of the ability of students to learn these behaviors and a consequent underemphasis of these aspects in the program. Another example of a program shortcoming was the failure to give enough separate attention to the learning of the tone associated with each new Chinese word introduced. At present, this investigator feels that further efforts should be made to develop programs that will teach all desired aspects of foreign language performance.
Advances in the Teaching of Modern Languages by Gustave Mathieu