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Foreign language Standards: Linking research, theories, and practices 

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Phillips, J. K. & Terry, R. M. (Ed.). (1999). Foreign language Standards: Linking research, theories, and practices. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.

This volume, the first major set of articles that described each of the goal areas of the Standards, explores them in depth and connects them with relevant theoretical premises. It is essential reading foreign language educators seeking to understand the Standards and the research and practice that undergird them. Each chapter of the volume focuses on one goal area linking it to research, theory, and practice. Information is as relevant today as when it appeared. Chapters include: 1) Introduction: Standards for World Languages—On a Firm Foundation, 2) The Communication Standards, 3) Planning for and Using the New National Culture Standards, 4) Making Connections, 5) Comparisons: Towards the Development of Intercultural Competence, 6) Meeting the Needs of All Learners: Case Studies in Computer-Based Foreign Language Reading.

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Author(s):Phillips, J. K. & Terry, R. M.
Publisher:National Textbook Company
Publication Date(s):1/1/1999
Volume:Lincolnwood, IL
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