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  Using complementary approaches to evaluate second language programmes
 
 
Title: Using complementary approaches to evaluate second language programmes
Author: Ullmann, Rebecca
Appeared in: Language culture and curriculum
Paging: Volume 3 (1990) nr. 1 pages 19-38
Year: 1990
Contents: This paper argues that an evaluation model that combines complementary research approaches provides a richer, more complete description of an L2 programme than does the 'output-only' model. Multiple perspectives, it is argued, provide insights about L2 teaching and learning that stand to benefit both teachers and researchers. The paper describes a multidimensional study that examined a beginning Core French programme offered in a large urban school system in Ontario, Canada. The study's organising framework included four areas of investigation: curriculum analysis, classroom observation, participant opinion surveys, and student assessment. Some insights gained from the study are discussed, and implications for future research and programme development are suggested.
Publisher: Routledge
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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