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Obstacles of Integrated Computer-Assisted Instruction with Oral Proficiency Goals
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Hispania Volume 70, Number 4,

Abstract

Critiques current second language courseware in view of recent trends increasing emphasis on oral proficiency. Suggests changes in the content of instructional computer programs that could be used to improve conversational proficiency. (LMO)

Citation

Larsen, M.D. (1987). Obstacles of Integrated Computer-Assisted Instruction with Oral Proficiency Goals. Hispania, 70(4), 936. Retrieved October 16, 2021 from .

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