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Self-Instructional Programs for Italian in the 1990s
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Italica Volume 75, Number 4, ISSN 0021-3020

Abstract

Examines and compares five available computer programs intended for self-instruction in Italian, focusing on their attention to learning strategies and personalized learning pace. Content, format, and other features of each are noted. General issues discussed include overall organization, cultural content, sequencing, exercise types, and ancillary materials. (MSE)

Citation

Antenos-Conforti, E. (1998). Self-Instructional Programs for Italian in the 1990s. Italica, 75(4), 541. Retrieved December 7, 2021 from .

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