By Martin Hewings
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Northeast Conferen ce Reports on the Teach ing of Fore ign Languages: Reports of rhe Wo rkin g Committees. New York: MLA Ma terial s Center. Carroll, J. B. 1966b. The contri butions of psychological theory and educational n,:sc~lrch to the teach ing of foreign languages. In A. allguage Teaching, pp. 93- '1 06. New York: McGraw-Hil I. ( . h . I ~I ; lin ) Conclusion • Audiolingua lism ho lds that langu:1 ge lea rn ing is lik e other form s 0 f le:1 l"11 ing. : is :1 (orm :11 ru lc-govc rn ed Sysl'ctll, it ca ll be (o l'lll nll y 1 (,() K.
It led to such widely used courses as English 900 and the Lado English Series, as well as to texts for teaching the major European languages. But then came criticism on two fronts. On the one hand, the theoretical foun- dations of Audiolingualism were attacked as being unsound both in terms of language theory and learning theory. On the other, practitioners found that the pracrical results fell short of expectations. Students were often found to be unable to transfer skills acquired through Audiolingualism to real communication outside the classroom, and many found the experience of studying through audiolingual procedures to be boring and unsatisfying.
On the other, practitioners found that the pracrical results fell short of expectations. Students were often found to be unable to transfer skills acquired through Audiolingualism to real communication outside the classroom, and many found the experience of studying through audiolingual procedures to be boring and unsatisfying. The theoretical attack on audio lingual beliefs resulted from changes in American linguistic theory in the sixties. The MIT linguist Noam Chomsky rejected the structuralist approach to language description as well as rhe behaviorist theory of language learning.
Advanced Grammar in Use CD ROM by Martin Hewings