The Phonetic Method in Teaching Modern Languages

A. Gideon
The School Review
Vol. 17, No. 7 (Sep., 1909), pp. 476-489
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This item contains 10 references.

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  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Quousque Tandem (Wilhelm Vietor), Der Sprachunterricht muss um- kehren, 3d ed., Leipzig, 1905
    • original ed., anonymous, 1882
  • 2
    Ed. Rev., Vol. VI, November, 1893, p. 351.
  • 3
    Dr. Bahlsen's excellent monograph, "New Methods of Teaching Modern Languages," in Teachers' College Rec., Vol. IV, May, 1903.
  • 4
    "The Teaching of Foreign Languages," Sadler's Reports on Educa- tional Subjects, Vol. III, No. 9, pp. 499 ff
  • 5
    Englisch nach dem Frankfurter Reformplan. Marburg, 1900
  • 6
    Ped. Sem., Vol. III, June, 1896, p. 431.
  • 7
    James, Talks to Teachers, especially the chapter on "Memory."
  • 8
    Pershing, "Language and Brain Disease," Popular Science Monthly, October, 1892,
  • 9
    The Practical Study of Languages, p. 5.
  • 10
    Professor Hempl in the volume of Proceedings of the N. E. A. for 1906, pp. 192 ff