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Using Interactive Video in the Classroom and the Lab: The Example of Lernexpress
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Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German Volume 30, Number 2, ISSN 0042-062X

Abstract

Presents a model for integrated computer lab and classroom implementation of the interactive videodisc program, Lernexpress, and for adapting a textbook-based syllabus to stand-alone video materials in college beginning German classes. Teachers use the programs to educate students on linguistics and cultural issues. Students complete their core work in the lab aided by a software companion. (SM)

Citation

Conrad, B. & Veteto-Conrad, M. (1997). Using Interactive Video in the Classroom and the Lab: The Example of Lernexpress. Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 30(2), 178. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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