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Learning French Pronunciation: Audiocassettes or Multimedia?
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CALICO Journal Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0742-7778

Abstract

Describes a two phase experiment that was conducted at the university of Ottawa using audiocassettes and multimedia while teaching French, specifically French phonetics, intonation, and pronunciation, to a group of low-intermediate level language students. Looks at whether receptive and productive skills are influenced by the explicit teaching of phonetic and prosodic elements, and if so, which delivery mode is most effective: audiocassettes or multimedia (Author/VWL)

Citation

Weinberg, A. & Knoerr, H. (2003). Learning French Pronunciation: Audiocassettes or Multimedia?. CALICO Journal, 20(2), 315. Retrieved September 16, 2019 from .

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