By Steven G. Krantz (Editor) Gary R. Jensen (Editor)

Articles during this publication disguise a variety of vital subject matters in arithmetic, and are in line with talks given on the convention commemorating the a hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Washington collage in St. Louis. the quantity is prefaced through a quick heritage of the Washington collage division of arithmetic, a roster of these who got the PhD measure from the dep., and an inventory of the Washington collage division of arithmetic college because the founding of the college

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Four key areas can be identified. The first is the issue of the value of cultural studies within language teaching and the contribution it makes to learners' whole education. In many respects this is the best developed and largely taken for granted. Recent statements of the value of teaching culture can be found, for example, in Robinson (1985: 1-7) and Byram (1989: 39-57). General statements on the aims of foreign language teach- Page 4 ing usually include references to developing learners' tolerance and understanding of other peoples and cultures.

In the primary schools, only the pupils were directly involved and teachers were simply asked to provide opportunity for the researchers to test and interview pupils in groups or singly. In the secondary schools, teachers were asked to allow one researcher access to language lessons for observation over a long period. Access was agreed in advance although some classes were in the event not open to observation. In practice, too, it was not possible for the researcher to observe all the language lessons in two schools, which were some ten miles apart.

C00232177) for three years from 1 April 1985. The research was made possible by the co-operation of the education authorities and schools involved and by the agreement of parents, pupils and teachers who participated. Our thanks are none the less gratefully expressed despite the need for the recipients to remain anonymous. A Social Science Research Fellowship awarded by the Nuffield Foundation in 1988-89 to one of the authorsMichael Byramenabled us to complete this book and the companion volume more quickly.

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