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New Advances in Language Teaching-The Georgetown University Project
In recent years, electronic devices have played an ever-widening role in the field of education. Georgetown University pioneered in the use of the tape recorder-reproducer, Educorder Dual, and other audio and visual devices for language teaching and multilingual interpretation. This paper describes the project at the University's Institute of Languages and Linguistics, the technical equipment used, teaching methods, and unique techniques devised to solve educational problems.
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