[PDF / Epub] ✐ New Ways to Learn a Foreign Language ☃ Robert A. Hall Jr. – Thomashillier.co.uk

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8 thoughts on “New Ways to Learn a Foreign Language

  1. says:

    Rather dated but sensible book about language learning, basically arguing for the style of language teaching adopted in WWII that was a compromise between grammar translation and the audiolingual method, focusing on the formation of new linguistic habits and getting rid of old ones through awareness of the linguistic differences between a person s first language and target language As I mentioned in my review of Mandarin Blue , although I d like to believe that the linguistically aware curriculum worked better because it was better, I wonder whether the added motivation and basically being forced into putting many hours into language study was the source of improvement in outcomes.Some particular things I m not sure I agreed with but am willing to be open minded about 1 one of Hall s big things is starting off with a large set of basic sentences that the learner memorises to the point of overlearning , without much parsing Personally, I don t enjoy that at a...

  2. says:

    Despite the book s diminutive size, it took me an eternity to finish it, but it gave me months of early bedtimes, putting me to sleep within the paragraph with its sado academic prose and its inscrutable purpose There are, after all, not only no new ways of learning a foreign language in the book, but there are no ways to learn a foreign language at all.The explanation for deeply misleading title choice is given only in the conclusion the book does not propose new METHODS, but it advocates for a specific APPROACH to language learning, which should inform which methods are used and how Specifically, the oral auditory approach is the best approach, and students should be taught proper pronunciation and taught to speak and hear, and only later to read and write, after being grounded in speaking and listening.That s fine, I suppose Maybe it sounded radical back in the day, but nowadays a lot of people advocate this approach I do believe that the idea that mastering the particles of speech, the phonemes, is even today an underappreciated aspect of language learning The basic idea put forward in the book is that language is fundamentally oral and auditory, and therefore speech and conversation ought to be the objectives of new language learners Proper pronunci...

  3. says:

    A quick, and at times dry, read about what at least one world famous scholar thought was the best way to learn a language in the middle of the 20th century.