By Gustave Mathieu
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A host of interesting and RESEARCH IN SELF-INSTRUCTION 43 fruitful problems for research presented themselves in the course of the present investigation. Most of these problems were by-passed or laid aside in the development of the program, since it was necessary to assume tentative solutions. Among the most interesting problems are : What are the best techniques for teaching phonemic discrimination? What techniques are available for teaching accurate phonemic production in the absence of a live instructor?
This procedure was revised so that new material would be presented three times before the student spoke it. T h e student would then repeat three times after the Spanish model. 3.
When the difficulty was resolved, the experimenter recorded the program sequence or techniques that seemed to be effective. T h e process of tutorial modifications continued until a sufficient number of changes warranted a major revision of the program. T h e revised program was then given to other students. Subsequent program revisions were made in the same manner. Formal experimental comparisons were made when there appeared to be a substantial difference between the latest revision and the original version of the program.
Advances in the Teaching of Modern Languages by Gustave Mathieu