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Yorio and R. C. Crymes (eds), On TESOL '77. Washington, DC: TESOL. KSM page_25 Page 26 B behavioural objectives Behavioral objectives stated in a syllabus or as the goals of a language course are best understood in contrast with linguistic objectives. ' This would be an objective typical of the STRUCTURAL SYLLABUS, in that it designates an aspect of the English linguistic system which learners must acquire. However, it does not specify how they might use knowledge of this part of the system, or, in other words, what (linguistic) behaviours it will facilitate.
Brain and Language, 36, 127 47. VJC bilingual syntax measure Devised by Burt, Dulay and Hernandez-Chavez (1975), this language elicitation procedure involves a series of cartoon drawings and associated questions (originally in English and Spanish). ' It was designed to elicit data for MORPHEME ACQUISITION STUDIES. , Dulay, H. and Hernandez-Chavez, E. (1975). Bilingual syntax measure. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Dulay, H. and Burt, M. (1973). Should we teach children syntax? Language Learning, 23, 245 58.
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