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Monitoring language laboratory work

C. van der Walt
Literator | Vol 6, No 3 | a917 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/lit.v6i3.917 | © 1985 C. van der Walt | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 09 May 1985 | Published: 09 May 1985

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C. van der Walt,, South Africa

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Barely six years after the establishment of the first language laboratory at the University of Utah and five years after a similar language lab had been introduced at Ohio State University, E.H. Schneck complained that students who were supposed to stamp time-slips as evidence of their attendance "(got) someone else to stamp a time-slip; or a student might stamp one when entering, leave the laboratory, and come back to stamp it several hours later" (1930:31).


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