2 edition of survey of language classes in the Army specialized training program found in the catalog.
survey of language classes in the Army specialized training program
Modern Language Association of America. Commission on Trends in Education.
|Other titles||Army specialized training program.|
|Statement||prepared for the Commission on trends in education of the Modern Language Association of America by Frederick B. Agard ... Robert J. Clements ... William S. Hendrix ... [and others]|
|Contributions||Agard, Frederick Browning, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||PB38.U6 M65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||44009196|
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A Survey of Language Classes in the Army Specialized Training Program. Agard, Frederick B.; And Others. A survey, involving visits to the 44 institutions offering the Army Specialized Training Program's (ASTP) Foreign Area and Language Study Curriculum, provides information on program structure, faculty organization, student requirements, instructional procedures for presenting language skills Cited by: Survey of language classes in the Army specialized training program.
New York, Commission on Trends in Education, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick B Agard; Modern Language Association of America. Commission on Trends in Education. A survey of language classes in the Army specialized training program, prepared for the Commission on trends in education of the Modern language association of America, Author: Frederick B Agard ; Modern Language Association of America.
The Army Specialized Training Program was a military training program instituted by the United States Army during World War II to meet wartime demands both for junior officers and soldiers with technical skills.
Conducted at American universities, it offered training in such fields as engineering, foreign languages, and medicine. The ASTP differed from the V Navy College Training Program in producing technically trained. Skilled Linguist Program.
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