Appendices and Tables


     Table                                            Pages 


     Appendix A:    The original data and tables
                    reflecting the original data

     3.1   Sources of the original drill examples     249

     3.2   List of drill examples exemplifying 
            operational typologies                    250

     3.3   List of drill examples exemplifying
            pedagogical typologies                    252

     3.4   The variable environment of different
            drill presentation media                  254

     3.5   Categorization schemes discussed by
            the authors consulted                     255

     3.6   Typical categorizations of drills and
            activities according to traditional
            operational type                          256

     3.7   Correlations between traditional drill
            typologies                                257

     3.14  Typical categorizations of drills and
            activities according to pedagogical
            types                                     258

     3.15  Various degrees of "communicative"
            activity                                  259


           The original drill sample                  260


     Appendix B:    Analyses of the data

     3.8   Summary of operational classification 
            based on cue and response-model           317

     3.9   Detailed analysis and categorization
            of drill examples according to cue
            and response-model                        320

            fixed or variable insertion-slot          336

     3.11  Variations in cue presentation             339

     3.12  Variations in response-set                 349

     3.13  Variations in answer-set                   358

     3.16  Discrete pedagogical factors
            illustrated in the data                   366

     3.17  Detailed analysis and categorization of 
            pedagogical sample according to cue and
            response-model                            371 

           3.17b Summary of categorizaton of
                 pedagogical sample according
                 to cue and response-model            386

           3.17c Summary of presentation and
                 answer-analysis factors in
                 the pedagogical sample               389

     3.18  All "meaningful+" drills exhibiting
            only a single pedagogical factor          392

     3.19  All "meaningless" drills in the
            pedagogical sample                        393

     3.20  Pedagogical factors exhibited by
            question - answer exchanges               394

           3.20b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting question -       
                  answer interchanges                 395

     3.21  Examples that exhibit Realistic
            Interchange                               396

           3.21b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting Realistic       
                  Interchange                         397

     3.22  Examples that exhibit Extended 
            Context                                   399

           3.22b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting Extended       
                  Context                             401
     3.23  Examples that exhibit Truth Value
            or Information Gap                        404

           3.23b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting Truth Value or 
                  Information Gap                     405

     3.24  Examples that exhibit Function
            Practice                                  407

           3.24b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting Function       
                  Practice                            408

     3.25  Examples that exhibit More than One
            Response                                  409

           3.25b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting More than One  
                  Response                            410

     3.26  Examples that exhibit the need for 
            Lexical Skill                             412

           3.26b Operational criteria of drills
                  exhibiting the need for   
                  Lexical Skill                       413

     3.27  Examples that provide the possibility
            of Creative Input, Within Constraints     415

           3.27b Operational criteria of drills
                  providing the possibility of
                  Creating Input, Within 
                  Constraints                         416

     3.28  Examples that provide the possibility
            of Creative Input, Without Constraints    417

           3.28b Operational criteria of drills
                  providing the possibility of
                  Creating Input, Without
                  Constraints                         418


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