Leonard Newmark is Professor Emeritus at San Diego University. As the director of the Linguistics Language Program (LLP) in the mid 1960s, he is credited with introducing an "innovative way of teaching languages, a forerunner of the kinds of communicative approaches that are widespread today".
Publications[edit | edit source]
- Newmark, L. (1966) "How not to interfere with language learning." Language Learning: The Individual and the Process. International Journal of American Linguistics 40: 77-83.
- Newmark, L. (1971) "A minimal language teaching program." In P. Pimsleur and T. Quinn (Eds.), The Psychology of Second Language Learning. Cambridge University Press.