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ERIC Number: ED001224
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 40
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TEACHING THE GIFTED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. TEACHING SUGGESTIONS GRADE SCOPE AND SEQUENCE.
GLATTHORN, ALLAN A.
THIS PUBLICATION IS A TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR A GIFTED ENGLISH PROGRAM IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. THE ENGLISH COURSE OF STUDY DESIGNED FOR SPECIAL CLASSES FOR GIFTED STUDENTS RATHER THAN FOR HETEROGENEOUS CLASSES WITH AN ENRICHED PROGRAM FOR THE GIFTED, PROVIDES FOR THREE MAJOR DIFFERENCES FROM THE REGULAR ENGLISH COURSE-DIFFERENCE IN PACE OR ACCELERATION, DIFFERENCE IN SCOPE OF MATERIAL COVERED, AND DIFFERENCE IN DEPTH OF STUDY. THE PROGRAM IS SO STRUCTURED THAT THE STUDENT WHO FOLLOWS IT SHOULD HAVE, BY THE END OF GRADE ELEVEN, THE EQUIVALENT OF A FRESHMAN COURSE IN COLLEGE COMPOSITION, AND BY THE END OF GRADE 12, THE EQUIVALENT OF A COLLEGE COURSE IN ENGLISH LITERATURE. INCLUDED ARE GENERAL SUGGESTIONS IN THE AREAS OF GRAMMAR, USAGE, COMPOSITION, VOCABULARY, LITERATURE, SEMANTICS, READING SKILLS, CRITICAL THINKING, LIBRARY RESEARCH, AND STUDY SKILLS. THE SCOPE AND SEQUENCE OF ENGLISH FOR THE GIFTED ARE ALSO PRESENTED FOR EACH GRADE LEVEL, SEVEN THROUGH TWELVE.
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Authoring Institution: Abington School District, PA.
Identifiers: PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Abington)