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ERIC Number: ED002157
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 118
Abstractor: N/A
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TENTH-GRADE ENGLISH, AN INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE.
PAXTON, EVELYN; AND OTHERS
COMPOSITION, LITERATURE, AND LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES, ADAPTABLE FOR STUDENTS OF ALL ABILITY LEVELS, ARE SUGGESTED. TEACHERS SHOULD DETERMINE THE LEVELS OF THEIR OWN STUDENTS, REINFORCE THEIR PAST ACHIEVEMENTS, AND IMPROVE AND CONTINUE THESE ACHIEVEMENTS. UNIFYING CONCEPTS FOR EACH UNIT, WITH THE TYPE OF LITERATURE RECOMMENDED TO REINFORCE AND ILLUSTRATE THE LEARNINGS, ARE--PERCEIVING SOME OF LIFE'S PROBLEMS (SHORT STORIES), EVALUATING THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS (BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL), EXPLORING EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO LIFE (NARRATIVE POETRY), FOCUSING ON CHARACTERS IN CONFLICT (PLAYS), IDENTIFYING FORCES THAT MOLD CHARACTERS (NOVELS AND NOVELETTES), EXTENDING IMAGINATIVE INSIGHT (LYRIC POETRY), INVESTIGATING THE WORLD OF THOUGHT (ESSAYS, ARTICLES, AND EDITORIALS), AND GAINING PERSPECTIVE ON CONTEMPORARY LIFE (MASS MEDIA). QUESTIONS TO GUIDE READING, WRITING, AND SPEAKING SUGGESTIONS TO INCREASE MOTIVATION, OBJECTIVES TO EMPHASIZE, AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCES ARE GIVEN FOR EACH UNIT. PLANS ARE GIVEN FOR DEVELOPING WRITING SKILLS IN TOPIC SENTENCES, PARAGRAPHS, AND SHORT THEMES. TO GUIDE INDIVIDUAL READING, A PROGRAM OF LIBRARY TRIPS AND ORAL EXPERIENCES SHOULD BE PROVIDED. A LIST OF USEFUL BOOKS AND ARTICLES ON ASPECTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL READING PROGRAM IS INCLUDED. PANEL DISCUSSIONS, SINGLE PARAGRAPH BOOK REPORTS, AND SHARING PERIODS ARE USEFUL IN EVALUATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL READING PROGRAM.
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Authoring Institution: Los Angeles City Schools, CA.
Identifiers: California (Los Angeles)