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ERIC Number: ED003320
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 397
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HIGH SCHOOL GRAMMAR-COMPOSITION--DEMONSTRATING A CORRELATION OF THE TRADITIONAL AND THE STRUCTURAL METHODS OF LANGUAGE ANALYSIS.
LANDRY, LEONARD P.
THIS PROJECT WAS DESIGNED TO DEMONSTRATE VARIOUS WAYS TO HELP STUDENTS UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT THEIR LANGUAGE AND HOW TO APPLY THIS KNOWLEDGE TO MORE CORRECT AND FORCEFUL WRITING. TRADITIONAL AND MODERN METHODS OF GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS WERE COMBINED IN ONE ECLECTIC SYSTEM WHICH RELATED FORM AND MEANING. THROUGH FIVE MAJOR PHASES, WHICH INCLUDED A YEAR OF FIELD STUDY, THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS WERE PRODUCED--(1) A COMMON METHODOLOGY AND TERMINOLOGY RELATING SIGNIFICATIONS OF FORM TO DESIGNATIONS OF MEANING, (2) THE FACTS OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN GRAMMAR MOST APPLICABLE TO TEACHING SPECIFIC SKILLS OF CORRECT AND FORCEFUL WRITING, (3) A TENTATIVE COURSE OF STUDY (GRADES 9-12) WHICH WAS TESTED AND EVALUATED, AND (4) A FINAL COURSE OF STUDY, WHICH INCLUDED A SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS AND A SEQUENCE OF SAMPLE EXERCISES FOR STUDENTS. FURTHER FIELD STUDY WAS RECOMMENDED. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Colorado State Coll., Greeley.
Identifiers: COLORADO; Colorado (Greeley)