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ERIC Number: ED016657
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 13
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Reference Count: 0
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AN EVALUATION OF ORAL INTERPRETATION AS A PART OF THE PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF ENGLISH. INTERIM REPORT.
FERNANDEZ, THOMAS L.
THIS STUDY WAS DESIGNED TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS IN ORAL INTERPRETATION IS A VALID OBJECTIVE IN THE PREPARATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF ENGLISH. THE QUESTIONNAIRE WHICH SERVED AS THE BASIC INSTRUMENT OF THE STUDY SOLICITED RESPONSES FROM COLLEGE PROFESSORS OF SPEECH AND OF ENGLISH AND FROM SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF ENGLISH. RESULTS OF THE STUDY INDICATED THAT ORAL EXPRESSION IS A SUBJECT OF INTEREST AND CONCERN TO THOSE ENGAGED IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL. THIS GROUP OF TEACHERS SUPPORTED THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS IN ORAL INTERPRETATION AS AN OBJECTIVE OF TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS. MOREOVER, SKILL IN READING ALOUD WAS DEEMED A HELPFUL TOOL FOR SECONDARY ENGLISH TEACHERS BY THE MAJORITY OF THE RESPONDENTS TO THE SURVEY, REGARDLESS OF THE RESPONDNT'S SUBJECT FIELD AND THE EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AT WHICH HE TAUGHT. (A COPY OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE UTILIZED IN THE SURVEY IS ATTACHED TO THE REPORT.) (AUTHOR/RD)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois State-Wide Curriculum Study Center in the Preparation of Secondary English Teachers, Urbana.; Monmouth Coll., IL.
Identifiers: Illinois State Wide Curriculum Study Center