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ERIC Number: ED018425
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Jan
Pages: 7
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SPEECH COMMUNICATION AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT.
OSBORN, LYNN R.
A 5-DAY CONFERENCE, COSPONSORED BY KANSAS UNIVERSITY'S COMMUNICATION RESEARCH CENTER AND SOUTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY'S INSTITUTE FOR INDIAN STUDIES, WAS HELD IN MAY 1967 TO DISCUSS THE TEACHING OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION TO AMERICAN INDIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. THIS REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE CONTAINS THREE POSITION STATEMENTS, DRAFTED BY THE CONFEREES, DEALING WITH--(1) A RECOMMENDED PROGRAM OF SPEAKING AND LISTENING TRAINING FOR INDIAN STUDENTS, (2) A RECOMMENDED PROGRAM OF TEACHER PREPARATION, INCLUDING A SUGGESTED 4-YEAR COURSE OF STUDY WITH A MINIMUM OF 126 SEMESTER HOURS, AND (3) SELECTED MAJOR PROBLEMS RELEVANT TO THE SPEECH COMMUNICATION NEEDS OF AMERICAN INDIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND RECOMMENDED FOR IMMEDIATE AND INTENSIVE RESEARCH INVESTIGATION. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN "THE SPEECH TEACHER," VOL. 17 (JANUARY 1968), 38-43. (MM)
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