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ERIC Number: ED020187
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Apr
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REPORT OF THE 14TH YALE CONFERENCE ON THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH (APRIL 5-6, 1968).
Yale Univ., New Haven, CT. Graduate School.
IN THIS COLLECTION OF SIX SPEECHES FROM THE YALE CONFERENCE, EACH AUTHOR DISCUSSES THE MEANINGS OF SPECIFIC WORKS OR IDEAS IMPORTANT TO ENGLISH TEACHING. SPEECHES ARE BY (1) SCOTT ELLEDGE, WHO PROPOSES COMPOSITION ASSIGNMENTS WHICH ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO "EXPLAIN" IMAGINATIVELY, (2) JAMES FOLSOM, WHO DISCUSSES THE WAYS IN WHICH A SHARPENED POINT-OF-VIEW HELPS STUDENT-WRITERS PERCEIVE AND EXPLAIN THE WORLD, (3) JAMES SQUIRE, WHO REQUESTS MORE CLASSTIME FOR GRAPPLING WITH EXPERIENCES AND IDEAS AND FOR INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCES, (4) CLEANTH BROOKS, WHO ENCOURAGES THE EXPLICATION OF GOOD POETRY AS A MEANS OF NOURISHING STUDENTS' IMAGINATIONS, (5) DAVID THORBURN, WHO USES JOYCE'S "AN ENCOUNTER" TO ILLUSTRATE APPROACHES TO AN INTELLIGENT READING OF FICTION, AND (6) DOUGLAS COLE, WHO ANALYZES THE ARRANGEMENT OF EXTERNAL SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF PLAYS TO DISCOVER INNER VISION. (THIS REPORT IS AVAILABLE, FOR $1.00, FROM THE MASTER-OF-ARTS-IN-TEACHING PROGRAM, YALE UNIVERSITY, 215 PARK STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT 06520.) (JB)
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Authoring Institution: Yale Univ., New Haven, CT. Graduate School.
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