ERIC Number: ED041023
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Evaluative Criteria: English.
National Study of Secondary School Evaluation, Washington, DC.
Criteria for a school's self-evaluation of its English program are provided. A sample statement of guiding principles for English instruction is followed by checklists and evaluation questions for the following areas: organization of the English program; the nature of offerings in language, literature, composition, speech, and reading; physical facilities (including analysis of available audio-visual equipment); direction of learning (information on the instructional staff, instructional activities, instructional materials, and methods of evaluation); outcomes; special characteristics of the English program; and a general evaluation of instruction. Evaluations are made on a scale of excellent, good, fair, poor or missing, and not applicable, with space provided for comments and supplementary data. (MF)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Curriculum Evaluation, Educational Objectives, Educational Philosophy, English Curriculum, Evaluation Criteria, Facilities, Instructional Materials, Language, Literature, Program Design, Reading, Secondary Education, Self Evaluation, Speech, Teacher Effectiveness, Writing (Composition)
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Authoring Institution: National Study of Secondary School Evaluation, Washington, DC.
Note: Section 4-6 of "Evaluative Criteria," Fourth Edition, published by National Study of Secondary School Evaluation