ERIC Number: ED058234
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Publication Date: 1970
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Teaching English Today: An In-Service Guide Prepared for Use with "American English Today."
Guth, Hans P.
This book reviews for both the experienced and the new teacher essential developments that have helped shape new content in the teaching of English language and composition. The materials contained in the book are designed for independent study, for informal study in workshops or conferences, or for formal study in in-service courses. The chapters of the book are as follows: I. Linguistics (Historical Linguistics, Modern Linguistics, Usage Studies, Semantics; and Exercises); II. Grammar (Traditional Grammar, Structural Grammar, Transformational Grammar; and Exercises); III. Usage (The Traditional Approach, The Liberal Approach, Usage Teaching Today; and Exercises); IV. Composition (Exercises and Prose Models); and V. "English Teachers and Minority Culture" by Nettye G. Goddard. (DB)
Descriptors: English Instruction, Grammar, Inservice Teacher Education, Language Usage, Linguistics, North American English, Teaching Guides, Writing (Composition)
McGraw-Hill Book & Education Services Group, McGraw-Hill, Inc. 330 W. 42 Street, New York, New York 10036 ($4.40, 25% discount to teachers, schools, and school libraries)
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