ERIC Number: ED252889
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: N/A
Literacy as a Human Problem.
Raymond, James C., Ed.
First presented as papers in a symposium on literacy conducted at the University of Alabama, essays in this volume explore three areas of human literacy--law, linguistics, and the English language; testing; and literacy's relation with culture and human consciousness. Following an introduction examining literacy as a human problem, the following nine papers are presented: "Don't Grammar Count?" (Thomas H. Middleton); "Literacy: A Human and a Legal Problem" (Vivian I. Davis); "Why Good English Is Good for You" (John Simon); "Language: Unites or Divides? The Students' Right in Retrospect" (Elisabeth McPherson); "How Competent Are the Writing Competency Tests? (Thomas Newkirk); "Who Am I Unless I Know You? Another View of Competence" (Richard Lloyd-Jones); "A Literal View of Literacy" (Edward P. J. Corbett); "Luria on Literacy: The Cognitive Consequences of Reading and Writing" (Frank J. D'Angelo); and "Reading, Technology, and Human Consciousness" (Walter J. Ong). (HTH)
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Cognitive Processes, Cultural Influences, Educational Theories, English, Grammar, Language Usage, Legal Problems, Literacy, Minimum Competency Testing, Reading Research, Reading Skills, Social Problems, Standard Spoken Usage, Technological Advancement, Writing Evaluation, Writing Skills
National Council of Teachers of English, 1111 Kenyon Rd., Urbana, IL 61801 (Stock No. 29579, $7.50 member, $9.75 nonmember).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Luria (A R)
Note: Papers presented at the Alabama Symposium on English and American Literature (6th, University, AL, 1979). Published by the University of Alabama Press.