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ERIC Number: ED034760
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 200
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Speaking About Teaching: Papers from the 1965 Summer Session of the Commission on English.
College Entrance Examination Board, New York, NY. Commission on English.
Thirteen papers have been collected in this book to indicate professional concern about English instruction at all levels and to articulate the role of the teacher, teacher educator, academician, and federal government in changing current English teaching practices. Topics of articles are (1) the intellectual, civic, and ethical responsibilities of the teacher, by Howard Mumford Jones, (2) "What English Institutes Could Be," by Harold Martin, (3) "Encouraging Good Teaching through Institutes," by Donald Bigelow, (4) workshops designed to bring educators and academicians into closer association with public school teachers, by Warner Rice, (5) "Research Programs of the U. S. Office of Education," by Francis Ianni, (6) suggestions for the English professor who requests federal aid for his project, by Kenneth Mildenberger, (7) "The Potential in Potential Dropouts," by Miriam Goldstein, (8) "Teaching the Culturally Disadvantaged," by Daniel Thompson, (9) a remedial summer English program for black college students in Birmingham, by John Monro, (10) "Linguistics in the English Institutes," by H. A. Gleason, Jr., (11) "Grammar and Rhetoric," by Francis Christensen, (12) "All Students Hunger for Great Literature," by Joan Wofford, and (13) "Developing Writing Power in the Elementary School," by Dorothy Saunders. (JB)
College Entrance Examination Board, Publications Order Office, Box 592, Princeton, New Jersey 08540 (HC $4.00)
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Authoring Institution: College Entrance Examination Board, New York, NY. Commission on English.