ERIC Number: ED035621
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Publication Date: 1969
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Language and Teaching: Essays in Honor of W. Wilbur Hatfield.
McDavid, Virginia, Ed.
This collection of 10 essays is concerned with the leadership and current trends in English language teaching. Specific topics of papers are (1) W. Wilbur Hatfield as "The Pattern Maker," by James Mason, (2) Hatfield as an innovator in the teaching of literature and language, by Irwin Suloway, (3) "Changes in English Teaching in the Past Decades," by Albert Marckwardt, (4) the nature and possibilities of the "New English," by John DeBoer, (5) a proposal to increase reading comprehension beyond initial word-decoding, by Thomas Creswell, (6) the language component in English teaching, by Harold Allen, (7) "The Study of Regional and Social Variety in American English," by James McMillan, (8) "The Oral Usage of English Teachers," by Robert Pooley, (9) more rewarding emphases in teaching composition, by James McCrimmon, and (10) "Dictionary Makers and Their Problems," by Raven McDavid, Jr. (JB)
Descriptors: Dialects, Educational History, Educational Trends, English Instruction, Language, Language Usage, Leadership Qualities, Lexicography, Literature, North American English, Oral English, Policy Formation, Teacher Associations, Teaching, Teaching Methods, Writing (Composition)
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Authoring Institution: Chicago State Coll., IL.