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ERIC Number: ED042787
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 10
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And Gladly Will They Learn, and Gladly Teach.
Boase, Paul H.; Glancy, Donald R.
Speech Teacher, v15 n4 p267-75 Nov 1966
Teachers of speech strive to improve and enrich all areas of oral communication by providing effective experiences for students in a favorable physical environment. To offer such a program in speech education and communication, the modern high school should have (1) classrooms for teaching fundamentals of speech, discussion, debate, public speaking, oral interpretation, and dramatics, (2) an adjacent sound control and listening room, (3) a forensic-workshop room for students in discussion and debate, (4) a speech correction room for remedial therapy, and (5) a little theater designed for both proscenium and arena staging. (Information is included about possible federal and state sources of funding and about such supplies and facilities as audiovisual equipment, furnishings, building materials, and size of classrooms and auditoriums.) (JM)
Speech Communication Association, Statler Hilton Hotel, New York, N.Y. 10001 ($0.25, prepaid)
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Authoring Institution: Speech Communication Association, New York, NY.
Note: Revision of an article that appeared in "The American School Board Journal" (June 1962)