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ERIC Number: ED051228
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 159
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Reference Count: 0
Language Face to Face: Developing a Language Centered Curriculum at the Heman Street School.
Early, Margaret, Ed.
Five prospective elementary teachers and five prospective teacher trainers were introduced to the experience of initiating and developing a language-centered curriculum. A collection of articles, written by the doctoral and master's candidates in the program, represents significant aspects of their experience. The titles of the articles are the following: (1) "One Person's View of Language in the Elementary School," (2) "A Unit on Neighborhoods: Grade Two," (3) "Language Face to Face," (4) "Introducing Individualized Reading in First Grade," (5) "Introducing 'Free' Reading Periods," (6) "Mini Courses: Evaluation of a Curricular Innovation at Heman Street School," (7) "Working on Writing," (8) "Language Throughout the Integrated Day," (9) "Learning Sight Words," (10) "Replication Study: Word Boundaries," (11) "'Action Research' on Spelling Methods in Grade Two," and (12) "Listening and Listening-Reading at Two Rates of Presentation by Fifth Grade Pupils." (CK)
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Authoring Institution: Syracuse Univ., NY. Reading and Language Arts Center.