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ERIC Number: ED051233
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
Pages: 110
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Films and the English Class.
Donelson, Kenneth, Ed.
Arizona English Bulletin, v13 n2 Feb 1971
The importance of film in the English classroom and its vitality in the English curriculum are discussed. Articles that comprise this issue of the bulletin are: The Trouble with Film Teaching by James E. Cutts; "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" or Send Your Students to the Flicks Tonight by Bob Haskett; It's the Reel Thing: The Verite of Cinema Is That It Does Belong in the Classroom by Neil W. Elverson; A Visual and Auditory Composition by Henry Pilote; Using "Magic Moments" Films in Elementary School by Carolyn Onstott, Lynne Newcomb, and Klaire Pirtle; Science Fiction, Movies, and Freshman English: All for One, and One for All by Edward E. Waldron; Film Study for the Very Young by Richard Mechling; S.W.I.F.T. Organizes; Organizing a Film Study Association by Edward J. Cryer; The Silent Movie--Untapped Potential for the Classroom by Brother Bonaventure J. Neidlinger; Go Underground! by James Quick; Film and the English Class by Charles P. Kendall; The Film Was Very Fun-damental by Mildred M. Jeranko; What Films Are Worth Seeing? What Books about Film Are Worth Reading? by Kenneth L. Donelson; and Cyrano Pointed the Way: A Brief Retrospective Journey Through the 60's by Leo Hartke and Millan Freeman. (DB)
Ken Donelson, Arizona English Bulletin, English Department, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona 85281 ($1.25)
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Authoring Institution: Arizona State Univ., Tempe.