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ERIC Number: ED052171
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 254
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Sense and Sensitivity; The Philosophy and Practice of English Teaching.
Creber, J. W. Patrick
This book, which concerns the teaching of English, is composed of two parts. Part One--The Imaginative Faculty contains the following chapters: 1. "The First Year: The Rediscovery of the Familiar"; 2. "The Second and Third Years: The Growth of Consciousness"; 3. "The Final Stage: Imagination and Morality"; and 4. "The Dramatic Experience." Part Two--The Critical Faculty contains these chapters: 5. "English Re-integrated"; 6. "Whetting the Appetite--I; 7. "Whetting the Appetite--II"; 8. "Reading and Comprehension"; 9. "Building a Resistance"; and 10. "Critical Discipline: Methods and Criteria of Evaluation." An appendix, bibliography, index, and acknowledgments are included. (DB)
National Council of Teachers of English, 1111 Kenyon Road, Urbana, Illinois 61801 ($4.25, Stock No. 22807, hardbound; $2.50, Stock No. 22816, paperbound)
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