ERIC Number: ED062326
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
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Lecture Alternatives in Teaching English.
Judy, Stephen, Ed.
The five sections of the document are: General Discussion; Classroom Experiences; Evaluation and Non-Lecture Teaching; A Closing Note; and Appendix. The ten papers presented are as follows: "Lecture Alternatives and the English Class" by Stephen Judy; "Let's See How it Goes: A View of the Teacher as Manager of Student-Initiated Activities" by James Wilsford; "Talk-Drama as an Alternative to the Lecture" by M. Robert Graham; "Individualizing the First Grade Classroom" by Sister Patricia Lamb; "Choose your Environment" by Sister Mary Clare Yares; "A Student-Centered Composition Course" by Patrick Courts; "Poor Expectations" by Robert Stallman; "Response to Writing" by Merilee Pearson; "An Intemperate View of Comparative Grading and Some Ways to Subvert the System" by Ann E. Green; and "Are There Alternatives to 'English'?" by David Robertson Angus. The Appendix concludes with "Some Lecture Alternatives" by The Lecture Alternatives Committee. (LS)
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, English Instruction, Lecture Method, Literature Programs, Literature Reviews, Media Selection, Student Motivation, Student Participation, Visual Aids, Writing (Composition)
National Council of Teachers of English, 1111 Kenyon Road, Urbana, Illinois 61801 (Stock No. 03613: $2.50 prepaid)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Council of Teachers of English, St. Joseph.
Note: Prepared by the Committee on Lecture Alternatives in the English Classroom