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ERIC Number: ED070100
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 100
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The Changing Role of English Education: Selected Addresses Delivered at the Conference on English Education (2nd, University of Illinois, April 2-4, 1964).
Kegler, Stanley B., Ed.
The 11 addresses comprising this monograph indicate the proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on English Education. Included are Dwight L. Burton's definitions of English education as a scholarly discipline; Richard Corbin's discussion of the NCTE report "Research in Written Composition"; Dorothy Pettit's thesis that organic unity is the primary concept to be taught in literature; James M. McCrimmon's survey of language concepts to be taught to prospective English teachers; Morris Finder's idea that the prospective teacher must master methods of inquiry appropriate to literature, language, and composition; George H. Henry's discussion of the general and professional education of the English teacher; Donald K. Smith's call for a "sequence-of-knowledge" English curriculum for secondary schools; Alfred H. Grommon's report on volume V of the "NCTE Curriculum Series"--"The Education of Teachers of English"; James R. Squire's views of present programs and innovations in the education of English teachers; and reports on the Wisconsin and Florida English curriculum development projects. Summaries of group discussions are also provided. (This document previously announced as ED 023 683.) (JB)
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Authoring Institution: National Council of Teachers of English, Champaign, IL.