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ERIC Number: ED071100
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 72
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Revisiting Basic Issues in English Education: Selected Papers and Addresses Delivered at the Conference on English Education (6th, University of Colorado, March 28-30, 1968). Part I.
Haugh, Oscar M., Ed.
The 11 papers collected in this book provide an analysis of a number of issues basic to English education. J. W. Patrick Creber discusses "rigour" in creative work and the question of "subject-centered" versus "student-centered" curriculums in British schools; Francis G. Townsend describes the working relationships between the departments of English and English Education at Florida State University; James D. Barry analyzes some of the difficulties of implementing the guidelines of the English Teacher Preparation Study; Donald D. Small discusses the content of methods courses in small colleges; Alan L. Madsen considers what instruction English teachers should have in literary critical theory; Alfred L. Papillon takes up the problems of a curriculum sequence in modern grammars for English teachers; Frank J. Zidonis studies the curriculum, learning theory, and teacher strategy for language instruction at the secondary level; Earl Seidman points out the values and limitations of microteaching; Sister M. Philippa Coogan surveys new materials and methods for helping and evaluating student teachers; Gordon M. A. Mork explains the use of the Verbal Reaction Behavior Log (VRBL) as a basis for evaluating student teachers; and Bryant Fillion presents methods of better preparing classroom teachers for the supervision of student teachers. (This document previously announced as ED 025 522.) (LH)
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Authoring Institution: National Council of Teachers of English, Champaign, IL.