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ERIC Number: ED081780
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The English Methods Course: An Interpretation.
O'Donnell, John F.
This paper describes an undergraduate English methods course for secondary education. The required texts are listed along with long term assignments. A section on each of the following subjects to be covered in the course contains model questions to be asked of the students, sources for the answers, and writing and other assignments: a) English instruction in the secondary school; b) you as a teacher; c) two directions toward a viable instructional strategy for English; d) linguistics and the teaching of English: the scientific method in the classroom; e) writing: the student as teacher, the teacher as editor, and technology as teaching assistant; f) literature as exploration and discovery; and g) the study of music ecology. (BRB)
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