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ERIC Number: ED082197
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 120
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Experimentation and Innovation in the Language Arts, K-16.
Knudson, Richard L., Ed.
English Record, v23 n4 p3-122 Summer 1973
Focusing on innovation and experimentation in the language arts, K-16, the articles in this volume of "The English Record" include: "Meeting Our Enemies: Career Education and the Humanities" by S. P. Marland, Jr.; "Hope for Research in English Education" by James Squire; "New York State and Certification by Competency" by Vincent Gazzetta; "English Without Walls" by Bruce Crawford; "Retraining to Teach English Mini Courses" by Robert Leonard; "New English: From Theory to Practice by Patrick Courts; "The Question of Black Studies--An Analysis" by Louis Osti; "The Film Course That Died" by Kenneth McCluskey; "Ten Questions Most Often Asked of 'Foxfire'" by B. Eliot Wiggington; "A No-Red-Pencil Composition Program" by Elizabeth Acheson; "Push It Around and Think About It" by James Symula; "Using the Open Concept in Freshman English" by Nancy Sandberg; "The Literary Response Process of College Students" by Richard Beach; "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Having a Poet in the School but Didn't Know Who to Ask" by Myra Klahr; and "An ERIC/RCS Review: On Teaching Shakespeare" by Daniel Dieterich. (HOD)
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Authoring Institution: New York State English Council.