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ERIC Number: ED085813
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 5
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Teaching the Methods Course in the Absence of the Lab School.
Loy, Harold W.
Formerly, in the Kansas State College Laboratory High School, Methods was taught concurrently with student teaching. However, the physical setting of the class, level of maturity and experience of the students, and overall instruction were changed as a result of the closing of the campus laboratory school. To accommodate the needs of the students adjustments, which include the following, were made: (1) more time was spent on general orientation, motivation, and visits to local high school speech and drama classes; (2) video tapes of students micro-teaching and role playing were critiqued with the pupils; and (3) the term projects required of the students focused on a resource unit or mini course which included teacher-made tests and evaluation sheets which were critiqued by the class. (WR)
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Note: Paper presented at sectional meeting of the Instructional Division of the Speech Communication Association Convention (Chicago, 1972)