1964The Changing Role of English Education: Selected Addresses Delivered at the Second Conference on English Education, University of Illinois, April 2–4, 1964. Stanley B. Kegler, Editor.
Table of Contents
IntroductionStanley B. Kegler (including organizational remarks)
English Education as Scholarly DisciplineDwight L. Burton
Implications of Research in Written CompositionRichard Corbin
Two Projects in Curriculum Development: The Wisconsin Project Robert C. Pooley, Leonard V. Kosinski, John E. Searles
The Florida Project John S. Simmons
Concepts to Be Taught: Organic Form : The Primary Concept to Be Taught in Literature Dorothy Petitt
What Language Concepts Should We Teach to Future Teachers of English? James M. McCrimmon
Methods of InquiryMorris Finder
A Way of Preparing an English TeacherGeorge H. Henry
English, Speech, and Language Arts : Disorder and Latter Day SorrowDonald K. Smith
A Report on Volume V: The Education of Teachers of EnglishAlfred H. Grommon
Does the New English Demand a New English Education?James R. Squire
Summaries of Group Discussions
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