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The Changing Role of English Education: Selected Addresses Delivered at the Second Conference on English Education, Univ of Illinois, April 2–4, 1964.

1964
The 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

Front Matter

Introduction
Stanley B. Kegler (including organizational remarks)

English Education as Scholarly Discipline
Dwight L. Burton

Implications of Research in Written Composition
Richard 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 Inquiry
Morris Finder

A Way of Preparing an English Teacher
George H. Henry

English, Speech, and Language Arts : Disorder and Latter Day Sorrow
Donald K. Smith

A Report on Volume V: The Education of Teachers of English
Alfred H. Grommon

Does the New English Demand a New English Education?
James R. Squire

Summaries of Group Discussions

Program

Document and Site Resources

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