1968-Part IITeaching the Teacher of English: Selected Papers and Addresses Delivered at the Sixth Conference on English Education, University of Colorado, March 28–30, 1968, Part II. Oscar M. Haugh, Editor.
Table of Contents
IntroductionOscar M. Haugh
A Teacher Must BeCharlton Laird
The Nature of Literature Background Appropriate for the Beginning TeacherOscar A. Bouise
Teacher Training for the HumanitiesSheila Schwartz
A Gap to Be NarrowedJohn S. Simmons
Toward Pluralism: A Strategy for Teacher TrainingAndrew MacLeish
Structural Ambiguity for English TeachersNorman C. Stageberg
The "New Rhetoric" in the Training of Teachers of CompositionRichard L. Larson
Helping New Teachers with the Evaluation of Student WritingRoss M. Jewell
Preparing Teachers for Effective Teaching of Oral LanguageElmer E. Baker, Jr.
English Teachers' Attitudes toward Preparation in ReadingJ. Harvey Littrell
Desirable English Education Courses Other than MethodsRobert E. Shafer
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