2 edition of English for the academically talented student in the secondary school found in the catalog.
English for the academically talented student in the secondary school
National Council of Teachers of English. Committee on English Programs for High School Students of Superior Ability.
by National Education Association, Project of the Academically Talented Student and National Council of Teachers of English, Champaign, Ill. in Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 121-128. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Statement||Editor: Arno Jewett, chairman.|
|Contributions||Jewett, Arno Joseph, 1907- ed.|
|LC Classifications||LB1631 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||60009756|
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Introducing the essays in this publication, Virginia A. Elliott and Lois S. Josephs review the problems of teaching English to the academically talented student.
Essays are by (1) Michael F. Shugrue, who surveys, from throughthe achievements of conferences, Curriculum Study Centers, and the Dartmouth Seminar; (2) John Simmons, who discusses the necessity and difficulties of Author: Virginia A.
Elliott, Lois S. Josephs. National Council of Teachers of English. Committee on English Programs for High School Students of Superior Ability.
English for the academically talented student in the secondary school. Washington, National Education Association, Project of the Academically Talented Student and National Council of Teachers of English, Champaign, Ill.
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Get this from a library. English for the academically talented student in the secondary school; report. [Virginia A Elliot; Lois Josephs Fowler; National Council of Teachers of English.
Committee on English Programs for High School Students of Superior Ability.]. English for gifted and talented students 11–18 London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi Activities to Support and Challenge More Able English Students in Secondary Schools; to bring about improved achievement in a range of respects for more able students.
The ideas for this book have grown over a number of years of involvement with more able. English competitions for Specialized Language Talent Development (Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competitions, UNSW English Language, Global Assessment, Book Publication) GEP (Gifted Education Programme) screening and selection test.
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Place of vernacular in Lower Secondary Maintenance of the student’s language should continue when the texts that students produce relate to their societal cultural aspects meaning it is a cultural thing. However, the language of instruction at this level must be English as this is the language they are learning.
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