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The Creative Approach to English Teaching

by David Holbrook 1983

The greatest advantage of teaching English as a humanities subject is in the way it encourages children's natural abilities to express themselves creatively in words and to empathize with others. The history of the creative movement in Great Britain is traced through various literature. (Source: ERIC)

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 84 Number 3, 1983, p. 653-667
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 781, Date Accessed: 12/18/2018 10:48:26 AM

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  • David Holbrook
    Downing College, Cambridge, England
    DAVID HOLBROOK is a Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, and Director of English Studies there. He has taught English in adult education, in schools and at the university. He has written eight books on the teaching of English, including English for Maturity, English for the Rejected, and English for Meaning. He has also published his Selected Poems (1980) and two novels, Flesh Wounds and A Play of Passion. He has also published a number of studies in a series entitled The Psychology of Culture: including books on Dylan Thomas, Sylvia Plath and Gustav Mahler, and Lost Bearings in English Poetry.
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