Values in the English Classroom
by Helen C. Lodge — 1977
Courses of study, textbooks, and teachers' statements of their instructional goals all assure the reader that concern with building moral values is an important outcome of the study of English. Despite changes that have altered landmarks in English instruction in the last twenty years, the examination of values and the gradual formulation of a coherent code of ethics have remained a desired outcome of instruction in the English language arts.
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