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Current Dynamics in the Teaching of English and Foreign Languages in High School and College: New Patterns in College English: Communication Arts in the Making


by Lennox Grey - 1947

Legends of "college English conservatism" are so firmly fixed that it is hard to believe our college programs may be more responsive to current educational dynamics than our secondary school programs. Yet there are signs suggesting just that. In fact, some of these signs suggest that they have been more responsive throughout the past fifteen years to many of the very things we professionals in Schools of Education have been intent on—to ideas of correlation, to infusion of potent new ideas, to the adaptation of the findings of significant investigations.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 49 Number 3, 1947, p. 154-164
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 5412, Date Accessed: 11/28/2020 12:32:57 AM

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