The Measurement of Understanding in the Language Arts
by Harry A. Greene & William S. Gray - 1946
The language arts as a field of instruction may be considered as comprising two main areas of communication skills: (1) the expressional skills, involved in writing and speaking, and (2) the receptive skills, involved in reading and listening. Each presents somewhat different problems in the analysis and appraisal of meanings. The objectives of the language arts outlined in this chapter are grouped, therefore, under these two headings.
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