The English Language Arts in the Secondary School

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Index
Achievement Tests, CEEB, 447
Achieving Objectives of Education, Minneapolis Public Schools, 58
Adamic, Louis, 293
Administrators and the speech program, 243-244

teachers for college preparatory students, 468

Admissions examinations, college, 445-458
Adolescents, growing anonymity faced by, 6
approaches to understanding, 14--15
books read by, 21-24
books which portray, 21-24
conflicting purposes and traditions, 9
growing up of, as unit of study, 114-115
language characteristics, 16-20
physical, mental, and emotional characteristics, 16-20
poem about, 12
tensions caused by submergence of individual, 6-9
world background for, see World characteristics
Advanced Placement Program, CEEB, 451
Advanced Standing Examinations, 451-454

in composition and literature, 452, 464

Advertising art, use in teaching, 415
Aesthetic context, communication arts and, 432-436
Age of students, increasing differences and, 127
Agreement, in grammar, 372-373
Ainsworth School, Portland, 343
Allport, Gordon, 217
All-school responsibility, listening, 257-269

reading, 176-179

Alphabet, as reference tool, 392
Altick, Richard, 334
American English, 357-358; see also English language
American literature, 145-148
American Magazine, 101
Articulation, 52, 439-440
education-for-life movement, 442
effect of numbers, 440-442
between elementary and secondary, 52, 257-258
between high school and college, 439-440, 458-460, 463-466, 467
listening program, 132-133
problems of, 52
study of problems of, 52-53
Assemblies, in listening program, 264-267
Assignments, in writing, 319-321
Association of Colleges and Universities, 464
Atkinson, George, School, Portland, 342
Atlanta, Georgia, unit guides, 114n
Atlantic Monthly, 149
Audio-visual equipment, 223-226

in study of literature, 149-152

Automation, 4
Ayer, Fred, 389
Back-Country America, unit of study on, 70-112, 229, 318, 339
Baker, Franklin T., 411
Baltimore Public Schools, 53n
history and communication arts integrated, 422-424
listening, study in, 269
remedial reading in, 197-198
unit guides in, 114n
workshops in, 49
Barlow, Elizabeth R., 209-210
Barzun, Jacques, 296

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