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Representative performance objectives for high school English

Tri-University Project on Behavioral Objectives in English.

Representative performance objectives for high school English

a guide forteaching, evaluating and curriculum planning.

by Tri-University Project on Behavioral Objectives in English.

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Published by Ronald Press in New York .
Written in English


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This handbook, which lists and discusses representative performance objectives for secondary school English, is intended for use by high school teachers in planning units and lessons, for consideration by departments revising or rewriting an existing curriculum, and for discussion by preservice teachers in college methods classes and by groups of inservice : J.

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Representatives of three major universities, with the help of about 30 consultants and over teachers and several thousand students Representative performance objectives for high school English book 24 field-testing schools, over a two-year period prepared and tested a handbook or catalog of representative performance objectives in English for gradeswhich is included as an appendix to this : J.

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