Originally published in 1955, this book holds some techniques for helping teachers to diagnose their own faults and learn from one another. The first part is concerned with the handling of speech problems in general and the second part with the training of English specialists. Today it can be read and enjoyed in its historical context.
Table of Contents
Preface. Part 1: Voice, Mood and Personality 1. The Group Approach to Speech Problems 2. First Experiences of Recording: The Student and the Printed Text 3. Recorded Verse-Speaking: The Student as a Reader of Poems 4. Monologues and Dialogues: The Student as an Impromptu Speaker 5. Recorded Lessons: The Student as a Role Player Part 2: Patterns of Teaching in the English Lesson 6. Sound Recordings and Interaction Graphs in an English Methods Course 7. Poets and Teachers 8. Shakespeare and the Teacher 9. The Teacher and the Child Writer: A 10. The Teacher and the Child Writer: B. Epilogue. Index.
J. Elizabeth Richardson