1 edition of Teaching literature in grades ten through twelve. found in the catalog.
Teaching literature in grades ten through twelve.
|Statement||Edited by Edward B. Jenkinson and Philip B. Daghlian.|
|Series||English curriculum study series, Indiana University English curriculum study series.|
|Contributions||Jenkinson, Edward B., ed., Daghlian, Philip B., ed., Indiana University. English Curriculum Study Center.|
|LC Classifications||PN59 .T4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 371 p.|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||68014617|
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each of the first three sections ("poetry,""short story," and "drama", presents a program for the teaching of that genre in grades 10 (american literature), 11 Author: Philip B.
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