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teacher and the taught

R. Gross

teacher and the taught

education in theory and practice from plate to James B Conant

by R. Gross

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Published by Dell Publishing Company in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Statementedited by R Gross.
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Open LibraryOL13706353M

By Teach Outside the Book Provide compelling comprehensible input using the video series [email protected] en español. Provided with this product: A comprehensible page Spanish summary of the first section of episode 4. - 20 Spanish questions with answer key - 20 English.   Does anyone know how much freedom English teachers typically have over what books they teach their students? Like many, my high school english classes consisted of some really mediocre/downright bad literature (I won't give any names, out of kindness) and I kind of cringe at the thought of being forced to teach that type of stuff.


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