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9780738852034: Language Arts to Communication Arts
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Robert & Lois Wolsch have been pioneers and favorite discussion leaders, for over four decades, in bringing listening, speaking, writing, and reading together. They have demonstrated their ideas, to make composition an enjoyable experience and a major part of every classroom and home, to parent and professional groups throughout the country. Robert Wolsch, Ed.D. Curriculum & Teaching Language Arts, Teachers College, Columbia University, Professor of Communication & Education, emeritus, Western Connecticut State University. Robert Wolsch has been a language arts consultant, providing 400 in class demonstrations each year for 12 years to students and teachers about speaking and writing. Then, as Director of Curriculum Development for the Experimental Program of the Urban Job Corps, his language centered, curriculum research program earned major government funding. His Poetic Composition Through The Grades: A Handbook for Teachers, an outgrowth of his doctoral dissertation under Professor Leland Jacobs, was published by Teachers College Press. The National Council of Teachers of English recommended it for all professional libraries. Robert originated and coordinated the graduate Communication Arts programs for teachers at Western Connecticut State University, which, with composition as a central focus, were recommended in a national study as models for inexpensive, multidisciplined teacher education. The first professor to receive the Connecticut Education Association's Human Relations Award, Robert is listed in Leaders in Education and Who's Who in Education. Lois Cothran Wolsch, M.A. Speech & Child Development, University of Michigan, Remedial Speech & Language Teacher, retired, Danbury, Connecticut Public Schools & Adjunct, Western Connecticut State University. Lois Cothran Wolsch, with Robert, previously coauthored From Speaking to Writing to Reading, published by Teachers College Press which stressed the concept of speech first, leading to writin

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  • ISBN 10 0738852031
  • ISBN 13 9780738852034
  • BindingHardcover
  • Number of pages192

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