2 edition of Junior high school English in wartime and after found in the catalog.
Junior high school English in wartime and after
Helen Jeannette Hanlon
|Statement||by Helen G. [!] Hanlon, Miriam B. Booth and Committee on Junior High School English in Time of War.|
|Series||NCTE pamphlets on communication|
|Contributions||Booth, Miriam B., 1894- joint author., National Council of Teachers of English. Committee on Junior High School English in Time of War.|
|LC Classifications||LB1631 .H265|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||44051110|
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Get this from a library. Junior high school English in wartime and after. [Helen Jeannette Hanlon; Miriam B Booth; National Council of Teachers of English. Committee on Junior High School English in Time of War.] -- This pamphlet addresses one concern: how to give junior high school boys and girls adequate experience in the modern process of communication with which life in wartime and postwar.
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