About this item
This book demonstrates the development of English as a teaching subject: when its varied components were first taught, by what kinds of teachers, with what intentions, and by what methods.
This copy is in very good condition. Its exterior generally shows little signs of wear - its edges are slightly bumped and there is a library reference sticker on its spine.
As for the interior, it is clear and clean, free of any writing, highlighting or markings. However, being an ex-library book, there is a library sticker in its inside front cover as well as an ex-libris sticker and a withdrawn stamp.
Overall, a fascinating book which will be of great interest to academic educationalists that study the history of the curriculum, and also teachers - from primary schools to university.
- Michael, Ian.
- Used: very good
- Number of pages:
- Cambridge University Press
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