Words Alone: The Teaching and Usage of English in Contemporary Ireland
University College Dublin Press, 2000 - Education - 201 pages
Words Alone: The teaching and usage of English in contemporary Ireland provides an honest and informed commentary on how English is taught and used in our schools, on why we follow the curricula that we do, and on which are the most likely directions for change and reform.
The range and quality of its contributions will make this volume an enduring source of guidance for anyone concerned with the teaching and usage of English in Ireland.
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