Barnes, Douglas

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BARNES, Douglas

BARNES, Douglas. British, b. 1927. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Education. Career: English teacher in Secondary Schools, 1950-66; Reader in Education, University of Leeds, 1966-89. Chairman, National Association for the Teaching of English, 1967-69. Publications: (with J. Britton and H. Rosen) Language, The Learner and the School, 1969, 4th ed. (with J. Britton and M. Torbe), 1990; Language in the Classroom, 1973; From Communication to Curriculum, 1976, 2nd ed., 1992; (with F. Todd) Communication and Learning in Small Groups, 1977; Practical Curriculum Study, 1982; (with D. Barnes and S.R. Clarke) Versions of English, 1984; (with Y. Sheeran) School Writing: Discovering the Ground Rules, 1991; (with K.M. Pierce and C.J. Gilles) Cycles of Meaning, 1993; (with F. Todd) Communication and Learning Revisited, 1995; Becoming an English Teacher, 2000. EDITOR: (with R. Egford) Twentieth Century Short Stories, 1958; Short Stories of Our Time, 1963; (and contrib.) Drama in the English Classroom, 1968. Address: 4 Harrowby Rd, Leeds LS16 5HN, England. Online address: [email protected]