2 edition of guide to teaching speech in Florida secondary schools. found in the catalog.
guide to teaching speech in Florida secondary schools.
Florida. State Dept. of Education.
Written in English
Issued in 1948 by the Division of Instruction of the State Dept. of Education under title: A guide to teaching speech in Florida schools.
|Series||Its, no. 34-A, rev|
|Contributions||Florida. State Dept. of Education. Division of Instruction.|
|LC Classifications||L136 .B32 no. 34-A rev.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||54043373|
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A guide to teaching speech in Florida secondary schools. by the Division of Instruction of the State Dept. of Education under title: A guide to teaching speech in Florida schools.(Funding) Bulletin (Florida.
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