CRAIGIE COLLEGE LANGUAGE PROJECT
Independent label: Craigie College Language Project records were an example of the kind of records that are included with other materials - books, courses and so on - rather than sold by themselves. Craigie College was in Ayr. Its Language Project ran from 1969-73, and the report of the project's findings was published in 1975. Apparently the project was intended to study the effects of what happens when children's work in language is in the context of 'centres of interest' rather than that of reading books. Presumably there were several such 'centres of interest', 'Underground' being one, The teacher's package for 'The Sea' included four topic books, four work books, assignment cards, colour slides and a gramophone record; the record featured poetry and music, as well as comments upon the subject by school children. The whole lot was published by Holmes McDougall, of Edinburgh, in 1972. The PC-000 catalogue numbering would appear to be that of Procaudio Ltd, who seem to have specialized in spoken word / sound effect kinds of records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
CRAIGIE COLLEGE LANGUAGE