MCTE Charles Carpenter Fries Award
Charles Carpenter Fries (1887-1967) was a distinguished professor of linguistics at the University of Michigan from 1920 to 1958. While at the University, he founded the English Language Institute and served as its director from 1941 to 1956. One aspect of his work in linguistics focused on the best means of teaching languages to native and non-native speakers. He authored Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language in 1945. Among his numerous professional leadership roles, Fries served as president of the National Council of Teachers of English in 1927-28.
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The Michigan Council of Teachers of English grants the Charles Carpenter Fries Award to an outstanding English educator in recognition of his or her dedication to the profession and distinguished career towards the advancement of the teaching of English.
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