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National Council of Teachers of English

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Works: 873 works in 1,354 publications in 1 language and 42,481 library holdings
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Classifications: LB1576.A1, 372.605
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College composition and communication( )

in English and held by 1,029 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Research in the teaching of English( )

in English and held by 873 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Language arts( )

in English and held by 778 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Elementary English( )

in English and held by 770 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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Trends & issues in secondary English( )

in English and held by 729 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Trends and issues in postsecondary English studies( Book )

5 editions published between 1999 and 2000 in English and held by 713 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

... Contains journal essays and book chapters
Discovering American dialects by Roger W Shuy( Book )

1 edition published in 1967 in English and held by 709 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book provides a comprehensive examination of dialectology as a descriptive science and of major aspects of american english dialects. The first two chapters define what dialects are and how regional and social dialects differ from one another in terms of pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. Chapter 3 notes the patterns of settlement history, population shift, and physical geography which account for dialect differences. Chapter 4 describes current american dialects and illustrates the manner in which dialectologists have been able to isolate geographically and describe dialects. Chapter 5 assesses the influence of foreign languages on american dialects, and chapter 6 shows the use of dialects in literature. Extensive field research projects for teachers to conduct with their classes are suggested and word lists, interview forms, dialect maps, and illustrations of speech sounds are provided. Chapter 7, "further work in dialectology," contains a bibliography of books and articles on dialects. This document is available from the national council of teachers of english, 508 south sixth street, champaign, illinois 61820, $1.50 (30 or more, $1.00 each), order no. 25001. (dl)
The Learning of language by Carroll E Reed( Book )

5 editions published in 1971 in English and held by 644 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Current thinking of specialists in the study of language learning provides the basis of this book. The 12 chapters of the book and their authors are as follows: 1. Introduction--Charles A. Ferguson; 2. The Acquisition of Language in Infant and Child--Martin D.S. Braine; 3. Development of Native Language Skills beyond the Early Years--John B. Carroll; 4. The Psychology of Learning and the Study of English--James Deese; 5. Variation in Language--William Labo; 6. Second-Language Learning--Jane W. Torrey; 7. The Basis of Speech--William s-y Wang; 8. Speech Pathology--Robert West; 9. The Ontogenesis of the Problem of Reference: a Review of Some Theories of Linguistic Symbols--Jerry A. Fodor; 10. Lexicography--Yakov Malkiel; 11. Language in the Schools--Ruth G. Strickland; and 12. Second-Language Teaching--Robert Lado. References are provided at the conclusion of each chapter, and an author index concludes the book. Illustrations of the text are 19 figures and 16 tables. (Db)
Handbook of research on teaching the English language arts( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 635 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This text is a reference work on teaching the English language arts. The volume is jointly sponsored by the National Conference of Teachers of English and the International Reading Association
English education by Ill.). Conference on English Education National Council of Teachers of English (Urbana( )

in English and held by 608 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Standards for middle and high school literacy coaches by International Reading Association( Book )

3 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 541 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Adolescents today require high degrees of literacy in order to understand complex texts in a variety of media, covering a range of topics and subject areas. In recognition of this need, middle and high schools in the United States are turning increasingly to "literacy coaches" to lend their expertise and support to content area teachers who may not be confident in their knowledge of effective reading instruction. Literacy coaching -- form of highly targeted professional development -- can be a potent vehicle for improving reading skills. When well delivered, it includes features identified as part of effective professional development: Grounded in inquiry and reflection; Participant driven and collaborative, involving knowledge sharing among teachers within communities of practice; Sustained, ongoing, and intensive. This booklet outlines the ideal of what a literacy coach should know and be able to do -- in delivering both leadership and support in individual content areas. It is offered as a blueprint not only for literacy coaches themselves, but for policymakers, school and district administrators, and teacher educators, in the hope that it will help support and develop coaching in ways that will most benefit adolescent learners
Writing the community : concepts and models for service-learning in composition by American Association for Higher Education( Book )

3 editions published between 1997 and 2006 in English and held by 538 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume is part of a series of 18 monographs on service learning and the academic disciplines. These essays highlight some of the benefits and problems of service-learning in the college composition curriculum and present further areas for study. Following the Introduction, "Service-Learning and Composition at the Crossroads," by Linda Adler-Kassner, Robert Crooks, and Ann Watters, and an Introduction, "Service-Learning: Help for Higher Education in a New Millennium?" by Lillian Bridwell-Bowles, the essays are: "Writing across the Curriculum and Community Service Learning: Correspondences, Cautions, and Futures" (Tom Deans); "Community Service Writing: Problems, Challenges, Questions" (Nora Bacon); "Community Service and Critical Teaching" (Bruce Herzberg); "Rhetoric Made Real: Civic Discourse and Writing beyond the Curriculum" (Paul Heilker); "Democratic Conversations: Civic Literacy and Service-Learning in the American Grains" (David D. Cooper and Laura Julier); "Partners in Inquiry: A Logic for Community Outreach" (Linda Flower); "Service-Learning: Bridging the Gap between the Real World and the Composition Classroom" (Wade Dorman and Susann Fox Dorman); "Systems Thinking, Symbiosis, and Service: The Road to Authority for Basic Writers" (Rosemary L. Arca); "Combining the Classroom and the Community: Service-Learning in Composition at Arizona State University" (Gay W. Brack and Leanna R. Hall); "The Write for Your Life Project: Learning To Serve by Serving To Learn" (Patricia Lambert Stock and Janet Swenson); and "On Reflection: The Role of Logs and Journals in Service-Learning Courses" (Chris M. Anson). Appended are a 39-item annotated bibliography and a list of program descriptions by institution. (All papers contain references.) (SM)
Preserving intellectual freedom : fighting censorship in our schools by Jean E., Ed Brown( Book )

2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 508 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A collection of twenty-two essays on what causes censorship, how it affects communities, and ways to fight it
We build together; a reader's guide to Negro life and literature for elementary and high school use by Charlemae Hill Rollins( Book )

9 editions published between 1941 and 1967 in English and held by 487 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Using mass media in the schools by National Council of Teachers of English( Book )

2 editions published in 1962 in English and held by 463 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Four problems in teaching English: a critique of research by J. Stephen Sherwin( Book )

1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 446 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Voices from the middle( )

in English and held by 439 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Beyond nineteen eighty-four : doublespeak in a post-Orwellian age by William Lutz( Book )

2 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 421 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book probes the efforts at manipulation individuals face daily in this information age and the tactics of persuaders from many sectors of society using various forms of Orwellian "doublespeak." The book contains the following essays: (1) "Notes toward a Definition of Doublespeak" (William Lutz); (2) "Truisms Are True: Orwell's View of Language" (Walker Gibson); (3) "Mr. Orwell, Mr. Schlesinger, and the Language" (Hugh Rank); (4) "What Do We Know?" (Charles Weingartner); (5) "The Dangers of Singlespeak" (Edward M. White); (6) "The Fallacies of Doublespeak" (Dennis Rohatyn); (7) "Doublespeak and Ethics" (George R. Bramer); (8) "Post-Orwellian Refinements of Doublethink: Will the Real Big Brother Please Stand Up?" (Donald Lazere); (9) "Worldthink" (Richard Ohmann); (10)"'Bullets Hurt, Corpses Stink': George Orwell and the Language of Warfare" (Harry Brent); (11) "Political Language: The Art of Saying Nothing" (Dan F. Hahn); (12) "Fiddle-Faddle, Flapdoodle, and Balderdash: Some Thoughts about Jargon" (Frank J. D'Angelo); (13) "How to Read an Ad: Learning to Read between the Lies" (D.G. Kehl); (14) "Subliminal Chainings: Metonymical Doublespeak in Advertising" (Don L.F. Nilsen); (15) "Doublespeak and the Polemics of Technology" (Scott Buechler); (16) "Make Money, Not Sense: Keep Academia Green" (Julia Penelope); (17) "Sensationspeak in America" (Roy F. Fox); and (18) "The Pop Grammarians--Good Intentions, Silly Ideas, and Doublespeak" (Charles Suhor). Three appendixes are attached: "The George Orwell Awards, ""The Doublespeak Award," and "The Quarterly Review of Doublespeak." (MS)
Using nonfiction trade books in the elementary classroom : from ants to zeppelins by Evelyn B Freeman( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 413 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Intended primarily for classroom teachers, this book discusses the genre of nonfiction, the link between nonfiction and elementary curriculum, and specific ways to integrate nonfiction into the elementary classroom. The book's 16 essays and their authors are as follows: (1) "Fact or Fiction?" (Russell Freedman); (2) "The Evolution of a Science Writer" (Patricia Lauber); (3) "The Rise and Fall and Rise of Juvenile Nonfiction, 1961-1988" (James Cross Giblin); (4) "The Nonfiction Scene: What's Happening?" (Barbara Elleman); (5) "Trends and Evaluative Criteria of Informational Books for Children" (Frances Smardo Dowd); (6) "The Voice of Learning: Teacher, Child, and Text" (Bette Bosma); (7) "On the Road to Literacy: Pathways through Science Trade Books" (Marjorie Slavick Frank); (8)"Windows through Time: Literature of the Social Studies" (Diane Goetz Person and Bernice E. Cullinan); (9) "Reading Aloud and Responding to Nonfiction: Let's Talk about It" (Sylvia M. Vardell and Kathleen A. Copeland); (10) "Reading and Writing Connection: Supporting Content-Area Literacy through Nonfiction Trade Books" (Rosemary A. Salesi); (11) "Invite Children to Respond Using the Fine Arts" (Patricia Grasty Gaines); (12) "Nonfiction Books in the Primary Classroom: Soaring with the Swans" (Peter Roop); (13) "Get Real, Teacher! What Happens When At-Risk Middle-School Readers Become Involved with Nonfiction" (Nancy DeVries Guth); (14) "Using a Nonfiction Author Study in the Classroom" (Judith W. Keck); (15) "Using Informational Books to Develop Reference Skills" (M. Jean Greenlaw); and (16) "Putting It All Together: Theme Teaching with Nonfiction Books" (Evelyn B. Freeman). Appendixes list reference works cited, children's books cited, nonfiction book awards, and sources for nonfiction book titles. (SR)
Passions, pedagogies, and 21st century technologies by Gail E Hawisher( Book )

5 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 411 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Passions that mark us: teaching, texts, and technologies / Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe -- Refiguring notions of literacy in an electronic world -- From pencils to pixels: the stages of literacy technologies / Dennis Baron -- Saving a place for essayistic literacy / Doug Hesse -- The haunting story of J: genealogy as a critical category in understanding how a writer composes / Sarah J. Sloane -- "English" at the crossroads: rethinking curricula of communication in the context of the turn of the visual / Gunther Kress -- Petals on a wet, black bough: textuality, collaboration, and the new essay / Myka Vielstimmig -- Response: dropping bread crumbs in the intertextual forest: critical literacy in a postmodern age or: we should have brought a compass / Diana George and Diane Shoos -- Revisiting notions of teaching and access in an electronic age -- Beyond imagination: the Internet and global digital literacy / Lester Faigley -- Postmodern pedagogy in electronic conversations / Marilyn Cooper -- Hyper-readers and their reading engines / James Sosnoski -- "What is composition ...?" after Duchamp (notes toward a general teleintertext) / Geoffrey Sirc -- Access: the 'A'-word in technology studies / Charles Moran -- Response: speaking the unspeakable about 21st century technologies / Bertram C. Bruce -- Ethical and feminist concerns in an electronic world -- Liberal individualism and Internet policy: a communitarian critique / James E. Porter -- On becoming a woman: pedagogies of the self / Susan Romano -- Fleeting images: women visually writing the web / Gall E. Hawisher and Patricia A. Sullivan -- Lest we think the revolution is a revolution: images of technology and the nature of change / Cynthia L. Selfe -- Into the next room / Carolyn Guyer and Dianne Hagaman -- Response: virtual diffusion: ethics, techne and feminism at the end of the cold millennium / Cynthia Haynes -- Searching for notions of our postmodern literate selves in an electronic world -- Blinded by the letter: why are we using literacy as a metaphor for everything else? / Anne Frances Wysocki and Johndan Johnson-Eilola -- Family values: literacy, technology, and Uncle Sam / Joe Amato -- Technology's strange, familiar voices / Janet Carey Eldred -- Beyond next before you once again: repossessing and renewing electronic culture / Michael Joyce -- Response: Everybody's elegies / Stuart Moulthrop
 
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