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"What Do I Teach for 90 Minutes?" Creating a Successful Block-Scheduled English Classroom Author(s): Carol Porter Grounded in one high school’s experience, “What Do I Teach for 90 Minutes?” is essential reading for those considering a move to block scheduling and those already on the block who want to realize its full potential. Level(s): Secondary

Administrative Problem-Solving for Writing Programs and Writing Centers Editor(s): Linda Myers-Breslin This book contains essays from experienced writing program administrators and writing center directors that offer scenarios and case studies demonstrating the types of issues that these administrators have faced and their solutions. Level(s): College

Adolescent Literacy: Turning Promise into Practice Editor(s): Kylene Beers, Robert E. Probst, Linda Rief Edited by Kylene Beers, Robert Probst, and Linda Rief, this collection features provocative essays by leading figures in adolescent literacy education. Level(s): Middle, Secondary

African American Literacies Unleashed: Vernacular English and the Composition Classroom Author(s): Arnetha F. Ball, Ted Lardner This pioneering study of African American students in the composition classroom lays the groundwork for reversing the cycle of underachievement that plagues linguistically diverse students. Level(s): College

Astonishing Curriculum, The: Integrating Science and Humanities through Language Editor(s): Stephen Tchudi This book delves into the possibilities of interdisciplinary learning and integrated curriculum through the structuring and expressive powers of language. Teachers will find writers from every level who favor hands-on, inquiry-centered, holistic, discovery learning. Level(s): General

Beginning to Read and the Spin Doctors of Science Author(s): Denny Taylor Taylor's insider account reveals how research studies on early reading instruction are being manipulated to perpetuate a masssive shift in our national understanding about language, literacy, and learning. Level(s): Elementary

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Beyond the Culture Wars: How Teaching the Conflicts Can Revitalize American Education Author(s): Gerald Graff Graff offers an insightful and down-to-earth perspective on the conflicts about “political correctness,” multiculturalism, and the humanities canon in our educational system. The author argues that these educational conflicts are a sign of the health and intellectual vitality of American higher education, not a sign of decline and disintegration—but the conflicts need to be used creatively. Level(s): College

Closing the Achievement Gap: How to Reach Limited-Formal-Schooling and Long-Term English Learners Author(s): Yvonne S. Freeman, David E. Freeman, Sandra P. Mercuri Yvonne and David Freeman, with Sandra Mercuri, offer teachers and teacher educators, program directors, resource personnel, and administrators both the research and practice schools need to develop effective programs to educate struggling older English learners. NCTE Consulting Network Authors Level(s): Middle, Secondary

Composition and/or Literature: The End(s) of Education Editor(s): Linda S. Bergmann, Edith M. Baker This collection focuses on the rift between literature and composition in English studies, examining the extent to which this division affects teaching practices in colleges and universities. Level(s): College

Curriculum of Peace, A: Selected Essays from English Journal Editor(s): Virginia R. Monseau A Curriculum of Peace attempts to answer the question “What can I do as a teacher?” by providing a collection of eminently practical articles on teaching for peace that have appeared in past issues of English Journal, an NCTE periodical geared toward middle and high school teachers. Level(s): Middle, Secondary

Don't Call It That: The Composition Practicum Editor(s): Sidney I. Dobrin Edited by Sidney I. Dobrin, this provocative collection of original essays addresses the efforts of comp programs to clarify that introductory graduate-level comp courses are more than "how-to-teach-writing" courses. Level(s): College

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Double Perspective, The: Language, Literacy, and Social Relations Author(s): David Bleich Using both scholarly and student work, Bleich seeks to show that the relationship between language and literacy should be understood in partnership with community, society, and politics. Level(s): College English Studies: An Introduction to the Discipline(s) Editor(s): Bruce McComiskey Edited by Bruce McComiskey, this collection of essays addresses the question "What is English studies?" and treats each component of the discipline as a separate but equal partner in the larger discipline. Level(s): College English Teacher's Companion, The: A Complete Guide to Classroom, Curriculum, and the Profession Author(s): Jim Burke Written for the way most teachers read—on the run, in search of a particular solution—the second edition of The English Teacher's Companion retains the original's highly structured format with a new, more open design for ease of use. Chapters are clearly subdivided; lessons are presented step-by-step; and assessment is integrated throughout. Level(s): Middle, Secondary Fate of Progressive Language Policies and Practices, The Editor(s): Curt Dudley-Marling, Carole Edelsky Progressive language policies often encounter fierce resistance. In this collection, editors Dudley-Marling and Edelsky highlight progressive projects in the real worlds of individual public schools, school districts, and institutions. NCTE Consulting Network Author Level(s): General Great Beginnings Editor(s): Ira Hayes These essays offer practical advice on topics such as evaluating student writing and creating support systems for beginning teachers. This book candidly discusses how the "real world" of teaching matches —or fails to match—novice teachers' expectations. Level(s): Elementary, Middle, Secondary Guide to Professional Development for Graduate Students in English, A Author(s): Cindy Moore, Hildy Miller In this guide, the first of its kind, Cindy Moore and Hildy Miller provide detailed information about how to develop credentials for both academic and nonacademic careers in teaching, scholarship, administration, service, and editing. Level(s): College

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Guidelines for the Preparation of Teachers of English Language Arts, 2006 Edition The 2006 version of the Guidelines, prepared by the NCTE Standing Committee on Teacher Preparation and Certification, outlines the basic foundational elements of effective English teacher preparation programs and describes how these programs might provide support for candidates when they graduate into their own classrooms. NOTE: This document is available as a FREE, printable PDF. Hard copies are not available for purchase. Level(s): General Lesbian and Gay Studies and the Teaching of English: Positions, Pedagogies, and Cultural Politics This wide-ranging, international collection provides a contemporary overview of issues of sexual orientation as they relate to teaching and learning in English from elementary through university levels. Level(s): General Literacy at the Crossroads: Crucial Talk about Reading, Writing, and Other Teaching Dilemmas Author(s): Regie Routman Literacy at the Crossroads must be read by anyone concerned about the current state of reading and writing instruction in America. Level(s): Elementary, Middle, Secondary Literacy Coach's Desk Reference, The: Processes and Perspectives for Effective Coaching Author(s): Cathy A. Toll Cathy Toll offers practical information for pre-K–12 literacy coaches on conferencing with individual teachers and groups, as well as on providing demonstration lessons, services to entire schools, and services to students. Level(s): Elementary, Middle, Secondary Long Way Together, A: A Personal View of NCTE's First Sixty-Seven Years Author(s): J. N. Hook With a participant’s seasoned insight and a historian’s perspective, J. N. Hook has developed an engaging and accurate chronology of NCTE—from its inconspicuous birth in 1911 through its influential maturity in 1978. Level(s): General Minor Re/Visions: Asian American Literacy Narratives as a Rhetoric of Citizenship Author(s): Morris Young Through a blend of personal narrative, cultural and literary analysis, and discussions about teaching, Young shows how people of color use reading and writing to develop and articulate notions of citizenship. Winner of the 2004 W. Ross Winterowd Award and the 2006 CCCC Outstanding Book Award Level(s): College

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More Ways to Handle the Paper Load: On Paper and Online Editor(s): Jeffrey N. Golub This collection offers 23 articles on how English language arts teachers can deal with both the paper load and the electronic load, with suggestions grounded in sound teaching practices. NCTE Consulting Network Author Level(s): Middle, Secondary, College Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition Studies and Higher Education Editor(s): Eileen E. Schell, Patricia Lambert Stock How can the academy improve the working conditions of those who teach most of the core curriculum in higher education today: part-time and non-tenure-track faculty? Contributors focus on the field of composition as they address this question in case studies, local narratives, and analyses of models for ethical employment practices. Winner of the 2003 CCCC Outstanding Book Award Level(s): College NCTE Study Group and Coaching Resources A strategy-rich resource notebook organized to include over 300 pages of articles addressing literacy coaching and teacher learning. Level(s): General, Elementary, Middle, Secondary Preserving Intellectual Freedom: Fighting Censorship in Our Schools Editor(s): Jean E. Brown Through candid personal examples, discussion of philosophical and psychological considerations, and legal precedents, the authors offer insight into how censorship can come about, its impact and repercussions, and the ways it might be fought. Level(s): General Preventing Plagiarism: Tips and Techniques Author(s): Laura Hennessey DeSena DeSena offers a practical guide on how high school and college teachers can structure assignments and guide students so that students don't plagiarize. Level(s): Secondary, College Professing and Pedagogy: Learning the Teaching of English Author(s): Shari J. Stenberg Stenberg challenges the current model of teaching in which professors' research and scholarship are (over)valued while their teaching activities are undervalued. Level(s): College

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Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground Author(s): Adam J. Banks Adam Banks uses the concept of the Digital Divide as a metonym for America’s larger racial divide, in an attempt to figure out what meaningful access for African Americans to technologies and the larger American society can or should mean. Level(s): College

Relevance of English, The: Teaching That Matters in Students' Lives Editor(s): Robert P. Yagelski, Scott A. Leonard Contributors to this book explore the relevance of high school and college English classes to students’ lives in a rapidly changing and increasingly technological world. Level(s): Middle, Secondary, College Standards for Middle and High School Literacy Coaches Published by International Reading Association in collaboration with NCTE, NCTM, NSTA, and NCSS. Level(s): Middle, Secondary Supporting Beginning English Teachers: Research and Implications for Teacher Induction Author(s): Thomas M. McCann, Larry R. Johannessen, Bernard P. Ricca Results of a study of beginning and veteran English teachers to determine why new teachers leave within the first few years of teaching and how to retain new teachers. Winner of the 2006 Richard A. Meade Award. NCTE Consulting Network Author Level(s): Middle, Secondary, College Talking in Class: Using Discussion to Enhance Teaching and Learning Author(s): Elizabeth A. Kahn, Larry R. Johannessen, Thomas M. McCann, Joseph M. Flanagan McCann, Johannessen, Kahn, and Flanagan guide high school teachers in developing skills in promoting and facilitating authentic discussion in the English language arts classroom. Level(s): Secondary Teacher Identity Discourses: Negotiating Personal and Professional Spaces Author(s): Janet Alsup Janet Alsup's multilayered study of teacher identity development follows six preservice English education students and examines how forming (or failing to form) a professional identity is central in the process of becoming an effective teacher. Winner of the 2006 Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize from the Modern Language Association. Level(s): College

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Teacher Study Groups: Building Community through Dialogue and Reflection Author(s): Barb Birchak, Clay Connor, Kathleen Marie Crawford, Leslie Kahn, Sandy Kaser, Susan Turner, Kathy G. Short Includes many practical suggestions for organizing, facilitating, and dealing with group dynamics within a study group. Level(s): Elementary, Middle Teacher's Introduction to African American English, A: What a Writing Teacher Should Know Author(s): Teresa M. Redd, Karen Schuster Webb Concise summary of the major schools of thought about African American English and how it may influence the teaching and learning of writing. Level(s): Secondary, College Teachers Organizing for Change: Making Literacy Learning Everybody's Business Author(s): Cathy Fleischer This book offers teachers and teacher educators a practical, hands-on guide to effecting positive change in their own learning communities and in the larger social community. Winner of the Richard Meade Award for Research in English Education Level(s): Elementary, Middle Teaching College English and English Education: Reflective Stories Editor(s): H. Thomas McCracken, Richard L. Larson, Judith Entes Distinguished contributors, including Jane Tompkins, W. Ross Winterowd, and Peter Elbow, reflect on the process of becoming teachers, the ever-changing nature of that process, and their professional growth over the last 30 years. Level(s): College Teaching in Common: Challenges to Joint Work in Classrooms and Schools Author(s): Anne DiPardo Teaching in Common offers vivid, richly textured portraits of four collaborations, tracing complex connections across school culture, pedagogic innovation, and teachers' lived experience. Level(s): Middle, Secondary

Tensions and Triumphs in the Early Years of Teaching: Real-World Findings and Advice for Supporting New Teachers Author(s): Susi Long, Ami Abramson, April Boone, Carly Borchelt, Robbie Kalish, Erin Miller, Julie Parks, Carmen Tisdale The results of a seven-year research study identify the challenges new teachers face and how all concerned can help keep new teachers in the profession. NCTE Consulting Network Author Level(s): General

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UpDrafts Editor(s): Roy F. Fox This text’s compelling blend of teacher profiles and practical, theoretically sound guidelines presents a strong argument for schools at all levels to provide opportunities for teachers to refresh themselves professionally and personally, renewing our classrooms and schools in the process. Level(s): General WAC for the New Millennium: Strategies for Continuing Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Programs Editor(s): Susan H. McLeod, Eric Miraglia, Margot Soven, Christopher Thaiss The writing-across-the-curriculum (WAC) movement, now more than 25 years old, has remained a stable part of the educational landscape, outlasting other educational innovations by adapting to new educational initiatives. This collection of essays describes how WAC programs have adapted and continue to adapt to meet new challenges. Level(s): College What Johnny Shouldn't Read: Textbook Censorship in America Editor(s): Joan DelFattore In this provocative book, DelFattore—a professor of English at the University of Delaware—offers a behind-the-scenes look at the ways in which special interest groups influence the content of textbooks used in public and private schools throughout the country. Level(s): Middle, Secondary, College Writing Partnerships: Service-Learning in Composition Author(s): Thomas Deans Writing Partnerships constitutes the first comprehensive overview of service-learning in composition studies and will be of particular interest to educators at the high school through university levels who want to combine writing instruction with community action. Level(s): Secondary, College Writing the Future: English and the Making of a Culture of Innovation Author(s): Gunther Kress Breaking out of the traditional role of the critical academic, Kress proposes alternative visions of a common future, "reviving the unfashionable genre of the Utopia." In contrast to the forces of "fast capitalism" currently at work in global culture, Kress's English curriculum embodies and projects "a vision of another future, a working future." Level(s): K-College

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