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Title Voices in English classrooms : honoring diversity and change / edited by Lenora (Leni) Cook, Helen C. Lodge.
Published Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, c1996.
Book Cover
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Nat Ctr on Deafness  PE65 .V65 1996    IN LIBRARY
 Floor3  PE65 .V65 1996    IN LIBRARY
  
Description xiii, 247 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Classroom practices in teaching English ; v. 28.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Note NCTE stock number: 16450-3050.
Contents Hearing every voice: language diversity as classroom resource: Celebrating diversity through the language autobiography / G. Douglas Meyers -- Classroom diversity as strength: a language-centered unit / Kyoko Sato and Bonnie O. Ericson, with Linda Flammer-Kassel -- "How you not be knowin' dat?": using language study to enfranchise diversity / Barbara Osburg --
Preserving voices: writing as a reflective, clarifying, and expressive force: Becoming centered in the students: what a teacher can do for underprepared learners / Smokey Wilson -- "Worldview" publication as an incentive for excellence in writing / Susan B. Andrews and John Creed -- Autobiography as a liberating force in the basic writing classroom / Brenda M. Greene -- Bridging cross-cultural differences through writing / Sarah Coprich Johnson and Julia Stutts Austin -- "Delicious of the new": ESL as poetry, EEL as literary analysis / James W. Penha -- "Break on through": an interdisciplinary approach to composition / Michael G. Battin -- Environmental writing and minority education / Luke Wallin -- Successful teaching practices for sexual minority students in writing courses: four teachers at work / Sarah-Hope Parmeter...[et. al] --
Affirming voices: literature of society and self: The Western Illinois University Minority Summer Tutoring Program: a university/junior high school collaborative effort / Kathy H. Barclay and William Mosley -- Real voices: action and involvement in secondary English classrooms / Lenora (Leni) Cook -- When Wordworth is too tame: merging minority literature with the classics in the secondary language arts curriculum / P.L. Thomas -- Teaching The thief of Bagdad as interdisciplinary, middle school unit / Martin Mullarkey -- An approach to teaching Four Poems about education: a thematic unit for pre-freshman minority students / Mary Sauter Comfort -- Caribbean literature as catalyst in the composition classroom / Keith Gilyard...[et al.] -- A fiesta of voices: regional literature in the multicultural classroom / Jeffrey Laing -- Expanding the literary canon through perceptions of diversity and the American dream / Eileen I. Oliver.
Subject English philology -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Language and culture -- United States.
Multicultural education -- United States.
Related Names Cook, Lenora.
Lodge, Helen C. (Helen Chanda), 1919-
ISBN 0814116450
OCLC number 33364276