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ERIC Number: ED381806
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 129
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Reference Count: 0
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Maryland English Journal. Volume 29, Numbers 1-2, Fall 1994 and Spring 1995.
Pula, Judith J., Ed.
Maryland English Journal, v29 n1-2 Fall 1994-Spr 1995
A semi-annual refereed publication of research and instructional practices in English/language arts and allied fields, preschool through adult levels, this volume of "Maryland English Journal" presents articles on a variety of subjects and showcases the work of young writers. Articles in volume 29, number 1 are: "Expertise in Tutoring" (Bennett A. Rafoth and Erin K. Murphy); "Reflections on Student Teaching" (Eden Barbely); "The Joys of Supervising a Student Teacher" (Kathryn A. Megyeri); and "Trends and Issues in English Instruction, 1994." Volume 29, number 1 also presents 7 samples of award-winning creative writing by senior citizens, and 17 samples of second- through eighth-grade Maryland students' writing. Contributions in volume 29, number 2 are: "'What Do You Want Me To Do?': A Delayed Answer to a Distracted Student's Question" (Richard M. Johnson); "Where Have All the Women Gone? Gender Issues and the High School Literature Curriculum" (Susan Davis); "Literature without Lectures--A Different Approach" (Craig Etchison); "The Role of Story Schema in the Understanding of James Joyce's 'Araby'" (Marie A. Nigro); "I'm Telling!" (Carol F. Peck); "Confessions of an Ex-Podiophile" (Carol A. Downey); and "A Brief History of MCTELA" (Jennifer L. Klemens). Volume 29, number 2 also presents 18 samples of writing by fourth- through eighth-grade Maryland students. (RS)
Department of English, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD 21532 ($6; $4 each in quantity of 100).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Maryland Council of Teachers of English, College Park.
Identifiers: Literary Canon; Writing Contexts
Note: For Volume 28, see CS 214 818.