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ERIC Number: ED341417
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 69
Abstractor: N/A
Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, Volume 18, Numbers 1-4, October 1990-May 1991.
Woodruff, Barbara Bilson, Ed.; And Others
Inside English, v18 n1-4 Oct-May 1990-1991
With each issue focusing on different themes, volume 18 of "Inside English" looks at he revitalizing literature, teaching as a subversive activity, writing at all levels, and the English classroom of the 1990's. In addition to regular columns on the English Council of California Two-Year Colleges (ECCTYC) and legislative concerns, the following feature articles are included: (1) "The 1990 ECCTYC Literature Conference: On Humpty Dumpty, James Joyce, and Transforming Teaching" (Karin B. Costello); (2) "From Movies to the Page: Using Film to Teach Literature" (Patrick Kennedy); (3) "Teaching and Acting "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead': Roles and Responsibilities and Life on the Margins" (Judith Ackley); (4) "At the ECCTYC Lit Conference: Focusing on the Wrong Side of the Issues" (Michelle Pagni); (5) "In Defense of Theory: An Exploration of Fear and Defensiveness" (Bernard Goldberg); (6) "A Curriculum for the Nineties: Developing a Social Conscience through Literature" (Kathleen Murphy); (7) "Risk-Taking and Writing: Disputatious Classrooms" (H. W. Seng); (8) "Striking Fire in Our Students and Ourselves: Our Work in Story and Song" (John Lovas); (9) "Talking and Listening: Let's Hear It for Oral Reading" (Joseph Collignon); (10) "The Illusion of Progress: Where Are We Going? Where Have We Been?" (Mike Guista); (11) "Deconstruction and Demograhics: 'The Center Cannot Hold'--Or Can It?" (Phyllis Mael); (12) "Literacy and the Classroom: What an English Teacher Should Teach" (Sandra Christenson); (13) "College Survival English: Building Communication Skills AND Self-Esteem" (Ulrica Bell-Perkins and Diane R. Holt); (14) "Ideology, Pedagogy, and Politics: Writing As Confusion OR What and Why We Teach" (Gordon Taylor); (15) "Writing the Research Paper: Using Questions to Direct Research" (Diane Jefferson); (16) "Paraphrasing Right and Left" (Joseph Collignon); (17) "How to Teach English 1A: Nine Easy Steps" (Jack Jackson); (18) "Writers and Their Readers: Wrestling with the Audience" (Anne Huber Stark); (19) "Using Grants for the English Department: Bridging the Barriers between Full- and Part-Time Faculty" (Peter Sotiriou); (20) "The Amateur in the Classroom: Democracy and the Humanities" (Leo Braudy); (21) "A Double Con Game in the Classroom? A Kinder, Gentler English Teacher" (Carol Wershoven); (22) "Computres in the Classroom: The Wave of the Future" (James R. Musgrave); (23) "Collaboration and Computers: Choreographing the Computer Classroom" (Marjorie Ford); (24) "Dream Houses: Reality and Expectations in the 250 Classroom" (Janet Goldberg); (25) "The Developmental Writing Classroom: Sweathogs" (Dolores LaGuardia); (26) "The English as a Second Language Classroom: The Story, the Students, and their Sentences" (Mike Riherd); (27) "The Blessing and the Plague of Spell-Check: The New Technopropisms" (Helen Heightsman Gordon); (28) "Asking for Artifacts: The Beneits of In-Class Essay Writing and Holistic Scoring" (Lenny Bailey); (29) "Wild Word Soccer: Child's Play for Serious Learning" (Madeleine Lowew Puccioni); (30) "Mutual Benefits: Advanced Comp Students Connect with High School Writers" (Sister J. Adele Edwards). (JMC)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: English Council of California Two-Year Colleges.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A