ERIC Number: ED341417
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: 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)
Descriptors: Basic Skills, College English, Community Colleges, Computer Assisted Instruction, English Instruction, English (Second Language), Interdisciplinary Approach, Literature, Remedial Instruction, Second Language Instruction, Teaching Methods, Two Year Colleges, Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing (Composition), Writing Exercises, Writing Processes, Writing Skills
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: English Council of California Two-Year Colleges.