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Sewell, Ernestine P., Ed. – English in Texas, 1981
The articles in this journal issue reflect the theme of "passages." Five articles contain teachers' reflections and descriptions of the following forms of passage: (1) passing from the classroom to motherhood and back again; (2) passing from academe to the world of work--the retraining of literature professors; (3) ways in which students gain…
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, Classroom Techniques, English Instruction, Experiential Learning
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Wilson, Edward, Ed. – English in Texas, 1987
The challenges and rewards of dealing with the many types of students that can be found in today's English classrooms--gifted, handicapped, learning disabled, second language learners--are addressed in this focused journal issue. The titles of the articles and their authors are as follows: (1) "Help Me Help You" (L. Quitman Troika); (2) "Students…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Bibliotherapy, Bilingual Students, Classroom Environment
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Sewell, Ernestine P., Ed. – English in Texas, 1980
Noting that technical writing is becoming an increasingly important element in the college curriculum, this journal issue presents eight articles that provide information for use by technical writing instructors. The first article surveys resources and strategies currently available, while the second article reflects upon some of the adjustments…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Communication (Thought Transfer), Course Descriptions, Curriculum Development
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Ortego, Philip D., Ed. – English in Texas, 1976
The introduction to this issue of "English in Texas," by Philip D. Ortego, discusses briefly the need of young Chicanos for a literary identity. In the first article of the issue, Ortego expands the discussion, focusing especially on the background of Mexican-American literature, the history of Mexican Americans in the southwest, and a definition…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Bibliographies, Drama, Fiction
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Verner, Zenobia, Ed. – English in Texas, 1977
The articles in this journal focus on the teaching of composition at the secondary and college levels. Separate articles deal with the causes of poor proofreading by students and methods for teaching proofreading skills; the use of folklore as an aid to teaching composition; techniques for overcoming students' fear of failure in the writing…
Descriptors: Creative Writing, English Instruction, Expository Writing, Failure
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Lindsey, Ron, Ed. – English in Texas, 1975
This issue focuses on values-clarification techniques for the elementary and secondary school classroom. A variety of articles provides general discussions of values clarification, as well as specific classroom activities related to literature, composition, and discussion. A selected list of books related to values clarification is included. (AA)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Class Activities, Elementary Secondary Education, English Instruction
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Etheridge, Chuck – English in Texas, 1995
Argues that peer evaluation can work effectively if the teacher realizes that success should be measured more in long-term, cumulative benefits than in the immediate success or failure. Uses a fictitious scenario involving a teacher's first efforts at peer editing to make the above point. (TB)
Descriptors: Editing, Group Discussion, Peer Evaluation, Secondary Education
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Hoffman, Joan – English in Texas, 1995
Makes a case for teaching integrity in the classroom through writing assignments and case studies of ethical situations that teenagers would face in their daily lives. (TB)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Case Studies, Ethical Instruction, Ethics
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Peters, Scott Ryan – English in Texas, 1995
Presents a 25-item annotated bibliography of journal articles (published between 1991 and 1994) describing writing and research exercises and approaches for helping students becomes aware of their own families and others. (TB)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Family (Sociological Unit), Family Characteristics, Foreign Students
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Harris, Pamela S. – English in Texas, 1995
Encourages teachers to interact with students and students to interact with each other to facilitate cultural awareness and respect for differences. Proposes a number of classroom activities, such as "how to" presentations, studies of cultural folklore, and a puppet show. (TB)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education
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Forsyth, Beverly – English in Texas, 1995
Describes how a new journalism writing style energized writing composition students to write in meaningful, exciting ways about matters close to them. Explains what New Journalism is and how students can be instructed in it. (TB)
Descriptors: Creative Writing, Feature Stories, Freshman Composition, Higher Education
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King, Erin S. – English in Texas, 1995
Argues that a teacher wins or loses his or her students during the first few days of the year. Shows how an English teacher wins her students over by allowing them to ask questions about her, which she answers by pointing to a graffiti wall created by her previous year's students. (TB)
Descriptors: English Instruction, Secondary Education, Student Attitudes, Student Characteristics
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Bishop, Kathleen Krueger – English in Texas, 1995
Describes a classroom activity in which students prepare a spot for television, including game shows, commercials, and news programs. Shows how students prepared through prewriting exercises and then conducted their research. (TB)
Descriptors: Advertising, Class Activities, Feature Stories, Games
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Bobo, Gay L. – English in Texas, 1995
Explains how a teacher used tape--pieces hanging from her hair, her desk, and student desks--to help students remember some of the principles of writing represented in the acronym TAPE: topic, audience, purpose, and elaboration. (TB)
Descriptors: Audience Awareness, Secondary Education, Teaching Methods, Writing Instruction
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Hoffman, J. Loraine – English in Texas, 1995
Reports on a study of remedial students. Finds that initial negative attitudes derive from the juxtaposition of emotional and cognitive responses involving derailment of self as a language user; and successful students recognized the need for developmental studies instruction, made improvements in reading and English, and developed coping skills…
Descriptors: Educational Research, English Instruction, Higher Education, Remedial Programs
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