Teaching Secondary English: Readings and Applications

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Index
Abbs, Peter, 164
Activities, 109-111, 375-380
Adams, Peter, 108
Allen, Elyse, 367, 370
Anderson, Richard, 300, 302
Anderson, Robert, 365, 368
Answering Students' Questions about Words ( Tompkins and Yaden), 268
Applebee, Arthur N., 70, 173, 174-177, 284
Arthur, Bradford, 234
Atwell, Nancie, 97, 98, 116-117, 122, 178, 347
Ausubel, D. P., 140
Bantock, G. H., 84, 85
Bennett, William, 5, 322, 323, 327, 344, 346
Bevilacqua, Mary, 366, 367, 370
Bissex, Glenda, 72
Bletch, David, 82, 88-89
Boomer, Garth, 2, 3, 6, 36-37, 366
Braddock, Richard, 236, 239-240
Britton, James, 27, 84-85, 123, 168, 178, 200, 202
Bruner, Jerome, 23
Buchanan, Rosemary, 366, 367, 371-372
Bullock Committee, 132, 145, 216
Burress, Lee, 332, 333, 340
Calkins, Lucy, 72, 73
Carlsen, G. Robert, 286
Censorship. See Literature, censorship of
Chomsky, Noam, 204, 255, 258-259
Christian, Donna, 198, 263
Cioffi, Diane Harper, 30-31
Coffman, Sigrun, 343, 362
Coman, Alan C., 263-265
Committee of Ten ( 1892-1894), 290-292, 295
Connors, Robert, 278
Creative Approaches to Sentence Combining (Strong), 281, 410-413
Cultural Literacy. See Hirsch
Davis, Frederica, 201, 202, 271, 273
Dialects. See Language, dialects in
Dixon, John, 84
Donelson, Ken, 285, 332, 333, 346-347, 353-359
Duff, Ogle B., 285, 347-348, 349
Effective Teaching Research, 37-39
Emig, Janet, 69, 125
English, field of, 2-6
Fish, Stanley, 50
Flower, Linda, 192

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - English Teachers 1
  • 2 - Teaching Literature 42
  • 3 - Teaching Writing 119
  • 4 - Teaching about Language 197
  • Appendix A - Sample Outline Syllabus 220
  • Appendix B - Description of Contemporary English 222
  • 5 - What to Teach 283
  • 6 - Joining the Profession 365
  • Appendix A - Classroom Activities 375
  • Appendix B - Childhood Toy Papers 381
  • Appendix C - Hundred-Year Birthday Papers 386
  • Appendix D - Early Drafts: Changes in School 395
  • Appendix E - Comparison Assignment: Then-Now/There-Here Papers 400
  • Appendix F - Sentence Exercises 408
  • Index 419
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