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NCTE: National Council of Teachers of English

NCTE: National Council of Teachers of English supports teachers of English and their students in classrooms, on college campuses, and in online learning environments. Through its publications and other resources, NCTE promotes the development of literacy, the use of language to construct personal and public worlds and to achieve full participation in society, through the learning and teaching of English and the related arts and sciences of language.


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  1. Writing Programs, Veterans Studies, and the Post-9/11 University

    Offers rich academic inquiry into the idea of ‘the veteran' as well as into ways that veteran culture has been fostered or challenged in writing classrooms, in writing centres, and in college communities more generally. Learn More
    £27.50

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  2. Making Middle School

    Presents the story of eighth-grade English teacher Steve Fulton and science teacher Tiffany Green's explorations of the intersections between critical literacy and science through maker spaces alongside their students. Steve and Tiffany use the idea of make to centre student learning in their classrooms as well as to democratize learning. Learn More
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  3. Metaphorical Ways of Knowing

    Theory and practical classroom applications meet in this book, linking activities and resources to current classroom concerns, including multiculturalism and imagination in reading and writing. Based on research into the nature and dynamics of English, this book is for anyone enamoured of the English language. Learn More
    £7.95

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  4. Empowering Students' Knowledge of Vocabulary

    With this fun and practical book, grades 3-5 teachers have at hand both the research and the day-to-day practical activities that support a fascinating approach for empowering their students' vocabulary. Learn More
    £23.95

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  5. Nonfiction Writers Dig Deep

    Some of today's most celebrated writers for children share essays that describe a critical part of the informational writing process that is often left out of classroom instruction. In addition to essays from mentor authors, the book includes a wide range of tips, tools, teaching strategies, and activity ideas. Learn More
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  6. Counterstory

    Arguing that counterstory provides opportunities for marginalized voices to contribute to conversations about dominant ideology, Aja Martinez applies racial and feminist rhetorical criticism to the rich histories and theories established through counterstory genres. Learn More
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  7. Teaching Writing Online

    How can you migrate your tried and true face-to-face teaching practices into an online environment? This is the core question that Scott Warnock seeks to answer in this book. Warnock explores how to teach an online (or hybrid) writing course by emphasizing the importance of using and managing students' written communications. Learn More
    £29.95

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  8. Bring on the Bard

    Introduces the Folio technique, which builds on active drama approaches that position students to engage with a rich text through low-risk speaking and improvisation activities. Without requiring students to become actors, the Folio technique helps them to discover the clues the Bard built into his works. Learn More
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  9. Workshopping the Canon

    Introduces practicing and preservice English language arts teachers to a process for planning and teaching the most frequently taught texts in middle and secondary classrooms using a workshop approach. This book is for every teacher who has struggled to make beloved classic texts relevant to today's young readers. Learn More
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  10. Understanding Language

    Engaging with critical questions such as ‘What counts as language?' and ‘How can I know when a student is struggling with language?', Melinda McBee Orzulak explores how mainstream ELA teachers might begin to understand language in new ways to benefit both English language learner and non-ELL students learning in the same classroom. Learn More
    £23.95

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  11. Writing Can Change Everything

    Identifying writing as central to what makes us human, editor and teacher educator Shelbie Witte has gathered a diverse group of middle school teacher-writers who open the doors of their classrooms to share their approaches to mentoring, modeling, and facilitating middle level writers as they explore their places within our world. Learn More
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  12. Immigrant Scholars in Rhetoric, Composition, and Communication

    With stories of migrants, refugees, and immigrants constantly in the news, this collection of personal narratives from first-generation immigrant scholars in rhetoric, composition, and communication is a welcome antidote to the polemics about who deserves to live in the United States and why. Learn More
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  13. Restorative Justice in the English Language Arts Classroom

    How do teachers educate responsibly in an age of mass incarceration? And why should English teachers in particular concern themselves with unequal treatment and opportunity and the school-to-prison pipeline? The authors address these and other critical questions, examining the intersection of restorative justice and education. Learn More
    £23.95

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  14. Rhetorics Elsewhere and Otherwise

    The discipline of composition and rhetoric stands at a crossroad in its pedagogical, research, and public commitments. Decolonial ruptures in writing and rhetoric studies work to build new horizons, new histories, of local knowledges and meaning-making practices that break from Western hegemonic models of knowledge production. Learn More
    £27.50

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  15. Just Theory

    Offers an alternative history of critical theory in the context of the birth and transformation of the Western philosophical tradition. Rather than providing a summary survey, the book situates the production of theoretical texts within the geopolitical economy of just two pivotal cultural turns: the Platonic revolution and the Romantic revolution. Learn More
    £39.50

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  16. Going Public with Assessment

    Shares classroom vignettes, strategies, and resources for ‘going public' with literacy assessment through teacher collaboration with colleagues, with families, and with the community. The authors have compiled a set of collaborative assessment principles to guide teachers from assessment theory to practical implementation in the classroom. Learn More
    £23.95

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