The relevance of English : teaching that matters in students' lives / edited by Robert P. Yagelski, Scott A. Leonard.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Yagelski, Robert., Leonard, Scott A., 1958-
Format: Book
Published: Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, c2002.
Series:Refiguring English studies,
Table of Contents:
  • The academic language gap / Gerald Graff
  • When the multicultural leaves the race : some common terms reconsidered / Victor Villanueva
  • It's not an economy, stupid! : the education-as-product metaphor as viewed from the English classroom / Scott A. Leonard
  • Literacy, gender, and adolescence : school-sponsored English as identity maintenance / Margaret J. Finders
  • On the business of English studies / Stephen M. North
  • The high school English teacher : a relevant member in a good tribe / Donald L. Tinney
  • Promoting a relevant classroom literacy : personal growth and communal action in a middle grades curricular development project / Sarah Robbins, with Mary Miesiaszek and Beth Davis
  • Women in mind : the culture of first-year English and the nontraditional returning woman student / Patricia Shelley Fox
  • Community college English : diverse backgrounds, diverse needs / Kathleen R. Cheney
  • The relevance of Paulo Freire on liberatory dialogue and writing in the classroom / Cristina Kirklighter
  • Surviving intact : African American women negotiating scholarly identities through graduate school writing / Juanita Rodgers Comfort
  • The future of English studies made personal, or, The subversive act of teaching well / Valerie Hardin Drye
  • Cybrarians and scholars in the new English classroom / Ted Nellen
  • The past and future of (two-year) college English studies / Mark Reynolds
  • Enacting cultures : the practice of comparative cultural study / Paula Mathieu and James J. Sosnoski
  • Critical technological literacy and English studies : teaching, learning, and action / Richard J. Selfe and Cynthia L. Selfe
  • The plural commons : meeting the future of English studies / Kathleen Blake Yancy.