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Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education

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Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education
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Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education
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eng
Summary
The field of English language arts teacher education has experienced change over the past two decades. Changes in the discipline have produced a much more expansive understanding of literacy and of what teachers of English language arts do. This volume will focus on innovations in English language arts teacher education
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Advances in Research on Teaching
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v.27
Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education
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Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword to Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education -- References -- Editor's Introduction to Innovations in English Language Arts Teacher Education -- Part I: Toward a Broader Vision of English Teacher Education -- Section Introduction to Part I -- Reference -- Finding Footholds in a Construction Zone: Navigating the Discourses of English Language Arts with Pre-Service Teachers in the 21st Century -- Introduction: Michael's Reflection -- Many Paradigms of ELA and What They May Mean for English Teacher Preparation -- Finding Footing in the Discursively Constructed Terrain of English Language Arts -- Mapping the Discursively Constructed Terrain in an English Methods Course -- Dexterous Teaching: Finding and Maintaining Footing Out in the Field -- Jeff -- Jaz -- Amy -- Samantha -- Discussion -- References -- Appendix -- Preparing English Teachers for Today's Context: Researching Effective Practice through Methods Courses -- Methods Courses in English Language Arts -- Identifying "New Areas of Emphasis" within ELA Methods Courses -- Literacy and Content-Area Literacy -- New Technologies and New Literacies in English Education Methods Courses -- The Integration of Field Experiences with Coursework -- The Preparation of Teachers for Students with Diverse Racial, Cultural, and Linguistic Backgrounds -- K12 Content Standards and Associated Assessments -- Embracing "Awareness" and "Application" -- Becoming Public Scholars and Moving the Field of ELA into the Future -- References -- Advocacy, Humanity, and Hope in the Face of an Education World Gone Wrong -- Self-Advocacy and Mentorship -- What We Learned -- Advocating for Students -- What We Learned -- Advocacy for the Profession -- Grassroots Efforts
  • State Advocacy Day -- Humanity and Hope through Advocacy -- References -- Part II: Lenses for Preparing Prospective Teachers to Teach English Language Arts -- Section Introduction to Part II -- References -- Rethinking Identity and Adolescence in the Teaching of Literature: Implications for Pre-Service Teacher Education -- Traditional Approaches to Adolescents, Identity, and Literature Instruction -- Autonomous Identity and the Developing Adolescent -- Autonomous Identity Development in the ELA Classroom -- An Alternative Approach to Adolescents and Literature Instruction -- Sociocultural Theories of Identity -- Rethinking Adolescents and Identity Development -- Teaching Literature to Adolescents through a Sociocultural View of Identity -- Key Shifts in Approaching Literature Instruction -- Key Instructional Practices -- Adopting Alternative Perspectives -- Negotiating Identities across Different Social Worlds -- Making Connections across People and Texts -- Preparing Pre-Service English Teachers for Identity-Focused Literature Instruction -- Selecting and Evaluating Texts -- Movement and Negotiation across Social Worlds -- Multiple and Competing Perspectives -- Unresolved Identities -- Complex and Unexpected Portrayals of Young People -- Conceptualizing and Developing Identity-Focused Literature Instruction -- Learning about Communities, Schools, and Students -- Pinpointing Problems and Issues for Exploration -- Providing a Range of Texts and Perspectives -- Designing Instructional Practices and Activities for Identity Exploration -- Dialogic Discussion -- Drama and Role-Play -- Writing -- Language Study -- Conclusions -- References -- Literary Texts -- Re-Positioning Youth in English Teacher Education -- Brief Overview of Related Theory and Scholarship -- Rethinking the Young Adult Literature Course in English Teacher Education
  • Providing Contrastive Perspectives to Disrupt a Naturalized View of Adolescence -- Using Media to Employ the Youth Lens -- A "Re-Positioning Pedagogy": Youth as Experts in English Teacher Education -- "At-Risk" Youth Teaching English Teachers How to Write and Teach Poetry -- LGBTQ Youth Teaching Future English Teachers about Young Adult Literature and Their Experiences in Schools -- Thinking Programmatically -- Note -- References -- Beyond the Knowledge Economy: Teaching English for Economic Justice -- The Economic Mission of ELA -- Technology and Literacy -- From Technology to Power -- Power, Critique, and ELA -- A Raisin in the Sun and Economic Critique -- A Scenario: Debating Debate Club -- Scenario Debrief -- Looking Ahead -- Acknowledgment -- References -- From Research to Practice: Writing, Technology, and English Teacher Education -- Articulating Our Positionality as Researchers and Teacher Educators -- International Practices within English Teacher Education -- Engaging in Creative Writing: Jen Scott Curwood -- Teacher Preparation Context -- Case Study Context -- Findings: Alice's Experiences as a Writer and Teacher -- Accessing Readers and Reviewers -- Learning about Writing Pedagogy -- Discussion -- Blogging in the English Classroom: Jayne C. Lammers -- Teacher Preparation Context -- Case Study Context -- Findings: Blogging in Thom's class -- Blogging as Instruction -- Blogging as Student Production -- Discussion -- #WalkMyWorld, a Social Media English Education Experiment: Alecia Marie Magnifico -- Teacher Preparation Context -- Case Study Context -- Findings: Learning through #WalkMyWorld -- Student Choice -- Writing for Audience -- Discussion -- Implications for English Teacher Education -- References -- Part III: Social Justice Oriented English Language Arts Teacher Preparation -- Section Introduction to Part III
  • The Critical Centrality of Social Justice in English Teacher Education -- Reclaiming "Social Justice" in the Public Arena and in English Teacher Preparation -- Critically Centering Social Justice across English Education Coursework -- Policy, Research, and Social Justice Advocacy in NCTE -- Critically Centering Social Justice within and beyond English Education -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- Professional Knowledge and Skills -- Addressing LGBTQ-Themed Texts and Heteronormativity in English Education -- LGBTQ (In)Visibility in Teacher Education -- Moving beyond Models of LGBTQ Inclusion and Addressing Heteronormativity -- LGBTQ-Themed Texts and Heteronormativity in English Education -- Modeling Critical Units of Study in the English Methods Course -- Scaffolding Candidates' Analyses of Instructional Methods for Critical Interpretation -- Prompting Critical Curricular Modifications -- Initiating Critical Reflection of Field Observations -- Assessing Student Work and Constructing a Lesson Plan -- Blogging about LGBTQ-Themed Texts and Heteronormativity -- Discussion and Implications -- Note -- References -- Toward Clinically Rich English and Literacy Teacher Preparation: A Tale of Two Programs -- Clinically Rich English Teacher Preparation in the Stanford Teacher Education Program -- Practice-Based Learning in STEP -- Design and Settings of Clinical Placements in STEP -- Hunter College/New Visions for Public Schools -- Graduate Urban Teacher Residency in English Language Arts -- Collaborative Recruitment, Admissions, and Orientation -- Residents' Gradual Entry into the Profession -- Mentoring, Supervision, and Assessment -- Discussion and Implications -- References -- Telling Our Stories: Navigating Social justice-oriented Teaching on the Ground -- Social Justice Teaching in English Teacher Preparation -- Storying Our Work -- Terri -- Lauren
  • Kate -- Madey -- Maddy -- Weaving Our Stories Together -- Labels and the Complexities of Identity -- Privilege, Authority, and Our Role in Social Justice Work -- Defining "Success" in Social Justice Teaching -- How Are We Activist-Allies? -- References -- About the Authors
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