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English language arts: past and future

English language arts: past and future

English education, known also as English Language Arts (ELA), has always been concerned with reflections on the past, understandings of the current and speculations about the future. Texts and contexts that we access and design carry enduring narrative threads of the human condition that link past, present and future. Our interrogation of these intertextual meanings and representations is central in the discursively structured pedagogic spaces of contemporary English classrooms. In this eBook contributors engage with the complex relationships between past present and future for teachers, students, texts and contexts. What endures or should endure? What has changed or needs to change? What are the implications of maintaining or re-visioning our practices and performances? What responsibilities do teachers of a powerful global language have with regard to the other languages spoken in our contexts? What new theoretical imaginings can we operationalise through English teaching?

A dialogic account of reader-text interactions,Developing English,English language arts: past and future,Making visible the dance: strategies and tactics in teacher and student classroom interactions,One educator, four perspectives: where the standards have taken us in English education within the United States,Reading against and writing back: critical literacy and multi-modal study at the closing of the Gutenberg Parenthesis,Re-visioning English language arts practices and writing outcomes through the remaking of Cinderella,Speaking up about oracy: the contribution of drama pedagogy to enhanced oral communication.,Standards-based governance of English teaching, past, present, and future?,Student perceptions of the benefits of drama projects in university EFL: three case studies in Korea,Student writing: gender and visibility; then and now,Teaching poetry to Chinese English majors: a review of articles from 2000-2013,The English teacher as interdisciplinary resource,The practice of reading aloud in the high school: a preliminary investigation

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