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In the Name of Citizenship : The Writing Classroom and the Promise of Citizenship

@inproceedings{Wan2017InTN,
  title={In the Name of Citizenship : The Writing Classroom and the Promise of Citizenship},
  author={Amy J. Wan},
  year={2017}
}

Literacy education for citizenship across the lifespan

The task of English language and literacy education to define citizenship, and shape citizens, has rarely been more compelling or more challenging than it is today. Globally and nationally, our civic

Rethinking Creative Writing Pedagogy in a Multilingual Composition Classroom

  • Maryna Teplova
  • Education
    Teaching Practices and Language Ideologies for Multilingual Classrooms
  • 2021
This chapter aims to redefine creative writing pedagogy in terms of a literacy practice to identify the role of creative writing in establishing community literacy in ESL classrooms and to determine

Service-Learning in the Community College Composition Classroom: Lessons Learned from Sustainable Projects at One Community College

Service-learning is one way to address the needs of at-risk students who may be both un-engaged and under-prepared for the rigors necessary in the college classroom. Since many states are now placing

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