Issue Theme: Preventing Bullying Behaviors
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From the Secondary Section: Paying Attention to Ourselves: Modeling Anti-Bullying Behavior for Students
Amy Magnafichi Lucas
Members of the Secondary Section Steering Committee comment on topics of importance to English language arts educators.
NCTE Position Statement: Resolution on Confronting Bullying and Harassment [FREE ACCESS]
Speaking My Mind: Mythology of the Norm: Disrupting the Culture of Bullying in Schools
“Speaking My Mind” invites readers to speak out about controversial issues relevant to the teaching of English language arts.
Speaking My Mind: Confronting Bullying: It Really Can Get Better
EJ in Focus: Bullying Reconsidered: Educating for Emotional Literacy
Nancy Mack, Guest Editor
Students can develop thoughtful emotional choices through the study of language arts.
Teacher to Teacher: What Literature Fosters the Examination of Bullying Behaviors?
Katina D. Childers; Annamary Consalvo
“Teacher to Teacher” provides a forum for teachers to share ideas, materials, and activities.
Student Voices: What Can Bystanders Do to Prevent Bullying of Students Who Are Different (or Perceived as Different) from Others?
Anna Nordseth; Vikas Vepachedu; Grant Shipman; David Alayachew
"Student Voices" provides a forum for students to share their experiences and recommendations.
Tough Talk as an Antidote to Bullying
Donna L. Miller
Miller details strategies for productive discussions about controversial characters.
Exploring Character through Narrative, Drama, and Argument [FREE ACCESS]
Thomas M. McCann, Rebecca D’Angelo, Marjorie Hillocks, Nancy Galas, and Laura Ryan
Can students author their own solutions and reparations for bullying?
Using Warriors Don’t Cry in a Capstone Project to Combat Bullying [FREE ACCESS]
What can teachers do when students routinely tease and bully one another?
A.S. King and C. J. Bott Talk about Bullying
A.S. King and C. J. Bott
Listen in on a conversation about bullying between a young adult author and an expert on bullying.
Beyond Bullying: Pairing Classics and Media Literacy
Angela Beumer Johnson, Linda Augustus, and Christa Preston Agiro
Students resist media manipulation by making connections to Othello.
Call It What It Is: Confronting the Teacher-on-Teacher Bully Down the Hall
What steps can a teacher take when bullied by colleagues?
Cyberbullying: Taking Control through Research-Based Letter Writing
Maureen Connolly and Vicky Giouroukakis
Students inform preservice teachers about cyberbullying.
“Everything . . . Affects Everything”: Promoting Critical Perspectives toward Bullying with Thirteen Reasons Why
James S. Chisholm and Brandie Trent
A YAL character’s experiences with bullying compel students to take action.
Dismantling Bullying with a Class Magazine: Creating Connections and Community [FREE ACCESS]
Cheryl H. Almeda
Almeda suggests a classroom magazine to turn outcast students into heroes.
Long-Term Effects of Bullying: Promoting Empathy with Nonfiction
Students’ empathy increases after responding to essays from Dear Bully.
Poem: Re: Unidentified Dyslexic in English 222
N. C. Krim
Poem: A hundred things she’s not
L. A. Batzler
Matthew J. Spireng
Adventures with Text and Beyond: “Like Reading” and Literacy Challenges in a Digital Age
Mentoring Matters: It’s Just Like Dido Said: Improving the Experiences of International Teaching Colleagues
Spencer Salas and Scott Kissau
"Mentoring Matters" focuses on effective ways to support new English teachers and student teachers.
Professional Writing in the English Classroom: Are You a Writing Bully? Considerations for Teachers and Students
Jonathan Bush and Leah Zuidema
"Professional Writing in the English Classroom" publishes articles about teaching students to write effectively in the genres, conventions, and visual designs required for professional contexts and related rhetorical situations.
Research for the Classroom: Analyzing Classroom Literacy Events: What Observing Classroom Conversations about Popular Culture Can Reveal about Reading
"Research for the Classroom" publishes mini-studies of ELA classroom practices and suggests ways in which high school and middle school English teachers may study the effectiveness of their pedagogy.
Indexes to Volume 101 [FREE ACCESS]
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