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HIGH SCHOOL MATTERS: The Secondary Section - Previous Revision

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The Secondary Section  enhances the professional lives of secondary English language arts educators and the quality of education of their students by providing multiple forums for significant dialogue on historical, current, and emerging topics of interest to secondary English language arts educators.

 

NCTE Annual Convention
Click here to learn more!Make plans now to join middle level educators in Boston this November for "(Re)Inventing the Future of English."

Start planning your convention experience by viewing the digital edition of the Convention Preview, the schedule of events, and the secondary level events.

Use the online searchable program to round out your schedule and register today!

 

HIGH SCHOOL MATTERS: Teacher Spotlight

Ike Thompson is the recipient of the Georgia Council of Teachers of English Teacher of Excellence award in 2011. Ike received the award due to his use of literature circles in the classroom and his personal teaching strategies. Mr. Thompson has a B.A. in English from Western Michigan University and an M.A. from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA. 

"...I have come to realize good teachers are sponges. Recognize your need for growth and grab anything and everything you can from those around you. I tweak nearly everything I take from anybody else to fit my style, but, I must admit, I rarely come up with an innovative lesson all on my own. If you can’t or are unwilling to collaborate and sponge up what you can, there will be little opportunity for growth and betterment of yourself as an English teacher."   Read the full interview.            

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ENGAGE NOW!

The Secondary Section Steering Committee is committing to sharing each month a lesson for teachers to use in whole or in part.  This series, called ENGAGE NOW! allows each Steering Committee member to share and engage with teachers in the secondary section.  You can use these lessons as, "a transaction between our students and the worlds of the past and present as represented through a myriad of texts and genres" (Morrell).  Each lesson will contain resources, instructional strategies, immersive activities facilitating research and critical thinking.

 

ENGAGE NOW! is available in the Connected Community for members.

Principals in Practice Imprint

Beyond Standardized TruthNCTE’s K-12 Principles in Practice imprint connects research with classroom practice offering teachers concrete illustrations of effective classroom practices based in NCTE research briefs and policy statements. Books within the imprint are grouped in strands focusing on adolescent literacy, writing, and assessment.

 

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English JournalNCTE's award-winning journal presents information on the teaching of writing and reading, literature, and language, and includes information on how teachers are putting the latest technologies to work in their classrooms. 

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