BOOK: Understanding English Language Variation in U.S. Schools
Understanding English Language Variation in U.S. Schools, by Dr. Anne H. Charity Hudley and me (2011), is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Teachers College Press in paperback and hardback, as well as on Kindle and on Nook!
Click here to redirect to Anne’s and my website to view our book’s table of contents and the preface. Our book page also features reviews and endorsements by readers, educators, and scholars. You can also add us on Goodreads and leave your own review!
In this short video, I talk about my research and how it connects to our book.
To hear more from teachers who have used our book, you can listen to our podcast, “‘It’s a Language Variation, and It Has Its Own Structure.” This 45 minute podcast features the voices of 14 pre- and in-service educators from Maryland and Virginia talking about what they have learned about language variation in the classroom and how it has positively impacted their teaching and helped them better communicate with their students. Other Resources for Educators are also available on our website, providing an ever-growing list of materials organized by theme that are relevant to educators.
My CV (as of April 2014) provides a complete list of my books and other publications. Please contact me at <mallinson AT umbc DOT edu> for more information.