Summer 2010 “Teaching American Speech” available online

American Speech

The Summer 2010 “Teaching American Speech” section of American Speech (85.2) is now available online. Congratulations to all the authors!

  1. David W. Marlow, “Engaging Syntax: Using a Personal Response System to Encourage Grammatical Thought,” pp. 225-237
  2. Helena Riha, Dikka Berven, Brian D. Joseph, and Don Winford, “Forums with Experts as a Way to Teach Sociolinguistics Online,” pp. 238-250
  3. Amanda J. Godley, “Meaningful Language and Grammar Curriculum for the High School English Classroom,” pp. 250-256. A review of:  In Other Words: Lessons on Grammar, Code-Switching, and Academic Writing, by David West Brown. Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, 2008.
  4. Rita Turner, “Classroom Discourse through Many Lenses: Applying Theories of Discourse Analysis to the Study of Classroom Language and Literacy Practices,” pp. 256-260.  A review of:  On Discourse Analysis in Classrooms: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research, by David Bloome et al. New York: Teachers College Press, 2008.

For more information on “Teaching American Speech,” please visit my journal publications page.