The Summer 2010 “Teaching American Speech” section of American Speech (85.2) is now available online. Congratulations to all the authors!
- David W. Marlow, “Engaging Syntax: Using a Personal Response System to Encourage Grammatical Thought,” pp. 225-237
- Helena Riha, Dikka Berven, Brian D. Joseph, and Don Winford, “Forums with Experts as a Way to Teach Sociolinguistics Online,” pp. 238-250
- 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.
- 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.