This newest issue of English Practice (Fall 2015) invites you into an exploration of current practices, questions and concerns regarding Aboriginal education. We are so happy to announce that Starting a Circle: Exploring Aboriginal Education is now complete and ready for you to read and ponder! Please take a look!
Before Eve left the garden, she tugged Adam’s sleeve and said, One more, one more. You would think it was the pomegranate branch she wanted, the round, drab bush dribbling myth above a tedious brook or to retrieve a copy of The Temptation of Baghdad,
Welcome to our Summer 2013 edition of English Practice, Teaching for Joy & Justice: Re-imagining English Language Arts. Here you will find articles inspired by BCTELA’s 2012 conference and its theme. Topics range from deepening students’ conversations about books, to the power and possibilities of graphic novels, to the questioning of rubrics as a form […]
I remember feeling pleased with myself as I posted spreadsheets full of marks, several years ago. The essays had been graded, missing assignments had been assigned zeros, and my students would be able to check their progress in anticipation of the upco ming “marks cut – off day.” I occasionally heard a student exclaim, “Argh! […]
Insanity Threatened Four years ago, as a fairly new Grade Seven classroom teacher, I discovered that I was not always the supportive, understanding type of teacher I had envisioned myself to be. Having come from a student services background I was mor e accustomed to working with students one – on – one, or in […]