Resources: Handbook of research on teaching the English language arts

Google Books has provided a number of valuable resources.  Here’s a handbook on teaching language arts that was put together by James Flood (International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English).  

This link will take you to the History of the Profession by James R. Squire:

Handbook of research on teaching the … – Google Books.

There are a number of other chapters available, too, including:

Historical Connections and International Perspective by John Dixon

Linguistics and Teaching the Language Arts by Paula Menyuk (Boston University)

A Pschycological Analysis of What Teachers and Students do in the Language Arts Classroom by Daine Lemonnier Schallert (University of Texas, Austin and Debra Bayles Martin (San Diego State University)

Child Development by Marie M. Clay (University of Auckland, New Zealand)

Anthropology and Research on Teaching the English Language Arts by David Bloome (Vanderbilt University)

Literary Theory by Louise M. Rosenblatt (New York University)

The Tao of Instructional Models by Lawrence Baines (Mesa State College) an Edmond J. Farrell (University of Texas, Austin)

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Dr. Jaclyn Ocumpaugh received a PhD for her dissertation on regional variation in the acoustics of Mexican American English (Michigan State University, East Lansing). Before that, she received an MA in English/Linguistics from North Carolina State University for her work on the acoustics of /r/--a sound which is highly variable in the English language. Her passion, however, has always been to understand the social implications of language variation. In addition to her work in acoustic sociophonetics, she has worked with rape trial analysis, developed cognitive methods for understanding discourse level variation between men and women, and created sophisticated tools for teaching future educators about the kinds of dialect variation they will find in the classroom. She has taught classes in English, Linguistics, and Education at Old Dominion University, William & Mary, the University of Mary Washington, and Virginia Wesleyan College. She is currently a Post Doctoral Fellow of Learning Sciences and Technologies at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where she is helping to develop models of student engagement in the classroom. She also consults in the private sector.
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