California English

November 2018

Theme: Graphic Novels and Nonfiction: A New Genre or a Fad?

Artist of this issue: Jose Ramirez

California English November 2018 Issue

Contents

Graphic Novels: A Powerful Tool for Your Classroom
Sara Smith

‘Tis Time For Narratology
Bill Younglove

Teach What It Is: Hipahop And Graphic Novels Are Pulitzer Prize Winners
Jennifer Johnson

Seeing New Vistas
Meenoo Rami

Why Graphic Novels Belong in All of Our Libraries
Pernille Ripp

Teaching Literature Rhetorically; Transferable Literacy Skills For 21st-Century Students
Jennifer Fletcher

Disrupting Texts as Restorative Practice
Tricia Ebarvia

From Book Deserts to Book Floods: Tools for Transformation
Donalyn Miller and Colby Sharp

Creating Order Out of Chaos: Real Reading and Writing Make a Difference
Jamie Marsh

CATE 2019

Features and Columns

President’s Perspective

Editor’s Column

Call for Manuscripts

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Call for Manuscripts

Next Issue: February 2019
Theme: FEBRUARY 2019, VOICES OF LITERACY IN PURSUIT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

The theme for the CATE2019 convention highlights a particular purpose for literacy instruction. What texts and tasks have you employed to develop students’ knowledge of, understanding about, and empathy for others? How do you facilitate courageous conversations in your classroom? Is social and emotional learning critical to this work?

Due Date: December 15, 2018