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Charged with Meaning : Re-viewing English 3rd Edition

$42.95

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Product Code: 978-1-921586-18-7

Contents

  • CHARGED with  MEANING  : Susanne Gannon, Mark Howie, Wayne Sawyer

  • POST-DARTMOUTH DEVELOPMENTS in ENGLISH TEACHING in AUSTRALIA : Jack Thomson

  • THE GROWTH MODEL of ENGLISH : Wayne Sawyer

  • THE ‘CULTURAL STUDIES’ MODEL of ENGLISH:  Robin Peel

  • TOWARDS a RHETORICAL PERSPECTIVE : Richard Andrews

  • THE AESTHETIC and ENGLISH TEACHING:  Ray Misson & Wendy Morgan

  • IMAGINATIVE RE-CREATION of LITERATURE: Peter Adams

  • POSTSTRUCTURALISM: Ray Misson

  • READING / READER RESPONSE : Ken Watson

  • CRITICAL LITERACY:  Wendy Morgan

  • VISUAL LITERACY: ENABLING and PROMOTING CRITICAL VIEWING :  John Stephens

  • APPLICATIONS: The grammar of visual design in the classroom: Mark Howie

  • USING PICTURE BOOKS in the SECONDARY ENGLISH CLASSROOM: Jo Lampert

  • FACING DOWN the FEAR: TEACHING POETRY in the AUSTRALIAN CLASSROOM: Louise Wakeling

  • P.S. FURTHER CLASSROOM RESOURCES: Poetry : Wayne Sawyer

  • RECONCEPTUALISING ‘EXPERIENCE’ : Brenton Doecke and Douglas McClenaghan

  • TEACHING SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS in the SECONDARY ENGLISH CLASSROOM: Emma Vale

  • LEARNING DIFFICULTIES in LITERACY: OVERCOMING a CONSTRUCT of the LITERATE STUDENT: Marilyn Kell

  • SLIPPING FROM BETWEEN THE COVERS: POSITIONING THE MEDIA IN ENGLISH: Cal Durrant

  • TEACHING FILM : Susanne Gannon

  • CONNECTING VOICES: ORAL ENGLISH: Jackie Manuel

  • SMALL GROUP WORK: David Baxter

  • PLAYSCRIPTS and PERFORMANCE: PAGE and STAGE:  John Hughes

  • TEACHING SHAKESPEARE TODAY: AN INTRODUCTION:  Wayne Sawyer and Ken Watson

  • APPLICATIONS: Shakespeare:  Wayne Sawyer

  • CREATIVE WRITING:  Susanne Gannon

  • P.S. FURTHER APPLICATIONS: WRITING: Wayne Sawyer, Eva Gold

  • LITERACY, GENRE STUDIES and PEDAGOGY:  Paul Richardson

  • PROCESS WRITING: CONFESSIONS:  Brenton Doecke and Douglas McClenaghan

  • JOURNAL WRITING: AN ESSENTIAL TOOL of LEARNING:  Jack Thomson

  • COMPOSING SCREEN DRAMA NARRATIVES:  Mary Mooney

  • APPROACHES to FICTION:  Mark Howie

  • APPLICATIONS: FICTION: Diana Mitchell, Ken Watson, Eva Gold

  • WIDE READING: Ernie Tucker, Deb McPherson, Helen Sykes

  • APPLICATIONS: WIDE READING: Eva Gold

  • USING MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES in ENGLISH: Anita Jetnikoff

  • P.S. FURTHER APPLICATIONS: MEDIA: Eva Gold

  • REPRESENTING the REAL: Eva Gold

  • RESPONDING to STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTS in ENGLISH: Marion Meiers

  • QUESTIONING POPULAR CULTURE: Ray Misson

  • 'KNOWLEDGE ABOUT LANGUAGE' and GRAMMAR: Wayne Sawyer

  • APPLICATIONS: 'KNOWLEDGE ABOUT LANGUAGE' and GRAMMAR: Wayne Sawyer, Mark Howie

 
 
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