California English Journal — May 2019
Theme: Write Now!
Artist of this issue: JOE CROSETTO
LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION
“THE MISSING IS THE POINT HERE”
TAPPING INTO RHETORIC TO BUILD CONFIDENT WRITERS
A RED BALLOON TIED TO AN ANCHOR
NECESSARY PERSPECTIVES ON UNCLE TOM’S CABIN AND ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
PRIMING THE WRITING MACHINE — ONE BITE AT A TIME
BECOMING A TEACHER OF WRITING: THAT WAS THEN . . . AND NOW
SKINNING THE CAT: WRITING INSTRUCTION AS A WORK IN PROGRESS.
JENNIFER PAPPAS YENNIE
Features and Columns
FROM THE EDITOR: Give Students a Reason to Write
CATE 2019 RESOLUTIONS
MEET THE CATE BOARD
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Call for Manuscripts
Next Issue: September 2019
Theme: LETTERS TO A NEW TEACHER
CATE members possess a wealth of knowledge about teaching that too often goes untapped. For this back-to-school issue of California English, we invite you to share what you have learned the hard way with teachers new to the profession. Knowing what you know now, what would you do differently? Were there instinctive moves that you made that produced powerful learning?
What advice do you have for novices?
Due Date: August 1, 2019