California English

November 2020

Theme: Whoops! I'll never do that again.

Artist of this issue: Helen Cox

California English journal, November 2020

Contents

Julia Franks
How Long You Been Like This, Sweetheart?

Anthony Lince
Crossing Out Perfect Teaching

CATE President
CATE2021 Announcement

Sarah Martin
Building a “Mirror Factory”

Julianna Avila
Creative and Autobiographical Response as Counter-Story

NCTE
Affiliate Journal of Excellence Award

CATE 2020-2021
CATE Creative Writing Contest

Maria Shreve Ruley
To Tweak or Not to Tweak: Adapting Demo Lessons

Michelle Glerum
The Impact of the Unknown: The Power of Teacher Research

CATE
Save the Date: Saturday CATE, February 20, 2021

Bill Younglove
Transformed in the Night and the Fog

An Interview with Traci Chee, Author of We Are Not Free

Julia Grigorian
Making Space for Bodies in the Classroom
Equity and Diversity Column

Features and Columns

President’s Perspective

Editor’s Column

Call for Manuscripts

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Call for Manuscripts

Next Issue: May 2021
Theme: WRITING THEIR WAY TO SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL STRENGTH

With limited instructional minutes at teachers’ disposal, writing seems to be getting short shrift. But what if writing were seen as a powerful tool for engaging students in their own learning. What have you discovered as you taught writing virtually? How can personal and/or creative writing help students become more reflective? Describe a writing task that your students found compelling.

Due Date: April 1, 2021