California English Journal — September 2023

Theme: Untold Stories: Indigenous Representation

Artist of this issue: Dakota Hoska

California English: The quarterly journal of the California Association of Teachers of English. Untold Stories: Indigenous Representation. Vol.29, No 1; September 2023

Contents

THERESA BURRUEL STONE AND TRELASA BARATTA
RETELLING ‘UNTOLD’ STORIES (FROM NATIVE RATHER THAN SETTLER PERSPECTIVES)

ELISA FRIAS
THE URGENCY AND RELEVANCE OF INDIGENOUS STORIES

CALIF. DEPT OF EDUCATION
GUIDELINES FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES

DAKOTA HOSTA
THE ARTIST OF THIS ISSUE

TRACI SORELL
AN OPEN LETTER: MLB PLAYERS FROM NATIVE NATIONS

STEVE ZEMELMAN
TONYA PERRY AND KATY SMITH
WHEN TEACHERS LEARN ABOUT EQUITY TOGETHER,
INTROSPECTION AND RELATIONSHIP-BUILDING ARE ESSESTIAL

JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ
THE SHOES OF JIM THORPE (A POEM)

CATHY SOSNOWSKI
BOOK REVIEW: FIREKEEPER’S DAUGHTER BY ANGELA BOULLEY

VICKI KURTZ
RECOGNITION THROUGH REPRESENTATION

LINDSAY MARSHALL
THE POWER OF STORIES

JONATHAN TABUTOL
INDIGENOUS LITERATURE AND HOW TO APPROACH IT

JASON STEPHENSON
AND STEPHANIE SWIGART
INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATION IN ENGLISH
LANGUAGE ARTS ACADEMIC STANDARDS

KIMBERLY ATHANS
EQUITY AND DIVERSITY COLUMN

CATE 2022-2023
CREATIVE WRITING CONTEST WINNERS

CATE TOWNHALL MEETING
RESOLUTIONS PASSED, 2023

THOMAS NEWKIRK
LITERACY’S DEMOCRATIC ROOTS: A PERSONAL TOUR THROUGH 8 BIG IDEAS

CURRICULUM STUDY GROUP
ASILOMAR 69 CONFERENCE

 

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President’s Perspective

Editor’s Column

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Next Issue: November 2023
Theme: ChatGPT: A BRAVE NEW WORLD FOR TEACHERS.

In the months since OpenAI introduced ChatGPT to the world, teachers have been grappling with how this tool could change their practice forever. Will it be a boon to teaching and learning or education’s worst nightmare? How are your students engaging with the platform? How have you used it in your own work? Will ChatGPT transform creativity? Should it? How will it change writing instruction? All points of view are welcome.

Due Date: October 1, 2023

Call for Manuscripts

Upcoming Issue: February 2024
Theme: TEACHING ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE: TEXTS AND TASKS

In The Sixth Extinction Elizabeth Kolbert explains that “Right now, we are deciding which evolutionary pathways will remain open to us and which will be forever closed.” How have you incorporated climate change into your curriculum? Do science fiction books have a role to play here? What inquiry projects or writing prompts contribute to this increasingly urgent conversation? How are your students fighting for the future?

Due Date: January 10, 2024