Table of Contents for the 2016 MEJ

An alphabetical list (by author) of the contents of the 2016 Minnesota English Journal.

  • Birkett, Kelly–Five ways in which high-quality literacy instruction can increase student interest in our content areas–http://wp.me/p4coir-bg
  • Brandt, Melissa–Building Literacy in all classrooms–http://wp.me/p4coir-b8
  • Burns, Heidi–What is a civic-minded student and how can we foster this in our classrooms?–http://wp.me/p4coir-bj
  • Cook, Mike P., Morgan, Ryan, and Matthew Gremo–Implementing Tabletop Gaming in the English Classroom: Promoting Literacy through Interactive Gameplay–http://wp.me/p4coir-aH
  • Daly, Luke–Teaching Fiction: Craft, Composition Theory, and a Lie–http://wp.me/p4coir-aC
  • Daly, Luke–The Four Deaths of Mitchell Fish–http://wp.me/p4coir-ay
  • Kerekes, Mary Jo–Increasing Student Motivation in the Classroom–http://wp.me/p4coir-bb
  • MacBride, Michael–Infographic-making activity–http://wp.me/p4coir-bm
  • Rische, Adrienne–Making literacy teaching a priority in a culturally diverse classroom–http://wp.me/p4coir-b0
  • Simpson, Dr. Jennifer–The “Write” Track: Effectively Leading Your School to Incorporate Writing in Every Classroom–http://wp.me/p4coir-b5
  • Wee, Jongsun, and Barbara A. Lehman–Read Them Together: Paired Book Reading for Global Literature–http://wp.me/p4coir-aS

MEJ-2015

2015 issue of the Minnesota English Journal

  1. Elisa Malinovitz–Meyer Wolfshiem in The Great Gatsby
  2. Michael P. Cook and Jeffrey S.J. Kirchoff—Graphic Novels in the Classroom: Suggestions for Appropriate Multimodal Writing Projects in Graphic Novel Units
  3. Kristine Putz—The Kite Runner From A Marxist Perspective
  4. Taya Sazama—Theory in Practice in the High School Classroom: Using: The Kite Runner to Teach Literary Theory
  5. Jennifer Hiltner—Technology and Critical Thinking: Effects of 21st Century Tools on the 20thCentury Brain
  6. Jeanette Lukowski—My Not-Quite-Scientific Composition I Experiment
  7. Karla Knutson—The Ethnographic Research Paper: Helping First-Year Students Develop Authority and Rhetorical Understanding of Sources
  8. Heidi Burns—A Tale of an Introductory Literature Class Gone Well (with practical ideas for use in any literature-based class!)
  9. Dallas Crow—Five poems
  10. Susan Brooks—Information is Not Enough: Facilitating Reflection and Changing Beliefs
  11. Jongsun Wee—Minnesota Preservice Teachers Perceptions of LGBT-themed Children’s Literature
  12. Michael MacBride—Students teaching teachers to teach students
    1. Student 1—Kandi Heenan: Teaching the Giving Tree
    2. Student 2—Laura Cattrysse: Sendak’s In The Night Kitchen: Unusual History of Censorship
    3. Student 3—Jenny Thiel: Approaches to Teaching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory