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Finding Footholds in a Construction Zone: Navigating the Discourses of English Language Arts with Pre-Service Teachers in the 21st Century.

Tytuł :
Finding Footholds in a Construction Zone: Navigating the Discourses of English Language Arts with Pre-Service Teachers in the 21st Century.
Autorzy :
McKenzie, Cori
Macaluso, Michael
Macaluso, Kati
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Temat :
LANGUAGE arts
ENGLISH language
EDUCATION of English teachers
BEGINNING teachers
SOCIAL impact
TWENTY-first century
Źródło :
Advances in Research on Teaching; 2017, Vol. 27, p5-26, 22p
Czasopismo naukowe
The varying traditions, goals, paradigms, and discourses associated with English language arts (ELA) underscore the degree to which there is not one school subject English, but many "Englishes." In a neoliberal context, where movements like standardization and accountability stake claims about what ELA should be and do in the world, teachers, especially beginning teachers, can struggle to navigate the tensions engendered by these many and contradictory "Englishes." This chapter attends to this struggle and delineates a process by which English Educators might illustrate the field's vast and ever-changing terrain and support beginning teachers as they locate themselves in ELA. In delineating this process, we argue that in order to see and navigate the field in a neoliberal era, ELA teachers should treat the field as a discursive construction, constantly re-constructed by the dynamic play of social, political, and economic discourses. We argue that in treating the field as a discursive construction and exploring and locating themselves within the terrain, ELA teachers, rather than feeling powerless in the face of neoliberal forces, can leverage these different discursive forces, and gain footing in their classrooms, schools, and extracurricular communities to navigate the coexistence of many "Englishes" and argue for their pedagogical choices. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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