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Writing, Place, and Culture: Indian Education for All

By Paul Epstein
<p>This article illustrates how two Writing Project sites In Maine and Montana explore how to help teachers address state laws regarding Indian education and improve the writing of Native American learners. It includes specific ideas for teacher leaders to increase their understanding of…
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ELL Library American Indian Reference/Resource “Must-Haves”

By Michael Thompson and Laurie Smith
<p>With the goal of providing materials to inform teachers’ understanding of Native American cultures, Thompson and Smith have compiled an annotated bibliography of “must-read” texts on the subject. This excellent resource can be used to inspire and guide groups of teachers…
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The Five-Paragraph Theme Redux

By Elizabeth Rorschach
<p>What are the constraints of teaching the five-paragraph essay? Rorschach argues that its preset format can lull students into nonthinking conformity and questions whether struggling writers need such a format to be successful. Dive into this provocative piece, complete with student…
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