“Ebonics may be an inferior dialect of English (contributors vilify that notion), but communicating that to students won’t encourage them to practice [Standard English]. The cultural roots run too deep, and for every student who masters SE there are are a dozen who tune out, react in anger, and disappear.” Review of The Skin That We Speak: Thoughts on Language and Culture in the Classroom. —The Languages of the Classroom (Partisan Review)
Here for the daughter.
MLA in-text citations: avoid these common errors
The daughter (giving the piggyback ride in pic 2) doing a thing that starts tomorrow.
A big day for our first year writing students! So much energy in the room!
My Shakespeare students are off peer reviewing their term paper rough drafts. I’m official...
Font vs Typeface: bold and italics are fonts, but Arial and Times New Roman are typefaces