Kentucky English Bulletin

 

CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS

KENTUCKY ENGLISH BULLETIN

Deadline for Submission: February 28, 2019

All submissions are to be uploaded in Submittable here: https://kcte.submittable.com/submit/128911/ky-english-bulletin-call-for-submissions

“ English is embedded throughout all college- and career-ready standards, including the widespread Common Core State Standards as well as the Next Generation Science Standards. To meet these standards, a student must possess and be able to demonstrate an understanding of the English language and any subject matter being considered.” (https://all4ed.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/LangAndLiteracyInStandardsELLs.pdf)
“College and career readiness demands students know more than just content, but demonstrate that they know how to learn and build upon that content to solve problems. They must develop versatile communication skills, work collaboratively and work competitively in a school or work environment.” (https://osse.dc.gov/service/what-does-college-and-career-readiness-mean) As a teacher of literacy- how do you tie in college and career readiness for your students? How does College and Career Readiness and Literacy connect? In what ways can teachers of literacy incorporate college and career readiness?

· How does literacy play a part in college and career readiness? · How do you integrate college and career awareness/readiness strategies, lessons or routines that also incorporate literacy into your classroom? School? · What fundamental literacy skills do you feel students need to be successful in college? What can teachers do to teach these skills? · What fundamental literacy skills do you feel students need to be successful in a career? How can teachers teach these skills? · What barriers exist when teaching literacy/using literacy strategies related to college/career readiness? · How do you explore college/career readiness with your students? · What technology do you use for literacy that also hits college and career readiness? · What are some think-outside- of-the-box ways that educators could bring in literacy for college and career readiness? · What is appropriate for various grade levels when it comes to ‘teaching’ college and career readiness? · How do teachers reach ELL students with limited English proficiency – yet enrich them with knowledge/experience in college and career readiness? · What kinds of college and career programs do you have at your school? How is literacy a part of those programs?

KY English Bulletin subscription is included in KCTE/LA membership dues ($30), which should be sent to: Patricia Hackworth 198 Rose Drive Prestonburg, KY 41653

Submission Inquiries and Info Submission Guidelines
All submissions are to be uploaded in Submittable here: https://kcte.submittable.com/submit/128911/ky-english-bulletin-call-for-submissions

Contact – Amy Clancy- amy.clancy@wv.kyschools.us

In addition to articles, contributions are sought for standing sections of the Bulletin:

Teachers as Writers: Poetry, Essays, Letters
KEB Teaching Strategy Exchange
Professional Reading Recommendations
Humor
What’s New in Young Adult Literature?
Speak Out: Professional Issues
Inquiries and drafts are welcome.

The Bulletin observes MLA documentation style and NCTE’s position on avoiding sexism in language. Articles from 500 to 2500 words welcome!

Please See Revised Submission Guidelines/KEB Editorial Policy HERE.

All submissions are to be uploaded in Submittable here: https://kcte.submittable.com/submit/128911/ky-english-bulletin-call-for-submissions

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