English Journal Vol 101 No 3 January 2012

10   Call for Manuscripts
13   From the Editor  Ken Lindblom
16   From the Secondary Section
Still Battling the Surf: Teaching English after 100 Years
Christian Z. Goering

EJ @ 100: CELEBRATING A CENTURY OF PUBLICATION

8   A Gallery of EJ Covers, 1912-2011

19   An English Journal Article That Made a Difference: A Forum
Compiled by Don Zancanella
24   Editor’s Retrospective
Stephen N. Tchudi, EJ Editor, 1973-80
26   James Moffett’s Legacy to English Journal
Elizabeth Spalding, Damian C. Koshnick, and Miles Myers
34   Editors’ Retrospective
Aileen Pace Nilsen and Kenneth Donelson, EJ Coeditors, 1980-87
36   Debates from the Past, Conversations about Our Future: Exploring the Early Issues of English Journal
Ashley J. Holmes
42    Editors’ Retrospective
Ben F. Nelms, EJ Editor, and Elizabeth Donnell Nelms, EJ Associate Editor,
1987-94
45    Rereading English’s Past and Present through English Journal,
1912 and 2012
Jory Brass
50   Production Editor’s Retrosp ctive
Rona Smith, EJ Production Editor 1989-Present
52   “A Richer, Not a Narrower, Aesthetic”: The Rise of New Criticism
in English Journal
P. L. Thomas
58   Editor’s Retrospective
Leila Christenbury, EJ Editor, 1994-98
60   “What’s  Past Is Prologue”: English Journal Roots of a Performance-Based
Approach to Teaching Shakespeare
Joseph Haughey
66   Editor’s Retrospective
Virginia R. Monseau, EJ Editor, 1998-2003
68   Same as It Ever Was: Enacting the Promise of Teaching, Writing, and New Media
Troy Hicks, Carl A. Young, Sara Kajder, and Bud Hunt
75   Editor’s Retrospective
Louann Reid, EJ Editor, 2003-08
77   Constructions of Students in English Journalfrom 1970 to the Present
Katie Greene and Peggy Albers
84   Editor’s Retrospective
Ken Lindblom, EJ Editor, 2008-13
COLUMNS
86   Mentoring Matters
Open Support and Open Space
Ryan Dippre
89   Research for the Classroom
Becoming Self-Editors: Using Metacognition  to Improve Students’
Grammar Knowledge
Jill Annable
92   Success with ELLs
Make Room for Our Voices: Using Poetry in Professional Development
for Secondary ESL and ELA Teachers
Amanda Nicole Gulla

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