- Wed. Jan. 4 AM: Narratives in education
- Bruce Fehn. 2007. Composing visual history: Using powerpoint slideshows to explore historical narrative. International Journal of Social Education, 22 (1), 43-67. Google article title and go through ERIC.
- Wed. Jan. 4 PM: (N204) Visual history concluded. Novel study: Framing the anchor text with setup pieces. The Lord of the Flies.
- Fri. Jan. 6: The making of national and curricular stories
- Laura Elizabeth Pinto. 2007. Textbook publishing, textbooks, and democracy: A case study. Journal of Thought, (Spring-Summer), 99-121.
Johnston. English Language Arts, citizenship and National Identity.
- ELA Guide to Implementation, pp.5-15.
- ELA Guide to Implementation, pp. 103-110.
- Mon. Jan.9: The SS story of citizenship and identifying and using counter stories in ELA
- Jennifer Tupper. 2009. Unsafe water, stolen sisters, and social studies. Teacher Education Quarterly, Winter, 77-94. Google title and go through ERIC.
- James A. Banks, “The canon debate, knowledge construction, and multicultural education,” Educational Researcher (22) 5, 4-14.
- Wed. Jan. 11 AM: Storytelling
- Who gets to tell the stories?
- Thomas King. 2012. Forget Columbus (chapter 1). In The inconvenient Indian: A curious account of native people in North America (pp. 1-20). Anchor Canada.
Developing counter-narratives to media stories: Michelle Stack and
Deirdre M. Kelly. 2006. Popular Media, Education, and Resistance. Canadian Journal of Education, 29 (1), 5-26.
- Wed. Jan. 11 PM: (N204)
- Elish-Piper, L., Wold, L.S. & Schwingendorf, K. (2014). Students’ Reading of Complex Texts Using Linked Text Sets. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 57(7) 565–574.
- ELA Guide to Implementation, pp. 35-55.
- Mon. Jan. 16: What do we do with the stories we have? Canadian myths and literature
- Daniel Francis. National Dreams: Myth, memory, and Canadian history. Available electronically through King’s library. Read the Introduction plus EITHER
- Michael Valpy. 2007. “Vimy Ridge: The making of a myth” in Globe and Mail (Google title) AND J. Sheppard. 2007. “Michael Valpy on the making of the Vimy myth” in Globe and Mail, April 9 (Google title).
- Canadian literary panacea or ? Michael Keren. 2008. "A Canadian Alternative to the ‘Clash of Civilizations’." International Journal of Canadian Studies / Revue internationale d’études canadiennes, 37, p. 41-55.
- Wed. Jan. 18 AM: Photo narrative presentations
- Wed. Jan. 18 PM: (N211) Difficult stories: Controversial books and issues
E. Hess. 2002. Discussing controversial public issues in secondary
social studies classrooms: Learning from skilled teachers. Theory and Research in Social Education, (30) 1, 10-41.
- Fanetti, S. (2012). A Case for Cultivating Controversy: Teaching Challenged Books in K–12 Classrooms. ALAN Review 40(1).
- ELA Guide to Implementation, pp. 103-110.
- Fri. Jan. 20: Another layer to stories: Religion in the classroom
- Warren A. Nord. 2005. Chapter 11, Religion, spirituality, and education in a (not entirely) secular culture. In Gateways to Spirituality: Pre-school through grade twelve,
pp. 184-215. Go to King’s library, choose E-Resources at King’s and
then choose Education Research Complete data base. Type author’s full
name in the search bar and scroll down until you get this entry. It’s a
bit long so scan the article deeply enough so that you understand his
- Anne Kingston. 2012. Veils: who we to judge?
Maclean’s. Google title – make sure you open the link to “Veils: who
are we to judge? – Macleans.ca”.
- Religious meaning in
literary texts: Smith, D. I. (2004). The poet, the child and the
blackbird: aesthetic reading and spiritual development. International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 9(2), 143-154.
- Mon. Jan. 23: Whose story isn’t being told
- Jennifer Tupper. 2005. We interrupt this moment: Education and the teaching of history.Canadian Social Studies, 39 (2).
- Nicholas Ng-A-Fook & Robin Milne. 2014. Unsettling our narrative encounters within and outside of Canadian social studies. Canadian Social Studies, 47 (2), 88-109.
- Incorporating indigenous writing: TBA
- Wed. Jan. 25: The many stories in a classroom: Multiculturalism and global education
- Case, chapter 17 (The anthology of social studies, your text for EDUC 330)
hospitality in ELA: Johnston, I. (1999). Postcolonial literature and
the policies of representation in school programs. Interchange 1(22), 11-25.
- Fri. Jan. 27: How will your story impact your teaching?
- Sarah Elizabeth Barrett. 2015. The impact of religious beliefs on professional ethics: A case study of a new teacher. Canadian Journal of Education, (38) 3.
- Suggested: Carla Peck. 2014 (March 19). Historical thinking and teacher professional development: The poor cousin of curriculum reform.
Found at: http://activehistory.ca/2014/
- Smith, D. I. (2007). Misreading Through the Eyes of Faith: Christian Students' Reading Strategies as Interlanguage. Journal of Education and Christian Belief, 11(2), 53-66.