6 edition of Miss Grundy doesn"t teach here anymore found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Diane Penrod.|
|Series||CrossCurrents, CrossCurrents (Portsmouth, N.H.)|
|LC Classifications||PE1405.U6 M57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||97025941|
Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore. Ed. Diane Penrod. Clippinger, David. "'Only Half Here': Don Delillo's Image of the Writer in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction." Keskinen, Mikko. "The Ghost in the Tape Machine: Posthumous Voice and Residual Presence in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist."Audio Book: Essays on Sound Technologies in. explore contradictions in his teaching experience. Another essay, "Expatriating Students From Their Television Homelands: The Defamiliarization of Pop Culture," appears in Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore (Boynton ). CCC /October
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: Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom (Crosscurrents) (): Diane Penrod: Books. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miss Grundy doesn't teach here anymore.
Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, © InDiane Penrod entitled a collection of essays on education Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore. A episode of I Love Lucy guest-starred Elsa Lancaster (of Bride of Frankenstein fame) as an eccentric woman known only as Mrs.
Grundy; a connection to either, more famous character seems tenuous, at best. Miss Grundy Doesn 't Teach Here Anymore is an anthology designed for practitioners, as Wilson, Herndl, and Simon suggest. As I explain toward the end of the Introduction, the approach taken is to have the writers not just explore anecdotal lore, but to meld the lore with a postmodern theoretical perspective to create a genre I called "theory-lore.".
Miss Grundy doesn’t Miss Grundy doesnt teach here anymore book here anymore: Popular culture and the composition classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. Google ScholarCited by: 2. Ideology and Critique in Composition Studies. Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom "This book should be.
She is reintroduced as "Miss Grundy" in Pep Comics #30 (April ), the no-nonsense homeroom teacher at Riverdale High School, occasionally teaching English and math as well. Her name is derived from Mrs Grundy, a name that has been used to refer to a prudish woman since the early nineteenth century.
Before she became a teacher, she worked at a pickle First appearance: Jackpot Comics #4 (Winter ). In Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: How Popular Culture Has Changed the Composition Studies Classroom Ed.
Diane Penrod (Portsmouth: Heineman-Boynton/Cook, ), pp. * Applen, J.D. "Understanding the Text of America from the Sixties to the Nineties." North Carolina English Teacher. Wilmington, NC.
Summer, pp. It also doesn't help that whenever I hear them talking about 'Miss Grundy' I'm picturing the old version from the comic books. But I get the feeling and i'm really hoping that this storyline won't be around for the whole season, like I feel like they're postponing the classic Betty/Archie/Veronica triangle because they can't just dive into that.
Geraldine Grundy (real name Jennifer Gibson), was a recurring character on The CW's Riverdale. She was portrayed by Sarah Habel. Geraldine was a music teacher at Riverdale High School who began an affair with an underage student, Archie Andrews.
After she was caught for committing statutory rape by Alice Cooper and Fred Andrews, Geraldine quit her job and was Affiliation: Riverdale High School (formerly). Garry Disher, Michael Ondaatje, and the Haptic Eye: Taking a Second Look at Print Literacy “Developing Vernacular Literacies and Multidisciplinary Pedagogies,” in Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom Kostelanetz, Richard, “Book Art,” in Artists' Books: A Critical Anthology and Cited by: 1.
Miss Grundy doesn't teach here anymore popular culture and the composition classroom, Diane Penrod,Education, pages. This book was written to help the growing number of students whom traditional methods don't reach.
—Diane Penrod, Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore 12 Despite having taught English for eight years in an inner-city high school and English Education to pre-service teachers for seven years in two regions of the country, the resistance to the teaching of popular culture and the media in secondary Language Arts classes still puzzles me.
Penrod, Diane, ed. Miss Grundy Doesn’t Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, Phelps, Louise Wetherbee. “The Dance of Discourse.” “Taking the Social Turn: Teaching Writing Post-Process.”.
of composition itself. The four books we discuss here represent a range of issues in cultural studies and writing: pedagogical, institutional, theoretical, and practical. At one extreme, Diane Penrod's Miss Grundy Doesn 't Teach This review emerged from a seminar, Cultural Studies and Rhetoric, at New Mexico State University.
All the while, Miss Grundy is also teaching Archie music in private lessons at the high school. In the end, we find out that Miss Grundy actually isn't Miss Grundy at all, but a woman named. (Editor) Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom, Boynton/Cook Publishers (Portsmouth, NH), Composition and Convergence: The Impact of New Media on Writing Assessment, L.
Erlbaum (Mahwah, NJ), Penrod, Diane. “Pop Goes the Content: Teaching the Ugly and the Ordinary.” Miss Grundy Doesn’t Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition Classroom.
Diane Penrod. Portsmouth: Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc., Print. Selber, Stuart. “Technological Dramas: A Meta-Discourse Heuristic for Critical Literacy.”.
Children’s Literature in Education, Vol. 31, No. 1, W. Garrett-Petts is W. Garrett-Petts Associate Professor of English at the University College of the Cariboo, where he teaches Canadian literature, rhetoric, and Garry Disher, Michael Ondaatje, critical theory.
Co- editor of Textual and the Haptic Eye: Taking a Studies in Canada and coordinator of the. position Forum, and the Journal of Basic Writing and books such as Getting a Life: Every- day Uses of Autobiography, Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore, and The Per- sonal Narrative: Writing Ourselves as Teachers and Scholars.
In books as varied as Left Margins, Reclaiming Pedagogy, Composition and Resistance, Social Issues in the English Classroom, Pedagogy in the Age of Politics, and Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore.Publications. Using Blogs to Enhance Literacy Composition in Convergence. Reading Women's Lives Second Edition.
Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: How Popular Culture Shapes the Composition Classroom.Books under review: Writing Permitted in Designated Areas Only, by Linda Brodkey; Reading Culture: Contexts for Critical Reading and Writing, by Diana George and John Trimbur; Class Issues: Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, and the Public Sphere, edited by Amitava Kmar; Miss Grundy Doesn't Teach Here Anymore: Popular Culture and the Composition.