English Journal

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English Journal  
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DisciplineEnglish language arts for middle and high school
LanguageEnglish
Edited byJulie Gorlewski
Publication details
Publication history
1912-present
Publisher
Frequencybimonthly
Standard abbreviations
Engl. J.
Indexing
ISSN0013-8274
LCCN2004-235660
JSTOR00138274
OCLC no.1325886
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English Journal (previously The English Journal) is the official publication of the Secondary Education section of the American National Council of Teachers of English. The peer-reviewed journal has been published since 1912 and features columns and articles on all aspects of the teaching of English language arts at middle schools and junior and senior high schools.

In 1939, the journal College English was spun off from The English Journal to address the needs of teaching English language arts at the college level.

Currently (2016), the journal's editor is Dr. Julie A. Gorlewski of Virginia Commonwealth University. Its content is accessible electronically via ERIC, ProQuest, and JSTOR, and is indexed by the MLA.

Regular features include articles on pedagogy, literature, ELL issues, and educational technology.[1] The journal also accepts poetry submissions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palmeri, Jason; McCorkle, Ben (2017-01-15). "A Distant View of English Journal, 1912-2012".

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