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This essay maps some of the ways in which the professional knowledge of English teaching has been defined and positioned in the present moment in the United States. The first

This essay maps some of the ways in which the professional knowledge of English teaching has been defined and positioned in the present moment in the United States. The first part of the essay traces multidisciplinary shifts in English education/literacy research that have expanded and shifted the discursive boundaries of teacher education and ordered new ways for English educators to understand the English language arts, to structure methods courses, and to fashion themselves as teacher educators.

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    Brass, Jory (2014). English, literacy and neoliberal policies: Mapping a contested moment in the United States. ENGLISH TEACHING-PRACTICE AND CRITIQUE, 13(1), 112-133. http://education.waikato.ac.nz/research/files/etpc/files/2014v13n1art7…

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