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Related Resources on Composition and the Climate Crisis

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Resources on teaching writing about the climate crisis

 

David Bowne's "Natural Process" story as a climate change allegory to foster critical thinking 

 

Ann Burke, Michigan State University, 2019 NCTE presentation
FYW Student's Writings about Climate Change are Informed by Local and Global Representations

 

Jill Dahlman, Independent Scholar, 2019 NCTE presentation

Sustainability in the First Year Composition: Making Change from Within

 

Toby Kahn-Loftus, North Central Michigan College, 2019 NCTE presentation

Integrating CliFi Literature into Genre Studies and Scared Writing in First Year College Composition


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llen Webb, Western Michigan University, 
2019 NCTE presentation

Writing Climate Change Manifestos NOT Building Walls and Demonizing Refugees

 

Blaine Smith, University of Arizona, 2018 NCTE Presentation, 

Middle School Students Composing Multimodal SiFI Narratives

 

Blaine Smith, University of Arizona, and Ji Shen, University of Miami, 2018 LRA presentation

Adolescents Creating Digital Multimodal Science Fictions about Climate Change

 

Patricia Hans, Ridgewood High School, N.J., 2018 NCTE presentation

Rewriting the World in the English Classroom through Writing Nonfiction

 

Russ Mayo, Purdue University, Northwest, 2018 NCTE Presentation

Writing Sustainability: Bridging Ecoliteracy Research and Composition

 

Richard Beach, University of Minnesota, 2018 NCTE presentation

Climate Change and Writing

 

Lindsay Ellis, Governors State University, 2018 NCTE presentation

"Writing Utopias to Resist the Environmental Status Quo"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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