Directory of language and literature resources for high school level students.
Announcement of calls for papers for conference presentations, scholarly journal articles and edited anthologies in the fields surrounding English departments.
Includes world, American, and British literature resources, as well as Advanced Placement materials for high school teachers and students.
Formed to research and explore emerging how e-textualities such as e-mail, listservers, hypertext, MOOs, change the use of English, composition and other disciplines.
Sound files and pronunciation guide for more than 2,200 names of people, groups, places, and things in the news around the world.
Mailing list for discussion of plural forms of words, and announcements of new discoveries. Archives and subscription information.
Information and printable practice exercises on nouns and verbs, from the book series.
Provides references to resources for HEL (history of the English language) the IPA, grammar, and homeschool materials. Private tutoring and lessons are also available.
Thoreau and Emerson, both transcendentalists, stressed the interrelatedness of all things.
A resource for literacy and oracy through story in schools in the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands. Tellings use puppets, mask, mime and particpation. Support materials provided.