“All-American Boys, The Hate U Give, and The Great Gatsby: The Process and Product of Multi-Genre in a High School English Methods Course” explains the process of teaching an eight-week multi-genre project to a high school English methods class and within the process highlights student’s representative examples. The cumulative assignment in the course aims to have a digital multi-genre project that they can serve as an exemplar to support their writing instruction as first-year teachers the following year. Bridging the author's voice with the student's voice, the MGP enhances student writing by showing that reading and writing can be relevant to their own lives and a powerful tool for self-expression.
Cancienne, Mary Beth; Coleman, Bria; Gilliam, Kailyn; and Gooden, Kristina
"All-American Boys, The Hate U Give, and The Great Gatsby: The Process and Product of Multi-Genre in a High School English Methods Course,"
Virginia English Journal: Vol. 71:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bridgewater.edu/vej/vol71/iss1/4