The Journal of Folklore and Education announced the release of its new volume, “Creative Texts | Creative Traditions.” The volume features case studies, lesson plans, and research that use folklore’s values of context, candor, use, imagination, and love to help students to craft text with authentic purpose and consequences.
The strategies offer readers opportunities to consider how the merely personal can contain the universal, how to make genuine connections, how to work toward equity, or how to strengthen social bonds.
The issue includes 20+ illustrated articles featuring diverse case studies, lesson plans, and research, readers will find beautiful, necessary, and practical strategies for engaging creative texts, traditions, and arts. There are also reviews of recent texts and digital resources.
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