The Montana English Journal (MEJ) is the annual publication of the Montana Association of Teachers of English Language Arts (MATELA), an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). The editors welcome articles of interest to their primary audience--teachers of English K-16 in the state of Montana.
Please consider submitting your original work, including:
- REPORTS--Research studies, including institutional research approved by the home institution;
- CURRICULUM--Daily lesson plans, units, or curriculum designs with underlying philosophy cross-referenced to relevant Common Core Standards;
- LITERARY REVIEWS--In-depth essays on one or more works (books, films, software, websites); and
- TEACHER AS ARTIST--Original prose, poetry art, and photography.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Volume: Volume 40 (2017)
Hold Steady in the Wind: Reclaiming the Writing Workshop
Sheryl A. Lain Ms.
Refueling through Scholarship, Student Authors, and Curricular Connections
Allison Wynhoff Olsen, Aaron Yost, Katie Duncan, Emily Nelson, and Hali Kirby-Ertel
Teaching Punctuation: Seventh Graders, Mentor Texts, and Commas
Tara Berg and Ann M. Ellsworth
Writing Coaches of Montana: Providing In-class Support to Middle and High School Writers
Beverly Ann Chin Ph.D and Catherine Filardi Ph.D
Tim Tingle: Choctaw Author, Storyteller, and Cultural Ambassador
Joyce Herbeck 5798005