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Edwards-Cooper 1 Jalon Edwards-Cooper Professor Tawnya Smith English 1302 November 15, 2016 Annotated Bibliography Andrews, Joe W. "Coaching English." The English Journal 55.8 (1966): 1079-1079, 1097. Web. Nov. 2016. This article talks about relating English and sports together. The different paragraphs labeled in the article for example relaxation and exhibition, gives you a feeling as if you were about to play a game. It relates sports and English by using the different parts of sports to get across its point in teaching English. For instance, an exhibition is where you go out and perform to win a game but as for English its where you perform on your test and use what you have been coached to do in English class. Baker, W. Douglas. "When English Language Arts, Basketball, and Poetry Collide." The English Journal 96.5 (2007): 37-41. Web. Nov. 2016. This article talks mostly about how basketball, literature, and poetry can collide. Basketball has many different forms of literacy that you wouldn’t even know about. Behind the scenes inside of film study there are a lot of different types of communication going on. It talks about the collision points that they have and how they affect each other. It shows how one can help another and also relate at times. It discusses its learning points by giving many examples leading to a collision point.
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Edwards-Cooper 2 Barton, D, & Hamilton, M. “Literacy Practices.” Situated Literacies: Reading and Writing in Context. Ed. D. Barton & M. Hamilton & R. Ivanic. New York: Routledge, 2010. (7-15). Barton and Hamilton wrote about literacy events and practices. They believe the literacy is more than reading and writing and can be found in social practices. Literacy practices are how people use literacy. Literacy
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