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Streetwise: New York City Students Write About the Block By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 4: Narratives from the Students at Manhattan Hub, Mary Mitchell, and Bronx Regional High School By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 4 is the latest installment of an ambitious collaborative literacy project between three schools within New York City’s GED Plus program and Teachers College Columbia... More > University’s Student Press Initiative (SPI). Exploring this book, you will find compelling stories from students writing informed personal essays ranging from critical pieces on media, to personal essays centered on the conflicts of change and immigration. These students worked for more than two months in collaboration with SPI educators and GED Plus teachers to explore their stories in context with the world, to situate themselves within the world, and select one of their stories to focus on for publication. They dove deeply into the writer’s process of drafting and expanding their work, reading and analyzing texts, and editing and honing their words into the poignant essays you see in this powerful anthology.< Less
WEB Curriculum Guide for This Is Where I Need To Be By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 5 By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 5 is born from the continued collaboration between the Student Press Initiative (SPI) at Teachers College, Columbia University and the District 79’s GED Plus ESL programs in the... More > New York City Department of Education. Most of the authors who share their stories in this collection are new immigrants to the USA. They are emerging English speakers and range in ages 17-21. This year the countries represented here are from the South Americas and Sub-Saharan Africa. The spectacular work you’ll find in this collection stems from not only the students’ determination to challenge themselves to tell their stories, but also to hone their written skills, to tell deeper and stronger stories in a new language, and to collaboratively revise, edit and transform their words into publishable narratives.< Less
Speaking Worlds: Oral Histories from the Alternative Education Complex By Student Press Initiative
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Students in New York City public schools speak more than 100 different languages and, according to the 2000 US Census, over 35% of New York residents were born in foreign countries. “Speaking... More > Worlds” is a vibrant five-book set of anthologies that provides a window into the immigrant experience. Written by students at five schools in the GED-Plus program, the books address topics as diverse as their authors, from childhoods in distant climates and cultures to the challenges and daily triumphs of forging new lives in this land of opportunity.< Less
Speaking Worlds: Oral Histories from Jamaica Learning Center By Student Press Initiative
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Students in New York City public schools speak more than 100 different languages and, according to the 2000 US Census, over 35% of New York residents were born in foreign countries. “Speaking... More > Worlds” is a vibrant five-book set of anthologies that provides a window into the immigrant experience. Written by students at five schools in the GED-Plus program, the books address topics as diverse as their authors, from childhoods in distant climates and cultures to the challenges and daily triumphs of forging new lives in this land of opportunity.< Less
Speaking Worlds: Oral Histories from the Linden Learning Center By Student Press Initiative
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Students in New York City public schools speak more than 100 different languages and, according to the 2000 US Census, over 35% of New York residents were born in foreign countries. “Speaking... More > Worlds” is a vibrant five-book set of anthologies that provides a window into the immigrant experience. Written by students at five schools in the GED-Plus program, the books address topics as diverse as their authors, from childhoods in distant climates and cultures to the challenges and daily triumphs of forging new lives in this land of opportunity.< Less
Speaking Worlds: Oral Histories from the Bronx Regional High School By Student Press Initiative
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Students in New York City public schools speak more than 100 different languages and, according to the 2000 US Census, over 35% of New York residents were born in foreign countries. “Speaking... More > Worlds” is a vibrant five-book set of anthologies that provides a window into the immigrant experience. Written by students at five schools in the GED-Plus program, the books address topics as diverse as their authors, from childhoods in distant climates and cultures to the challenges and daily triumphs of forging new lives in this land of opportunity.< Less
Speaking Worlds: Oral Histories from the Tenzer Learning Center By Student Press Initiative
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Students in New York City public schools speak more than 100 different languages and, according to the 2000 US Census, over 35% of New York residents were born in foreign countries. “Speaking... More > Worlds” is a vibrant five-book set of anthologies that provides a window into the immigrant experience. Written by students at five schools in the GED-Plus program, the books address topics as diverse as their authors, from childhoods in distant climates and cultures to the challenges and daily triumphs of forging new lives in this land of opportunity.< Less
Chain of Memories By Student Press Initiative
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If your school were a time capsule, what personal artifact would you place in it? If you had to search your memory for one poignant event to share with future generations, what story would you tell?... More > The 11th grade students at Hoboken/A.J. Demarest High School focused on the concept of time for this year's book project. A time capsule gives the present a chance to communicate with the future—this book contains voices from the year 2010, forever etched within the pages of a book, words that will live on long after the walls crumble.< Less