Zek
Title Zek PDF eBook
Author Arthur Longworth
Publisher
Pages 186
Release 2016-06-09
Genre Fiction
ISBN 9780997029901

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Zek is the story of Jonny: a man broken off and doing time in an eastern Washington state prison. Zek lays bare the brutality of a life spent behind bars. It is naked. It is ugly. And it is beautiful.



Prison Pedagogies
Title Prison Pedagogies PDF eBook
Author Joe Lockard
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Pages 294
Release 2018-07-20
Genre Social Science
ISBN 0815654286

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In a time of increasing mass incarceration, US prisons and jails are becoming a major source of literary production. Prisoners write for themselves, fellow prisoners, family members, and teachers. However, too few write for college credit. In the dearth of well-organized higher education in US prisons, noncredit programs established by colleges and universities have served as a leading means of informal learning in these settings. Thousands of teachers have entered prisons, many teaching writing or relying on writing practices when teaching other subjects. Yet these teachers have few pedagogical resources. This groundbreaking collection of essays provides such a resource and establishes a framework upon which to develop prison writing programs. Prison Pedagogies does not champion any one prescriptive approach to writing education but instead recognizes a wide range of possibilities. Essay subjects include working-class consciousness and prison education; community and literature writing at different security levels in prisons; organized writing classes in jails and juvenile halls; cultural resistance through writing education; prison newspapers and writing archives as pedagogical resources; dialogical approaches to teaching prison writing classes; and more. The contributors within this volume share a belief that writing represents a form of intellectual and expressive self-development in prison, one whose pursuit has transformative potential.



Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison
Title Critical Perspectives on Teaching in Prison PDF eBook
Author Rebecca Ginsburg
Publisher Routledge
Pages 278
Release 2019-05-14
Genre Education
ISBN 1351215841

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This volume makes a case for engaging critical approaches for teaching adults in prison higher education (or “college-in-prison”) programs. This book not only contextualizes pedagogy within the specialized and growing niche of prison instruction, but also addresses prison abolition, reentry, and educational equity. Chapters are written by prison instructors, currently incarcerated students, and formerly incarcerated students, providing a variety of perspectives on the many roadblocks and ambitions of teaching and learning in carceral settings. All unapologetic advocates of increasing access to higher education for people in prison, contributors discuss the high stakes of teaching incarcerated individuals and address the dynamics, conditions, and challenges of doing such work. The type of instruction that contributors advocate is transferable beyond prisons to traditional campus settings. Hence, the lessons of this volume will not only support readers in becoming more thoughtful prison educators and program administrators, but also in becoming better teachers who can employ critical, democratic pedagogy in a range of contexts.



Concrete Mama
Title Concrete Mama PDF eBook
Author John A. McCoy
Publisher University of Washington Press
Pages 232
Release 2018-12-26
Genre History
ISBN 0295743999

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Journalists John McCoy and Ethan Hoffman spent four months inside the walls of the Washington State Penitentiary at Walla Walla in 1978, just as Washington, once a leader in prison reform, abandoned its focus on reform and rehabilitation and returned to cell time and punishment. It was a brutal transition. McCoy and Hoffman roamed the maximum-security compound almost at will, observing and befriending prisoners and guards. The result is a striking depiction of a community in which there was little to do, much to fear, and a culture that both mimicked and scorned the outside world. McCoy�s unadorned prose and Hoffman�s stunning black-and-white photographs offer as authentic a portrayal of life in the Big House as �outsiders� are ever likely to experience. Originally published in 1981, Concrete Mama revealed a previously unseen stark and complex world of life on the inside, for which it won the Washington State Book Award. Long unavailable yet still relevant, it is revitalized in a second edition with an introduction by scholar Dan Berger that provides historical context for the book's ongoing resonance, along with several previously unpublished photographs.



Congressional Record
Title Congressional Record PDF eBook
Author United States. Congress
Publisher
Pages 1316
Release 1971
Genre Law
ISBN

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)



American Farmers' Magazine
Title American Farmers' Magazine PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 84
Release 1856
Genre Agriculture
ISBN

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Worth a Thousand Words
Title Worth a Thousand Words PDF eBook
Author Bette D. Ammon
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Pages 227
Release 1996-09-15
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 0313090130

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This guide provides a single-source, comprehensive listing of a fascinating and helpful group of books-picture books for older readers. A multitude of ideas about how to use them in the classroom supplements this list of carefully selected quality fiction and nonfiction books that focuses on universal themes, appeals to all ages, addresses important issues, and is accessible to multiple learning styles. Picture books aren't just for the very young. Innovative educators and parents have used them for years with readers of all ages and reading levels, knowing that students comprehend more from the visual-verbal connections these books offer. They are great tools for teaching visual literacy and writing skills; are effective with reluctant readers, ESL students, and those reading below grade level; and can easily be used to support various curriculum. This guide provides a single-source, comprehensive listing of a fascinating and helpful group of books and a multitude of ideas about how to use them in the classroom. The authors have carefully selected quality fiction and nonfiction that focus on universal themes, appeal to all ages, treat important issues, and are accessible to multiple learning styles.