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Rebecca Wheeler, Ph.D.
 
  • Associate Professor in the Department of English and Teacher Education at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia
  • Pioneering work in "codeswitching" (using student vernacular to teach differences between informal and formal language and grammar)
  • Editor, Syntax in the Schools, the quarterly journal of the Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (ATEG), an assembly of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) (2000-2005)
  • Executive Committee, Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (ATEG), an assembly of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), (2000-ongoing).
  • Language Media on the Web Committee of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), Chair (2002-2004).
Her books:
  • Grammar Alive! A Guide for Teachers; with Amy Benjamin, Martha Kolln, and Rebecca Wheeler (NCTE, ISBN: 0814118720)
  • Language Alive in the Classroom (Praeger, ISBN: 0275960560)
  • The Workings of Language: From Prescriptions to Perspectives (Praeger, ISBN: 0275962466)
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