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Taylor Stoehr

Dorchester Men's Program

Taylor Stoehr helped found the Dorchester District Court program for Changing Lives Through Literature in 1994 and has taught in it twice a year since then. He has also taught several semesters in a similar program for juveniles in Dorchester.

A Professor of English Literature at the University of Massachusetts Boston, he is the author of half-a-dozen books on various cultural and literary topics and editor of many volumes of the works of Paul Goodman and George Dennison, for whom he is literary executor. Professor Stoehr is currently writing a book about Changing Lives Through Literature.

Essay: Enforcing the Rules
Essay: In the Long Shadow of Schooling
Essay: Kinds of Literacy
Essay: Not Another Failure Experience Please!
Follow a Program: Paradigm for the Dorchester District Court Men's Program
Other Programs: Report on Juvenile Programs as Presented at a 2004 CLTL Conference
Others Programs: Dorchester Juvenile Programs: an Overview
Teaching Strategies: Choosing a Core Text
Teaching Strategies: Role of the Judge in the CLTL Classroom
Teaching Strategies: Speaking Up
Teaching Strategies: Writing as Dialogue between Student and Teacher
Teaching Specific Texts: Autobiography of Malcolm X
Teaching Specific Texts: Black Boy
Teaching Specific Texts: Bus Ride to Freedom
Teaching Specific Texts: The Head-Gardener's Story
Teaching Specific Texts: Last Judgement
Teaching Specific Texts: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave
Teaching Specific Texts: Notch
Teaching Specific Texts: Second Wind

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