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The Two-Year College English Association (TYCA)

TYCA unites teachers committed to the teaching and study of English in the two-year college, to advancing the profession, and providing a national voice for the two-year college in postsecondary education.

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Research and Scholarship in the Two-Year College

The teacher-scholar is the faculty member for whom teaching is informed both by reflective practice and the application of the best theoretical approaches.

Guidelines for the Academic Preparation of Two-Year College English Faculty

The Two-Year College English Association of the National Council of Teachers of English developed the following document to give guidelines for the academic preparation of two-year college English faculty.

TYCA Research Initiative Committee

Reports and current projects from the TYCA Research Initiative Committee. *Update: View and download the 2005 TYCA TWO-YEAR COLLEGE FACTS AND DATA REPORT*
TYCA Regionals
TYCA (Two-Year College English Association) Regional Conventions

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Two Year College Books
Performance Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare
Rocklin explores how performance enriches students' understanding of Shakespeare's plays, with a focus on Taming of the Shrew, Richard III, and Hamlet.
Teaching Literature as Reflective Practice
This book speaks to all those teachers who teach the �gen ed� literature course that their students must take to complete a general education or core curriculum requirement.
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