Education

BA, MA, PhD

Selected Publications


Books and Special Journal Issues

Higgins, C. & Norton, B. (Eds). (2010). Language and HIV/AIDS. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.(pp 267).

Norton, B., & Toohey, K. (Eds). (2004). Critical pedagogies and language learning. New York: Cambridge University Press. (362pp).

Norton, B., & Pavlenko, A. (Eds.). (2004). Gender and English language learners. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications. (200pp).

Kanno, Y., & Norton, B. (Eds.). (2003). Imagined communities and educational possibilities [Special Issue]. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2(4).

Norton, B. (2000). Identity and language learning: Gender, ethnicity and educational change. Harlow, England: Longman/Pearson Education.

Norton, B. (Ed.). (1997). Language and identity [Special issue]. TESOL Quarterly, 31(3).

Articles in Refereed Journals

Norton, B. & Mutonyi, H. (in press). Languaging for life: African students talk back to HIV/AIDS research. Language Policy.

Lee, E., & Norton, B. (2009). The English language, multilingualism, and the politics of locationThe International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 12(3), 277-290.

Tembe, J. & Norton, B. (2008). Promoting local languages in Ugandan primary schools: The community as stakeholderCanadian Modern Language Review, 65(1), 33-60.

Norton, B., & Gao, Y. (2008). Identity, investment, and Chinese learners of EnglishJournal of Asian Pacific Communication, 18(1), 109-120.

Moffatt, L., & Norton, B. (2008). Reading gender relations and sexuality: Preteens speak outCanadian Journal of Education, 31(3), 102-123

Mutonyi, H., & Norton, B. (2007). ICT on the margins: Lessons for Ugandan education [Special Issue on "Digital Literacy in Global Contexts"].Language and Education, 21(3), 264-27

Norton, B., & Mutonyi, H. (2007). "Talk what others think you can't talk": HIV/AIDS clubs as peer education in Ugandan schoolsCompare: A Journal of Comparative Education, 37(4), 479-492.

Jones, S., & Norton, B. (2007). On the limits of sexual health literacy: Insights from Ugandan schoolgirls. Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: An International Journal, 1(4) 285-305.

Kendrick, M., Jones, S., Mutonyi, H., & Norton, B. (2006). Multimodality and English education in Ugandan schools. English Studies in Africa, 49(1), 95-114.

Norton, B. (2006). Identity as a sociocultural construct in second language education. In K.Cadman & K. O'Regan (Eds.), TESOL in Context[Special Issue], 22-33.

Mackie, A., & Norton, B. (2006). Revisiting Pearl Harbor: Resistance to reel and real events in an English language classroomCanadian Journal of Education, 29(1), 223-243.

Norton, B. (2006, Spring). Not an afterthought: Authoring a text on adult ESOL. In C. Roberts & M. Baynham (Eds.), Linguistics and Education [Special Issue], 91-96.

Norton, B. (2005). Towards a model of critical language teacher educationLanguage Issues, 17(1), 12-17.

Moffatt, L., & Norton, B. (2005). Popular culture and the reading teacher: A case for feminist pedagogyCritical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2(1), 1-12.

Norton, B., & Pavlenko, A. (2004). Addressing gender in the ESL/EFL classroomTESOL Quarterly, 38(3), 504-513.

Norton, B., & Kamal, F. (2003). The imagined communities of English language learners in a Pakistani schoolJournal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2(4), 301-307.

Kanno, Y., & Norton, B. (2003). Imagined communities and educational possibilities: IntroductionJournal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2(4), 241-249.

Norton, B. (2003). The motivating power of comic books: Insights from Archie comic readersThe Reading Teacher, 57(2), 140-147.

Kamal, F., & Norton, B. (2002). Forty-five learner perspectives on the Youth Millennium Project: Critical literacy in PakistanContact, 28(2), 70-76.

Norton, B. (2001). When is a teen magazine not a teen magazine? Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 45(4), 296-299.

Norton, B., & Toohey, K. (2001). Changing perspectives on good language learnersTESOL Quarterly, 35(2), 307-322.

Norton, B., & Stewart, G. (1999). Accountability in language assessment of adult immigrantsCanadian Modern Language Review, 56(2), 223-244.

Norton, B. (1998). Rethinking acculturation in second language acquisitionPROSPECT: Australian Journal of TESOL Associations, 13(2), 4-19.

Norton. B., & Starfield, S. (1997). Covert language assessment in academic writingLanguage Testing, 14(3), 278-294.

Norton, B. (1997). Language, identity, and the ownership of EnglishTESOL Quarterly, 31(3), 409-429.

Norton Peirce, B., & Ridge S. G. (1997). Multilingualism in Southern Africa. In W. Grabe (Ed.), Annual Review of Applied Linguistics (pp. 170-190). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norton Peirce, B., & Stewart, (1997). The development of the Canadian Language Benchmarks AssessmentTESL Canada Journal, 14(2), 17-31.

Norton Peirce, B. (1996). Computer conferencing and academic literacy: Lessons from Sam's CafeSouthern African Journal of Applied Language Studies, 4(1), 57-87.

Harper, H., Norton Peirce, B., & Burnaby, B. (1996). English-in-the-workplace for garment workers: A feminist project? Gender and Education 8(1), 5-19.

Norton Peirce, B. (1995). The theory of methodology in qualitative researchTESOL Quarterly, 29(3), 569-576.

Norton Peirce, B., & Stein, P. (1995). Why the "Monkeys Passage" bombed: Tests, genres, and teachingHarvard Educational Review, 65(1), 50-65.

Norton Peirce, B. (1995). Social identity, investment, and language learningTESOL Quarterly, 29(1), 9-31.

Norton Peirce, B. (1994). Using diaries in second language research and teachingEnglish Quarterly, 26(3), 22-29.

Norton Peirce, B., Harper, H., & Burnaby, B. (1993). Workplace ESL at Levi Strauss: "Dropouts" speak outTESL Canada Journal, 10(2), 9-30.

Norton Peirce, B., Swain, M., & Hart, D. (1993). Self-assessment, French immersion, and locus of control. Applied Linguistics, 14(1), 25-42.

Norton Peirce, B. (1992). Demystifying the TOEFL reading testTESOL Quarterly, 26(4), 665-691.

Norton Peirce, B. (1989). Toward a pedagogy of possibility in the teaching of English internationally: People's English in South Africa.TESOL Quarterly, 23(3), 401-420.

Chapters in Books

Norton, B. (in press). Language and identity. In N. Hornberger & S. McKay (Eds). Sociolinguistics and language education. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Norton, B. & McKinney, C. (in press). Identity and Second Language Acquisition. In D. Atkinson (Ed). Alternative approaches to Second Language Acquisition. New York: Routledge

Higgins, C. & Norton, B. (2010). Applied linguistics, local knowledge, and HIV/AIDS. In C. Higgins & B. Norton (Eds.) Language and HIV/AIDS. (pp. 1-19).Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Jones, S. & Norton, B. (2010). Uganda's ABC program on HIV/AIDS prevention: A discursive site of struggle. In C. Higgins & B. Norton (Eds.)Language and HIV/AIDS. (pp. 155-170). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Hawkins, M., & Norton, B. (2009). Critical language teacher education. In A. Burns & J. Richards (Eds.), Cambridge guide to second language teacher education. (pp. 30-39). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Norton, B. (2008). Identity, language learning, and critical pedagogies. In J. Cenoz & N. H. Hornberger (Eds.), Encyclopedia of language and education, Volume 6: Knowledge about Language (2nd ed.) (pp. 45-59). Springer Science.

McKinney, C., & Norton, B. (2008). Identity in language and literacy education. In B. Spolsky & F. Hult (Eds.), The handbook of educational linguistics.(pp. 192-205)Blackwell.

Pavlenko, A., & Norton, B. (2007). Imagined communities, identity, and English language learning. In J. Cummins & C. Davison (Eds.),International handbook of English language teaching (pp. 669-680). New York: Springer.

Norton, B. (2006). Identity: Second language. In K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, Vol. 5 (2nd ed.) (pp. 502-507). Oxford, England: Elsevier.

Norton, B. (2005). A portrait of literacy from the Youth Millennium Project. In J. Anderson, M. Kendrick, T. Rogers, & S. Smythe (Eds.),Portraits of literacy across families, communities, and schools: Intersections and tensions (pp. 225-239). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Norton, B. (2005). Transnational research in critical literacy: Implications for Uganda. In K. Parry, S. Andema, & L. Tumusiime (Eds.),Teaching reading in African schools (pp. 25-40). Uganda, Africa: Fountain Publishers.

Norton, B., & Toohey, K. (2004). Introduction. In B.Norton & K. Toohey (Eds.), Critical pedagogies and language learning (pp. 1-17). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norton, B., & Vanderheyden, K. (2004). Comic book culture and second language learners. In B. Norton & K. Toohey (Eds.), Critical pedagogies and language learning (pp. 201-221). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norton, B., & Pavlenko, A. (2004). Gender and English language learners: Challenges and possibilities. In B. Norton & A. Pavlenko (Eds.),Gender and English language learners (pp. 1-12). Alexandria, VA: TESOL publications.

Norton, B., & Stein, P. (2004). Why the "monkeys passage" bombed: Tests, genres, and teaching. In S. Anderson, P. Attwood, & L. Howard (Eds.), Facing racism in education (pp. 77-93). Harvard Educational Review Reprint Series No. 39 [reprinted article].

Toohey, K., & Norton, B. (2003). Learner autonomy as agency in sociocultural settings. In D. Palfreyman & R. Smith (Eds.), Learner autonomy across cultures: Language education perspectives (pp. 58-72). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lee, E., & Norton, B. (2003). Demystifying publishing: A collaborative exchange between graduate student and supervisor. In C. Casanave & S. Vandrick (Eds.), Writing for publication: Behind the scenes in language education (pp. 17-38). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Norton, B. (2003). Bonny Norton responds: On critical theory and classroom practice. In J. Sharkey & K. Johnson (Eds.), The TESOL Quarterly dialogues: Rethinking issues of language, culture, and power (pp. 69-73). Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.

Norton, B., & Toohey, K. (2002). Identity and language learning. In R. B. Kaplan (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of applied linguistics (pp. 115-123). New York: Oxford University Press.

Jung, S. K., & Norton, B. (2002). Language planning in Korea: The new elementary English program. In J. Tollefson (Ed.), Language policies in education: Critical issues (pp. 245-265). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Norton, B. (2001). Non-participation, imagined communities, and the language classroom. In M. Breen (Ed.), Learner contributions to language learning: New directions in research (pp. 159-171). Harlow, England: Pearson Education.

Norton, B., & Stein, P. (2001). Why the "Monkeys Passage" bombed: Tests, genres, and teaching. In S. Beck & L. Olah (Eds.), Perspectives on language and literacy: Beyond the here and now (pp. 419-434). Harvard Educational Review Reprint Series N. 35 [reprinted].

Norton, B. (2000). Writing assessment: Language, meaning, and marking memoranda. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Fairness and validation in language assessment (pp. 20-29). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norton, B. (2000). Investment, acculturation, and language loss. In S. McKay & S. L. C. Wong (Eds.), English language learners in the United States: A resource for teachers (pp. 443-461). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norton, B. (1998). Using journals in second language research and teaching. In T. Smoke (Ed.), Adult ESL: Politics, pedagogy, and participation in classroom and community contexts (pp. 55-71). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates [reprinted].

Norton, B., & Stein, P. (1998). Why the "monkeys passage" bombed: Tests, genres, and teaching. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Validation in language assessment (pp. 231-249). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates [reprinted].

Norton, B. (1997). Critical discourse research. In N. Hornberger & D. Corson (Eds.), The encyclopedia of language and education: Vol. 8, Research methods in language and education (pp. 207-216). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Norton, B. (1997). Accountability in language assessment. In C. Clapham & D. Corson (Eds.), The encyclopedia of language and education: Vol. 7, Language testing and assessment (pp. 313-322). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Norton Peirce, B. (1995). Learning the hard way: Maria's story. In B. Kanpol & P. McLaren (Eds.), Critical multiculturalism: Uncommon voices in a common struggle (pp. 165-176). Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Norton Peirce, B. (1994). The test of English as a foreign language: Developing items for reading comprehension. In C. Hill & K. Parry (Eds.),From testing to assessment: English as an international language (pp. 39-60). Harlow, England: Longman.

Burnaby, B., Harper, H., & Norton Peirce. B. (1992). English in the workplace: An employer's concerns. In B. Burnaby & A. Cumming (Eds.),Socio-political aspects of ESL education in Canada (pp. 304-329). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: OISE Press.

Norton Peirce, B. (1989/92). Toward a pedagogy of possibility in the teaching of English internationally: People's English in South Africa. In P. Shannon (Ed.), Becoming political: Readings and writings in the politics of literacy education. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. [Reprinted].

Projects

Teaching

Winter 09/10 - Term 2
LLED 480B/LLED 565D - Advanced Studies in Language and Literacy Education - Literacy and International Development