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A Call to Action: What We Know About Adolescent Literacy and Ways to Support Teachers in Meeting Students' Needs

Grades   5 – 12  |  Professional Library

A Call to Action: What We Know About Adolescent Literacy and Ways to Support Teachers in Meeting Students' Needs

This document provides a research-based resource that acknowledges the complexities of reading as a developmental process and addresses the needs of secondary readers and their teachers.

 

Grades   K – 8  |  Professional Library

Inquiry at the Window: The Year of the Birds

This science inquiry in a fourth-grade classroom affirms the importance of observation, questioning, reading, and writing to the inquiry process.

 

Poets in Practice

Grades   K – 6  |  Professional Library

Poets in Practice

This article discusses the need to engage students and teachers in active poetry writing.

 

Supporting Phonemic Awareness Development in the Classroom

Grades   K – 2  |  Professional Library

Supporting Phonemic Awareness Development in the Classroom

Support literacy development through playful and appealing activities that focus on the sound structure of language.

 

"It's Our World Too": Socially Responsive Learners in Middle School Language Arts

Grades   6 – 9  |  Professional Library

"It's Our World Too": Socially Responsive Learners in Middle School Language Arts

This book is a valuable resource for middle school teachers who want to use significant social issues such as race, class, and poverty to invigorate their teaching of literacy and communication skills.