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  1. Professional Development | Grades   K – 8  |  Professional Library  |  Journal
    Codeswitching: Tools of Language and Culture Transform the Dialectally Diverse Classroom
    This article shows how to affirm and draw on the dialect diversity of students to foster the learning of Standard English.
  2. Professional Development | Grades   K – 8  |  Professional Library  |  Journal
    Different Texts, Different Emergent Writing Forms
    Examines young children's ability to vary the forms of emergent writing as they wrote a story, a shopping list, and a letter to a friend at three different times during the school year. Finds that children apply their emergent knowledge about written language differently. Indicates a considerable mismatch between written products and knowledge of genre characteristics.
  3. Professional Development | Grades   3 – 8  |  Professional Library  |  Book
    Guided Comprehension in Grades 3-8
    This book has everything you need to use the Guided Comprehension Model effectively with students in in upper elementary and middle school.
  4. Professional Development | Grades   K – 12  |  Professional Library  |  Position Statement
    NCTE Position Statement on Reading
    In order to make sure that all individuals have access to the personal pleasures and intellectual benefits of full literacy, NCTE created the NCTE Position Statement on Reading in February of 1999.
  5. Professional Development | Grades   K – 8  |  Professional Library  |  Journal
    The (Un)Making of a Reader
    Through looking critically at the underpinnings of "story mapping, a teacher uncovers a contradiction between the author's definition of reading as a constructive process and the reductionist nature of story mapping, which she shows inhibits students' potential to explore a diverse range of personal responses by promoting comprehension over response, uniformity over diversity, and control over freedom.