Literacy Research

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    “Restorying” Students With Negative Reputations Through Literacy

    Sometimes a student needs 'restorying' for success.
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    Addressing the CCSS for Kindergarten in Developmentally Appropriate Ways, Part Two

    Part two of Nell K. Duke's rebuttal to a recent Common Core criticism.
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    Addressing the CCSS for Kindergarten in Developmentally Appropriate Ways, Part I

    Do Common Core Standards demand worksheet and drills?

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    Reclaiming the Classroom With Engaged Reading

    Bring reluctant readers in with authentic engagement.

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    Reading Research Inspires Summer Book Bus

    Abington Elementary School slowed the summer slide with a summer book bus.

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    Bringing Low Reading Achievement Into Focus

    How can educators help low-achieving readers after third grade?
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    Part Two: When Texts Are Too Complex

    Part two of two blogs on what to do when text complexity stymies students.

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    What's a Teacher to Do When a Complex Text is Too Difficult for Some Readers?

    Part one of two about the challenges of text complexity.

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    Never Underestimate the Power of Popular Culture

    Engaging with movies, video games, and the like can be a powerful classroom tool.
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    Hidden Strengths of Emerging Bilingual Readers

    In a recent study, children who appeared to have minimal comprehension of English texts when they were required to discuss these texts in English, revealed rich comprehension when they were allowed to talk about the texts using their native Spanish.
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