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  • Disciplinary Literacy Strategies in Content Area Classes

    Use the five-phase self-coaching model to get the most out of your professional development.
    August 03, 2015
  • Handbook of Reading Research, Volume IV

    Book description, bibliographic details, and ordering information
    August 12, 2015
  • Understanding Power and Fear: School Integration in the South (1954–1964)

    Secondary students explore four central ideas to build comprehension of expository text on school integration.
    August 12, 2015
  • Reading Resources from IRA President Maureen McLaughlin

    Reading Resources from IRA President Maureen McLaughlin, As a supplement to her "President's Message" column about read-alouds, recreational reading, and round robin reading in the August/September issue of Reading Today, IRA President Maureen McLaughlin, is an addendum to an article from the August/September 2013 issue of Reading Today. IRA members can read, ! Literacy History Prompts from Maureen McLaughlin New Common Core Books from McLaughlin and Overturf Join the International Reading Association
    September 24, 2013
  • Megan Miranda (FRACTURE) Says 'Yes' to Learning Across Boundaries

    liked the material. But in history, I mostly just memorized the information I needed in order, . Regardless of the reason, I started high school and suddenly found myself looking forward to history, in language, and art in history. Subjects are not so strictly defined, and neither are we. It was my, in American history, my teacher asked me if I had heard about the influenza outbreak of 1918, which is how I ended up writing a paper on how the most deadly pandemic in American history affected said
    January 07, 2013
  • Authors: IRA Paul A. Witty Short Story Award Deadline is November 15

    by Elizabeth Bleacher The International Reading Association (IRA) Paul A. Witty Short Story Award, and important events in history. Her favorite aspect of writing nonfiction is the extensive research that her topics require. She also likes the challenge of making history interesting for children. More information about the application process can be found on the International Reading Association’s website. Elizabeth Bleacher is the strategic communications intern at the International Reading
    October 18, 2012
  • Chapter 5 of Book 831

    ) and the special requirements for performing well in reading in content domains such as history, assessment focuses on two interrelated history reading goals, or performances: (1) Students read, Reading History Text, Using Cues to Determine Source Text Status, and Evaluating Text, relate directly to the reading standards for lit- eracy in history/social studies in grades 6–12, and the intent to read text critically are key aspects of reading history that are goals
    July 29, 2015
  • Exploring Colonial America: Teaching History Through Literacy for Grade 6 Using the GAUGE Strategy

    GAUGE comprehension strategy facili¬tates students’ thinking about their reading.
    August 03, 2015
  • Connections to Common Core State Standards:: A PD Guide for Developing Readings in the Academic Disciplines

    Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects 6–12, p. 62 History, p. 49 Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies 6–12, p. 61 Of Mice and Men excerpt, p. 50 Reading, Standards From the CCSS History and the Social Studies, pp. 92–97 Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies 6–12, p. 61 Science, pp. 97–101 Reading Standards for Literacy, for Literacy in History/Social Studies 6–12, p. 61 Arts and Humanities, pp. 115–117 Reading Standards
    July 29, 2015
  • Expand Your Classroom Boundaries through Virtual Field Trips

    for your students by providing access to art, science, and history museums around the world. When, as part of an amphibian unit in science? You can visit the American Museum of Natural History site, and History-Chicago site to learn more about the U-505 that was part of a U-boat campaign that almost, More About VFTs You can learn more about the world of virtual field trips by reading these articles, students access to museums, geographical regions, other environments, cultural history
    December 06, 2013
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