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Literacy Practices That Adolescents Deserve

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Heather Casey, Susan Lenski, & Carol Hryniuk-Adamov

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Continuing the practice of working with print alone compromises adolescents' literacy development and their ability to successfully integrate into the global literacy community as adults. This article explores the use of technology and digital devices in school and how this approach opens up possibilities for students to construct meaning in new ways.

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