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Dalton, B., & Grisham, D. L. (2011). eVoc strategies: 10 ways to use technology to build vocabulary. The Reading Teacher, 64(5), 306–317.
Day, D., & Kroon, S. (2010). "Online literature circles rock!" Organizing online literature circles in a middle school classroom. Middle School Journal, 42(2), 18–28.
Fry, S. W., & Griffin, S. (2010). Fourth graders as models for teachers: Teaching and learning 6+1 trait writing as a collaborative experience. Literacy Research and Instruction, 49(4), 283–298.
Graves, M. F., & Watts-Taffe, S. (2008). For the love of words: Fostering word consciousness in young readers. The Reading Teacher, 62(3), 185–193.
Karsbaek, B. (2011). Writer's workshop: Does it improve the skills of young writers? Illinois Reading Council Journal, 39(2), 3–11.
Leisner, M. R. (2011). Time well spent: Establishing focused middle school writing conferences. Illinois Reading Council Journal, 40(1), 16–22.
Rasinski, T., Rikli, A., & Johnston, S. (2009). Reading fluency: More than automaticity? More than a concern for the primary grades? Literacy Research and Instruction, 48(4), 350–361.
Romeo, L. (2008). Informal writing assessment linked to instruction: A continuous process for teachers, students, and parents. Reading & Writing Quarterly: Overcoming Learning Difficulties, 24(1), 25–51.
Tomlinson, C. A. (2012). Creating flashlight readers. Educational Leadership, 69(6), 86–87.
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