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Cummins, S., & Stallmeyer-Gerard, C. (2011). Teaching for synthesis of informational texts with read-alouds. The Reading Teacher, 64(6), 394–405.
Dunn, M. (2010). Response to intervention and reading difficulties: A conceptual model that includes Reading Recovery. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal, 8(1), 21–40.
Kelley, M. J., & Clausen-Grace, N. (2009). Facilitating engagement by differentiating independent reading. The Reading Teacher, 63(4), 313–318.
McClanahan, B., Williams, K., Kennedy, E., & Tate, S. (2012). A breakthrough for Josh: How use of an iPad facilitated reading improvement. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 56(3), 20–28.
Ogle, D., & Correa-Kovtun, A. (2010). Supporting English-language learners and struggling readers in content literacy with the “Partner Reading and Content, Too" routine. The Reading Teacher, 63(7), 532–542.
Schoenbach, R., Greenleaf, C. L., & Hale, G. (2010). Framework fuels the need to read: Strategies boost literacy of students in content-area classes. Journal of Staff Development, 31(5), 38–42.
Tissington, L., & LaCour, M. (2010). Strategies and content areas for teaching English language learners. Reading Improvement, 47(3), 166–172.
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