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Baker, W. P., Barstack, R., Clark, D., Hull, E., Goodman, B., Kook, J., & ... Lang, M. (2008). Writing-to-learn in the inquiry-science classroom: Effective strategies from middle school science and writing teachers. Clearing House: A Journal Of Educational Strategies, Issues And Ideas, 81(3), 105-108.
Barnes, N. (2009). Hands-on writing: An alternative approach to understanding art. Art Education, 62(3), 40-46.
Bosse, M. J., & Faulconer, J. (2008). Learning and assessing mathematics through reading and writing. School Science and Mathematics, 108(1), 8.
Fernsten, L. A., & Reda, M. (2011). Helping students meet the challenges of academic writing. Teaching In Higher Education, 16(2), 171-182.
Peterson, S. S. (2007). Teaching content with the help of writing across the curriculum. Middle School Journal, 39(20), 26-33.
Saddler, B., & Andrade, H. (2004). The writing rubric. Educational Leadership, 62(2), 48-52.
Wilson, M. (2007). The view from somewhere. Educational Leadership, 65(4), 76-80.
Wolsey, T., Lapp, D., & Fisher, D. (2012). Students' and teachers' perceptions: an inquiry into academic writing. Journal Of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55(8), 714-724.
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