Fenty, N. S., McDuffie-Landrum, K. & Fisher, G. (2012). Using collaboration, co-teaching, and question answer relationships to enhance content area literacy. Teaching Exceptional Children, 44(6), 28-37.
Flanigan, K., Templeton, S. , & Hayes, L. (2012). What’s in a word? Using content vocabulary to generate growth in general academic vocabulary knowledge. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 56(2), 132-140.
Klinger, J., Boardman, A., Eppolito, A., & Schonwise, E. (2012). Supporting adolescent English language learners’ reading in the content areas. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal. 10(1), 35-64.
Paige, D. D. (2011). Engaging struggling adolescent readers through situational interest. A model proposing the relationships among extrinsic motivation, oral reading proficiency, comprehension, and authentic assessment. Reading Psychology, 32(5), 395-425.
Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.
If you have questions about your required course textbooks, please contact Customer Care at firstname.lastname@example.org