Literacy Resources Clearinghouse

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[ Author(Desc)] Title Type Year
J. A. Alamprese, Teaching Reading to First-Level Adults: Emerging Trends in Research, Focus on the Basics, vol. 5, 2001.
J. Allen, More Tools for Teaching Content Literacy. Stenhouse Publishers, 2008.
J. Allen, Tools for Teaching Content Literacy. Stenhouse Publishers, 2004.
R. Allington, What Really Matters for Struggling Readers. Boston, MA: Pearson, Inc, 2006.
J. F. Almasi, Costanzo, Z., Crout, M., Frank, S. T., Harrison, P., Owczarzak, J., and Priddy, J., An Evaluation of the Impact of the Kentucky Reading Project on Teacher and Student Growth, 2006-2007, 2007.
J. F. Almasi, Madden, A., Montgomery, S., and Culver, J., An Evaluation of the Impact of the Kentucky Reading Project on Teacher and Student Growth, 2005-2006, 2006.
D. E. Alvermann and Xu, S. H., Children’s everyday literacies: Intersections of popular culture and language arts instruction, Language Arts, vol. 81, 2003.
J. Anderson, Mechanically inclined: Building Grammar, Usage, and Style into Writer's Workshop . Stenhouse Publishers, 2005.
D. Appleman and Graves, M., Reading Better, Reading Smarter: Designing Literature Lessons for Adolescents . Heinemann, 2011.
D. Aronson, Formative Assessment: Helping Children Grow, The Council Chronicle, 2007.
T. J. Arthaud and Goracke, T., Implementing a structured story web and outline strategy to assist struggling readers., The Reading Teacher, vol. 59, 2006.
I. R. Association, Teaching Reading Well: A Synthesis of the International Reading Association’s Research on Teacher Preparation for Reading Instruction, 2007.
K. H. Au and Raphael, T. E., Equity and literacy in the next millennium, Reading Research Quarterly, vol. 35, 2000.
D. C. Bauman and Wasserman, K. B., Empowering Fathers of Disadvantaged Preschoolers to Take a More Active Role in Preparing Their Children for Literacy Success at School, Early Childhood Education Journal, vol. 37, pp. 363 - 370, 2010.
C. G. Beamon, Differentiation for the Adolescent Learner: Accomodating Brain Development, Lanuage, Literacy, and Special Needs. Corwin, 2008.
H. Beder, Tomkins, J., Medina, P., Riccioni, R., and Deng, W., Learner’s Engagement in Adult Literacy Education, 2006.
K. Beers, Probst, R., and Rief, L., Adolescent Literacy: Turning Promise into Practice. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2007, p. 432.
K. Beers, When Kids Can't Read: What Teachers Can Do (A Guide for Teachers 6-12). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2002.
A. Belzer, Learners on Learning to Read, Focus on the Basics, vol. 8, 2006.
A. Belzer, Drennon, C., and Smith, C., Building Professional Development Systems in Adult Basic Education: Lessons from the Field, Review of Adult Learning and Literacy, vol. 2, 2001.
P. Boyd-Batstone, Focused anecdotal records assessment: A tool for standards-based, authentic assessment, The Reading Teacher, vol. 58, 2004.
B. A. Bradley and Jones, J., Sharing alphabet books in early childhood classrooms, The Reading Teacher, vol. 60, pp. 452-457,459-463, 2007.
S. Brown, Becoming Literate: Looking Across Curricular Structures at Situated Identities, Early Childhood Education Journal, vol. 39, pp. 257 - 265, 2011.
M. Burt, Peyton, J., and Adams, R., Reading and Adult English Language Learners: A Review of the Research. Washington, D.C.: Center for the Applied Linguistics, 2003.
R. Byrne, Free Technology to Teachers, Submitted.