Literacy Resources Clearinghouse

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B. Cambourne, Conditions for Literacy Learning: From Conditions of Learning to Conditions of Teaching, The Reading Teacher, vol. 54, 2001.
D. Camp, It takes two: Teaching with Twin Texts of fact and fiction, The Reading Teacher, vol. 53, 2000.
S. Cantrell, Rightmyer, E. C., Carter, J. C., Powers, S., Rintamaa, M., Roth, N. P., and Lybrand, D., Evaluation of Kentucky’s Read to Achieve Program 2005-2006, 2006.
S. C. Cantrell, Almasi, J. F., Carter, J. C., Rintamaa, M., and Madden, A., The impact of a strategy-based reading intervention on the comprehension and strategy use of struggling adolescent readers., Journal of Educational Psychology., vol. 102, 2010.
S. C. Cantrell and Hughes, H. K., Teacher efficacy and content literacy implementation: An exploration of the effects of extended professional development with coaching, Journal of Literacy Research, vol. 40, 2008.
S. C. Cantrell, Hughes, H. K., Burns, L., and Carter, J. C., Content Literacy Professional Development: An Intensive Program for Middle- and High-School Teachers - Year Two, 2006.
S. C. Cantrell, Burns, L., and Callaway, P., Middle and high school content area teachers’ perceptions about literacy teaching and learning, Literacy Research and Instruction, vol. 48, 2009.
S. C. Cantrell and Carter, J. C., Relationships among learner characteristics and adolescents’ perceptions of reading strategy use., Reading Psychology, vol. 30, 2009.
S. C. Cantrell and Callaway, P., High and low implementers of content literacy instruction: Portraits of teacher efficacy, Teaching and Teacher Education, vol. 24, 2008.
P. Carney, Pittard, M., and Taylor, C., The State of Reading First in Kentucky - An Evaluation Study: Year Two, 2006.
D. R. Carter, Chard, D. J., and Pool, J. L., A Family Strengths Approach to Early Language and Literacy Development, Early Childhood Education Journal, vol. 36, pp. 519 - 526, 2009.
J. Catone, Top 10 Sites to Learn Something New in 10 Minutes a Day, Submitted.
C. Chapman and King, R., Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Reading in the Content Area, 2ndnd ed. Corwin, 2009.
A. V. Ciardiello, Democracy’s young heroes: An instructional model of critical literacy practices., The Reading Teacher, vol. 58, 2004.
K. F. Clark and Graves, M. F., Scaffolding students’ comprehension of text, The Reading Teacher, vol. 58, 2004.
J. Comings, Establishing an Evidence-Based Adult Education System, 2003.
M. Commeyras, Provocative questions that animate my thinking about teaching., Language Arts, vol. 80, 2002.
C. Compton-Lilly, Teaching struggling readers: Capitalizing on diversity for effective learning, The Reading Teacher, vol. 61, 2008.
G. Comuntzis-Page, Critical issues: Creating the school climate and structures to support parent and family involvement, 1996.
D. T. Conley, Toward a More Comprehensive Conception of College Readiness, 2007.
D. T. Conley, Rethinking College Readiness, New England Journal of Higher Education, vol. 2008, 2008.
D. J. Cooper, Chard, D. J., and Kiger, N. D., The Struggling Reader: Interventions That Work. Scholastic, 2006.
J. Cromley, Metacognition, Cognitive Strategy Instruction, and Reading in Adult Literacy, Review of Adult Learning and Literacy, vol. 5, 2005.
P. Cunningham, Struggling Readers: "If They Don’t Read Much, How They Ever Gonna Get Good?, The Reading Teacher, vol. 59, 2005.

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