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EDCI 4060: Content Area Reading

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Required Materials

Required Materials

Module 1

Gillis, V. (2014). Disciplinary literacy: Adapt not adopt. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 57(8), 614-623.

International Literacy Association. (2017). Content area and disciplinary literacy: Strategies and frameworks [Literacy leadership brief]. Newark, DE: Author.

Module 2

Moje, E. B. (2008). Foregrounding the disciplines in secondary literacy teaching and learning: A call for change. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52(2), 96-107.

Hynd‐Shanahan, C. (2013). What does it take? The challenge of disciplinary literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 57(2), 93-98.

Module 3

Read Creating Third Space through Critical Interactions in a High School: Examining Latin@ Students’ Experiences in Neocolonial Society.
Jacob Jobe (MED) & Marilee Coles-Ritchie (Ph.D.) (2016) NABE Journal of Research and Practice, 7:1, 142-185

Choose one article to read:

Paris, D. (2012). Culturally sustaining pedagogy: A needed change in stance, terminology, and practice. Educational researcher, 41(3), 93-97.
Gay, G. (2002). Preparing for culturally responsive teaching. Journal of teacher education, 53(2), 106-116.

The Theory and Practice of Culturally Relevant Education: A Synthesis of Research Across Content Areas
Ronson, B., & Laughter, J. (2016). Review of Educational Research, 86(1), 163–206.

Module 4

Read Elaborating Funds of Knowledge: Community-Oriented Practices in International Contexts
Moll, L. C. (2019). Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 68(1), 130–138.

Read Reclaiming Indigenous Languages: A Reconsideration of the Roles and Responsibilities of Schools
 McCarty, T. L., & Nicholas, S. E. (2014). Review of Research in Education, 38(1), 106–136.

Read/listen the article by Gabriel Spitzer Clever Apes #29: Nature and human nature.

Module 5

For Math, Sci, Social Studies, ELA, the Arts: 
Disciplinary Literacy Research and Practice, Explained
For PE/Kinesiology:
Chandler‐Olcott, K. (2017). Disciplinary literacy and multimodal text design in physical education. Literacy, 51(3), 147-153.
Everyone Read: 
Danielsson, K., & Selander, S. (2016). Reading multimodal texts for learning--A model for cultivating multimodal literacy. Designs for Learning, 8(1), 25-36.
Danielsson, K., & Selander, S. (2021). Introduction. In Multimodal texts in disciplinary education (pp. 3-7). Springer.

Module 6
Katz, A. (2013). Positioning students in a new Lens: Art historians, Readers and Writers. Journal of Content Area Reading, 10(1), 7–28. 
Pytash, K. (2011). Teaching PSTS to Take a Disciplinary Approach to Teaching Writing. Journal of Content Area Reading, 9(1), 105–122. 
Spitler, E. (2011). From resistance to advocacy for math literacy: One teacher's literacy identity transformation. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55(4), 306–315.
Lenley, S. M. (2018). Using Inquiry to Develop Art and Music Preservice Teachers' Disciplinary Literacy Pedagogy. The Journal of Literature, Literacy, and the Arts, Research Strand, 5(1), 49–73. 
Cervetti, G., & Pearson, P. (2012). Reading, writing, and thinking like a scientist. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55(7), 580–586.
Social Studies
Damico, J., Baildon, M., Exter, M., & Guo, S.-J. (2009). Where we read from matters: Disciplinary literacy in a ninth-grade social studies classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 53(4), 325–335.  
Hayes, K., Rueda, R., & Chilton, S. (2009). Scaffolding language, literacy, and academic content in english and spanish: The linguistic highway from mesoamerica to southern california. English Teaching, 8(2), 137. 
Physical Education
Wickens, C. M., Manderino, M., Parker, J., & Jung, J. (2015). Habits of practice. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 59(1), 75–82.  
Flynn, R. M. (2004). Curriculum-based readers theatre: Setting the stage for reading and retention. The Reading Teacher, 58(4), 360–365.  

Module 7

Moje, E. B. (2015). Doing and teaching disciplinary literacy with adolescent learners: A social and cultural enterprise. Harvard Educational Review, 85(2), 254-278.

Rainey, E. C., Maher, B. L., Coupland, D., Franchi, R., & Moje, E. B. (2018). But what does it look like? Illustrations of disciplinary literacy teaching in two content areas. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(4), 371-379.

Module 8

Drake, S. M., & Burns, R. C. (2004). What is integrated curriculum? In Meeting standards through integrated curriculum. (pp. 6-17) ASCD.

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