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EDRE 4820: Reading and Writing in Grades 4–8

Useful library information for EDRE 4820, Reading and Writing in Grades 4–8, Tiffany Larson

Required Readings for EDRE 4820

Comber, B. (2015). Critical literacy and social justice. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 58(5), 362-367.

Ford, R., & Lee, Megan E. (2018). Fostering a new approach to vocabulary, 30 years in the making. High School Education, 107(4), 39-44.

Davis, A., & Forbes, L. (2016). Doing the impossible: Motivating middle school students. Voices From The Middle, 23(4), 14-18.

Lupo, S.M., Strong, J.Z., Lewis, W., Walpole, S. & McKenna, M.C. (2017). Building background knowledge through reading: Rethinking text sets. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(4), 433-444.

Fu, D., & Hansen, J. (2012). Writing: A mode of thinking, Language Arts, 89(6), 426-431.

Steward, M.A. (2016). Nurturing caring relationships through five simple rules. English Journal, 105 (3). 22-28

Serafini, F., & Youngs, S. (2013). Reading workshop 2.0: Children’s literature in the digital age. The Reading Teacher, 66(5), 401-404

Wang, X (2015) Understanding Language and Literacy Development: Diverse Learners in the Classroom. Chichester, England. Wiley Blackwell.

 

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