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Language in Education Among Canadian Native Peoples (Language and Literacy Series) by Barbara Burnaby
The Complete Theory-To-Practice Handbook of Adult Literacy: Curriculum Design and Teaching Approaches by Rena Soifer1990
The Child As Critic: Teaching Literature in Elementary and Middle Schools by Glenna Davis Sloan1991
Literacy for a Diverse Society: Perspectives, Practices, and Policies by Elfrieda H. Hiebert1991
Process Reading and Writing: A Literature-Based Approach by Joan T. Feeley1991
The Triumph of Literature / The Fate of Literacy: English in the Secondary School Curriculum by John Willinsky1991
Literacy Events in a Community of Young Writers by Yetta M. Goodman1992
The Politics of Workplace Literacy: A Case Study by Sheryl Greenwood Gowen1992
Whole Language Plus: Essays on Literacy in the United States and New Zealand by Courtney B. Cazden1992
Inside/Outside: Teacher Research and Knowledge by Marilyn Cochran-Smith1993
Partners in Learning: Teachers and Children in Reading Recovery by Carol A. Lyons1993
Social Worlds of Children Learning to Write in an Urban Primary School by Anne Haas Dyson1993
Dramatizing Literature in Whole Language Classrooms by John Warren Stewig1994
The Languages of Learning: How Children Talk, Write, Dance, Draw, and Sing Their Understanding of the World by Karen Gallas1994
Nonfiction for the classroom : Milton Meltzer on writing, history, and social responsibility by Milton Meltzer1994
When Children Write: Critical Re-Visions of the Writing Workshop by Timothy J. Lensmire1994
The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs by Shelley B. Wepner1995
Envisioning Literature: Literary Understanding and Literature Instruction by Judith A. Langer1995
Exploring Blue Highways: Literacy Reform, School Change, and the Creation of Learning Communities by JoBeth Allen1995
No Quick Fix, The RTI Edition: Rethinking Literacy Programs in America's Elementary Schools by Richard L. Allington1995
Talking Their Way into Science: Hearing Children's Questions and Theories, Responding With Curricula by Karen Gallas1995
Teaching Writing As Reflective Practice: Integrating Theories by George Hillocks1995
Unequal Opportunity: Learning to Read in the U.S.A. by Jill Sunday Bartoli1995
The First R: Every Child's Right to Read by Michael F. Graves1996
"You Gotta BE the Book": Teaching Engaged and Reflective Reading With Adolescents by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm1997
The Book Club Connection: Literacy Learning and Classroom Talk by Susan I. McMahon1997
Childrens Literature and the Politics of Equality by Pat Pinsent1997
Just Girls: Hidden Literacies and Life in Junior High by Margaret J. Finders1997
Life at the Margins: Literacy, Language, and Technology in Everyday Life by Mary Beth Bingman1997
Literacy for Life: Adult Learners, New Practices by Hanna Arlene Fingeret1997
On the Brink: Negotiating Literature and Life With Adolescents by Susan Hynds1997
One Child, Many Worlds: Early Learning in Multi-Cultural Communities by Eve Gregory1997
Opening Dialogue: Understanding the Dynamics of Language and Learning in the English Classroom by Martin Nystrand1997
Reading Across Cultures: Teaching Literature in a Diverse Society by Theresa Rogers1997
Restructuring Schools for Linguistic Diversity: Linking Decision Making to Effective Programs by Ofelia B. Miramontes1997
Until We Are Strong Together: Women Writers in the Tenderloin by Caroline E. Heller1997
Writing Superheroes: Contemporary Childhood, Popular Culture, and Classroom Literacy by Anne Haas Dyson1997
Authorizing Readers: Resistance and Respect in the Teaching of Literature by Peter J. Rabinowitz1998
Close to Home: Oral and Literate Practices in a Transnational Mexicano Community by Juan C. Guerra1998
Building Family Literacy in an Urban Community by Ruth D. Handel1999
Children's Inquiry: Using Language to Make Sense of the World by Judith Wells Lindfors1999
Engaged Reading: Processes, Practices, and Policy Implications by John T. Guthrie1999
Learning to read : beyond phonics and whole language by G. Brian Thompson1999
So Much to Say: Adolescents, Bilingualism, and ESL in the Secondary School by Christian Faltis1999
Writing in the Real World: Making the Transition from School to Work by Anne Beaufort1999
Young Adult Literature and the New Literary Theories: Developing Critical Readers in Middle School by Anna O. Soter1999
Beginning Reading And Writing by Dorothy Strickland2000
Critical Encounters in High School English: Teaching Literary Theory to Adolescents by Deborah Appleman2000
Language Crossings: Negotiating the Self in a Multicultural World by Karen Ogulnick2000
Literacy Matters: Writing and Reading the Social Self by Robert P. Yagelski2000
Reading for Meaning: Fostering Comprehension in the Middle Grades by Barbara M. Taylor2000
"Why Don't They Learn English?": Separating Fact from Fallacy in the U.S. Language Debate by Lucy Tse2001
The Best for Our Children : Critical Perspectives on Literacy for Latino Students by Maria De La Luz Reyes2001
Conversational Borderlands: Language and Identity in an Alternative Urban High School by Betsy Rymes2001
Inquiry into Meaning: An Investigation of Learning to Read by Ted Chittenden2001
Inquiry-Based English Instruction : Engaging Students in Life and Literature by Richard Beach2001
Reading Lives: Working-Class Children and Literacy Learning by Deborah Hicks2002
School's Out: Bridging Out-Of-School Literacies With Classroom Practice by Glynda A. Hull2002
The Testing Trap: How State Writing Assessments Control Learning by George Hillocks2002
The Brothers and Sisters Learn to Write: Popular Literacies in Childhood and School Cultures by Anne Haas Dyson2003
Give them poetry! : a guide for sharing poetry with children K-8 by Glenna Davis Sloan2003
Making Race Visible: Literacy Research for Cultural Understanding by Stuart Greene2003
Bridging the Literacy Achievement Gap, Grades 4-12 by Dorothy S. Strickland2004
Critical Passages: Teaching the Transition to College Composition (Language and Literacy Series (Teachers College Pr)) by Kristin Dombek2004
Crossing the Digital Divide: Race, Writing, and Technology in the Classroom by Barbara Jean Monroe2004
Out of This World: Why Literature Matters to Girls by Holly Virginia Blackford2004
Teaching English Today: Advocating Change in the Secondary Curriculum by Barrie R. C. Barrell2004
Building on Strength: Language And Literacy in Latino Families And Communities by Ana Celia Zentella2005
New Literacies In Action: Teaching And Learning In Multiple Media by William Kist2005
On Qualitative Inquiry: Approaches To Language And Literacy Research by George Kamberelis2005
On The Case: Approaches To Language And Literacy Research by Anne Haas Dyson2005
Powerful Magic: Learning From Children's Responses To Fantasy Literature by Nina Mikkelsen2005
Critical Literacy/critical Teaching: Tools for Preparing Responsive Teachers by Cheryl Dozier2006
Once upon a Fact: Helping Children Write Nonfiction by Carol Brennan Jenkins2006
Research on Composition: Multiple Perspectives on Two Decades of Change by Peter Smagorinsky2006
The Vocabulary Book: Learning & Instruction by Michael F. Graves2006
What Was It Like?: Teaching History And Culture Through Young Adult Literature (Language and Literacy) by Linda J. Rice2006
Children's literature and learning : literary study across the curriculum by Barbara A. Lehman2007
Effective Instruction for Struggling Readers K-6 by Barbara M. Taylor2007
The Effective Literacy Coach by Adrian Rodgers2007
Literacy Leadership in Early Childhood: The Essential Guide by Dorothy S. Strickland2007
Reading the Media: Media Literacy in High School English by Renee Hobbs2007
Teachingmedialiteracy.com : a web-linked guide to resources and activities by Richard Beach2007
Writing in Rhythm: Spoken Word Poetry in Urban Classrooms (Language and Literacy) by Maisha T. Fisher2007
Children's Language: Connecting Reading, Writing, and Talk by Judith Wells Lindfors2008
Literacy Essentials for English Language Learners: Successful Transitions by Maria Uribe2008
On Critically Conscious Research: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research by Arlette Ingram Willis2008
On Discourse Analysis in Classrooms: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research (An NCRLL volume) (Language and Literacy Series (Teachers College Pr)) (Language & Literacy (an Ncrll Volume)) by David Bloome2008
On Ethnography: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research by Shirley Brice Heath2008
On Formative and Design Experiments: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research (Language & Literacy (an NCRLL Volume)) (Language and Literacy (An Ncrll Volume)) by David Reinking2008
Storytime: Young Children's Literary Understanding in the Classroom by Lawrence R. Sipe2008
Children, Language, and Literacy: Diverse Learners in Diverse Times by Celia Genishi2009
On Teacher Inquiry: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research by Dixie Goswami2009
Teaching the New Writing: Technology, Change, and Assessment in the 21st-Century Classroom by Anne Herrington2009
(Re)imagining Content-area Literacy Instruction by Roni Jo Draper2010
Artifactual Literacies: Every Object Tells a Story by Kate Pahl2010
Change Is Gonna Come: Transforming Literacy Education for African American Students by Patrica A. Edwards2010
Educating Emergent Bilinguals: Policies, Programs, and Practices for English Language Learners by Ofelia García2010
Harlem on Our Minds: Place, Race and the Literacies of Urban Youth by Valerie Kinloch2010
Literacy Tools in the Classroom: Teaching Through Critical Inquiry, Grades 5-12 by Richard Beach2010
On Mixed Methods: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research by Robert Calfee2010
When Commas Meet Kryptonite: Classroom Lessons from the Comic Book Project by Michael Bitz2010
Bedtime Stories and Book Reports: Connecting Parent Involvement and Family Literacy by Catherine Compton-Lilly2011
Envisioning Knowledge: Building Literacy in the Academic Disciplines by Judith A. Langer2011
On Narrative Inquiry: Approaches to Language and Literacy by David Schaafsma2011
Overtested: How High-Stakes Accountability Fails English Language Learners by Jessica Zacher Pandya2011
Playing Their Way into Literacies: Reading, Writing, and Belonging in the Early Childhood Classroom by Karen E. Wohlwend2011
Teaching Literacy for Love and Wisdom:Being the Book and Being the Change by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm2011
Urban Literacies: Critical Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Community by Valerie Kinloch2011
Words Were All We Had: Becoming Biliterate Against the Odds by Maria De La Luz Reyes2011
Writing Assessment and the Revolution in Digital Texts and Technologies by Michael Neal2011
A Call to Creativity: Writing, Reading, and Inspiring Students in an Age of Standardization by Luke Reynolds2012
Interrupting Hate: Homphobia in Schools and What Literacy Can Do About It by Mollie V. Blackburn2012
Learning From Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms: Using Inquiry to Inform Practice by Joan C. Fingon2012
Reading Girls: The Lives and Literacies of Adolescents by Hadar Dubowsky Ma'ayan2012
Reading Time: The Literate Lives of Urban Secondary Students and Their Families by Catherine Compton-Lilly2012
Trust Me! I Can Read: Building from Strengths in the High School English Classroom by Sally Lamping2012

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