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Literacy Professional Development

Building a Culture of Engaged Academic Literacy in Schools

Selected by the International Reading Association to promote its downloadable IRA E-ssentials series, Literacy Practices That Adolescents Deserve, this text offers examples from secondary schools for using the Reading Apprenticeship instructional framework to engage teachers and students in a inquiry stance toward academic literacy. It’s cool to be confused!

AUTHORS
Cynthia Greenleaf, Ruth Schoenbach, Lynn Murphy
International Reading Association, 2014

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“I was a PowerPoint junkie,” admits Dr. Erika Senegar-Mitchell, an expert biology teacher who carefully crafted slide presentations of what she wanted students to know.

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