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By Abdullah, Amal NONFICTION AUTHOR STUDIES IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM. Carol Brennan Jenkins & Deborah J. D. White (Eds.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2007. 160pp. $19.00.
By Patterson, Janice Manning, Maryann STANDARDS FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL LITERACY COACHES. International Reading Association, 2006.
By Long, Deborah OUR HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOMS ARE FILLED WITH STRUGGLING READERS. WE RECOGNIZE SOME OF THEM BY THEIR INTTENTION TO DETAIL, LACK OF ENGAGEMENT WITH TEXT, AND REFUSAL TO USE READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES. BUT MANY OF OUR STRUGGLING READERS ARE MORE DIFFICULT TO IDENTIFY.
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