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Children's and Young Adult Literature Community — a guide to IRA's resources on literature and using literature in literacy instruction

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Volunteer for a Committee — Volunteer for a Committee

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Adolescent Literacy Overview — A guide to IRA's resources on literacy among learners aged 11 to 18

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Topics and Details: Getting Started With Writing, Lori Jamison Rog, Marvelous Minilessons for Teaching Beginning Writing, K–3, 2006

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So Many Books—How Do I Choose?, Colleen P. Gilrane, Children's Literature in the Reading Program: An Invitation to Read, 2009

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Children's Rights — IRA's position on the rights of children to excellent instruction

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Preschoolers' Developing Ownership of the Literate Register, Beverly E. Cox, Zhihui Fang, Beverly White Otto, Theoretical Models and Processes of Reading, 2004

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Decisions — summary of the possible decisions following review of NCATE accreditation application

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IRA Guide to Style and Usage: Standards for Reading Professionals — IRA Guide to Style and Usage: Standards for Reading Professionals

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Teaching as a Researching Profession — mission statement, contact, and publication information for the Teaching as a Researching Profession Special Interest Group

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Reading Bigs: An Intergenerational Literacy Mentoring Program, Elizabeth Larkin, G. Pat Wilson, Literacy Tutoring That Works: A Look at Successful In-School, After-School, and Summer Programs, 2009

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Engaged Silent Reading, Emily A. Swan, Cassandra S. Coddington, John T. Guthrie, Revisiting Silent Reading: New Directions for Teachers and Researchers, 2010

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Contents of Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts

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Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts (Third Edition), Diane Lapp and Douglas Fisher, editors, 2011

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Media Literacy Summer Camp: What Works and Why, James L. Welsh, Deborah A. Kozdras, James R. King, Jenifer Schneider, Literacy Tutoring That Works: A Look at Successful In-School, After-School, and Summer Programs, 2009

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Helping Struggling Secondary Students Make Connections to Literature, Joan F. Kaywell, Adolescent Literacy, Field Tested: Effective Solutions for Every Classroom, 2009

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Using Postmodern Picture Books in the Classroom, Elizabeth A. Swaggerty, Children's Literature in the Reading Program: An Invitation to Read, 2009

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Children's Literature in Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Classrooms, Nancy Roser, Jennifer Battle, Melody Patterson Zoch, One Classroom, Many Learners: Best Literacy Practices for Today's Multilingual Classrooms, 2009

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Productive Sustained Reading in a Bilingual Class, Jo Worthy, Nancy Roser, Revisiting Silent Reading: New Directions for Teachers and Researchers, 2010

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Are Students Really Reading in Independent Reading Contexts? An Examination of Comprehension-Based Silent Reading Rate, Elfrieda H. Hiebert, Kathleen M. Wilson, Guy Trainin, Revisiting Silent Reading: New Directions for Teachers and Researchers, 2010



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