Content area reading and learning: instructional strategies
This user-friendly book engages readers in a process of continuous learning activities before, during, and after their reading of the book. The practical applications and reading activities dispersed throughout the book make it a working model of what it recommends as good teaching practice.
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Reading and Learning Strategies: Middle Grades Through High School
Susan Davis Lenski,Mary Ann Wham,Jerry John
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The Current State of the Art
The Teacher and the Text
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