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Gendong, Shi – Kappa Delta Pi Record, 2018
Shi Gendong wrote this essay in response to the topic "Even Laureates Were Beginners Once: Lessons Learned Along the Way," which was the title of the Laureate Panel at the Kappa Delta Pi Convocation in October 2017.
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Success, Career Choice, Foreign Countries
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Hudson, John – Composition Forum, 2014
Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender-Queer (LGBTQ) representation in composition readers remains limited and is frequently nonexistent. In addition, the LGBTQ-related materials that do find their way into composition readers are often problematic. In this essay I explain why WPAs and composition teachers should be concerned about LGBTQ representation…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Identity, Sexual Orientation, Reading Materials
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McDaniel, Kathryn N. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2014
Too often, students reach college without the learning, critical thinking, and literacy skills they need to succeed in higher education. Recent educational trends that promote teaching to the test, short reading and writing assignments, group work, and technological resources contribute to students' difficulties transitioning to college-level…
Descriptors: Reading Skills, Teaching Methods, Attention, College Preparation
Swanson, Mary; Parrott, Martha – Online Submission, 2013
In a new era of Common Core State Standards (CCSS), teachers are expected to provide more rigorous, coherent, and focused curriculum at every grade level. To respond to the call for higher expectations across the curriculum and certainly within reading, writing, and mathematics, educators should work closely together to create mathematically…
Descriptors: State Standards, Literacy, Mathematics Instruction, State Policy
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Hermann-Wilmarth, Jill; Ryan, Caitlin L. – Language Arts, 2013
Two literacy leaders acknowledge the challenges of teaching LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) issues in the classroom. While children come from a variety of family structures, it is necessary to acknowledge that a gay individual was once a child sitting in a classroom. An argument against marginalization and an advocacy for inclusion of…
Descriptors: Language Arts, Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity
Truby, Dana – Instructor, 2012
Teachers know that establishing a robust independent reading program takes more than giving kids a little quiet time after lunch. But how do they set up a program that will maximize their students' gains? Teachers have to know their students' reading levels inside and out, help them find just-right books, and continue to guide them during…
Descriptors: Reading Skills, Reading Programs, Reading Improvement, Independent Reading
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Schickedanz, Judith A.; Collins, Molly F. – Reading Teacher, 2012
This article focuses on young children's misinterpretations of storybook illustrations. Examples of misinterpretations drawn from preschool classrooms are presented and analyzed to explain four kinds of confusion that are typically involved. Based on these analyses, the authors argue that young children are capable of the reasoning required to…
Descriptors: Reading Strategies, Grade 1, Preschool Children, Kindergarten
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Morgan, Denise N.; Rasinski, Timothy V. – Reading Teacher, 2012
Using primary sources with students has untapped potential for expanding and deepening the reading experiences of elementary and middle grade students. Primary sources expands teachers' palette of reading materials, allows students to connect more closely to topics for learning, and deepens their understanding of the past. This article argues for…
Descriptors: Reading Materials, State Standards, Primary Sources, Thinking Skills
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Smith, Cheryl Hogue – Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 2011
Intertextuality is a vital component of college reading and writing. In order to write a paper that requires the synthesizing of readings, students must recognize the intertextual connections among all their sources. Instruction that fosters intertextual awareness in basic writers can help them overcome their tendency to compartmentalize what they…
Descriptors: College Students, Writing (Composition), Teaching Methods, Writing Instruction
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Gleason, Carrie – Knowledge Quest, 2011
In the past few years, there has been increasing demand from school librarians for books for "reluctant readers"--despite the impressive offering of children's literature published each year and the success of blockbuster series like "Harry Potter, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Twilight," and "Hunger Games," among others. This is also in addition to all…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Adolescent Literature, Reading Ability, Librarians
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Gambrell, Linda B. – Reading Teacher, 2011
Noted scholar, teacher educator, and IRA past-president Linda Gambrell answers readers' questions about motivating young and struggling readers.
Descriptors: Reading Motivation, Reading Difficulties, Reading Instruction, Student Motivation
Taylor, Alan M. – Reading in a Foreign Language, 2010
The author really enjoyed reading the study by Cheng and Good (2009). The results of their study seem especially interesting from the point of view of reading comprehension. Indeed, their results mirror to some degree Joyce's (1997) study, in which glossing actually had a somewhat negative effect on third semester second language (L2) readers'…
Descriptors: Reading Comprehension, Second Language Learning, Instructional Materials, Difficulty Level
Green, John – School Library Journal, 2010
It is a fun parlor game to speculate about what the future of books will look like. The author wonders whether stories will be read on screens and supplemented with gaming, illustration, video, and multimedia riddles. In this essay, the author shares his vision of the future of reading and describes what he learned from writing a story based on…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Innovation, Novels, Library Materials
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Badger, Richard; MacDonald, Malcolm – Applied Linguistics, 2010
Authenticity has been a part of the intellectual resources of language teaching since the 1890s but its precise meaning and implications are contested. This commentary argues for a view of authenticity which recognizes the limits of the concept as a guide for pedagogic practice and acknowledges the fact that texts are processes rather than…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Teaching Methods, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning
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McNair, Jonda C. – Reading Teacher, 2010
The purpose of this article is to assert that there are classic African American children's books and to identify a sampling of them. The author presents multiple definitions of the term classic based on the responses of children's literature experts and relevant scholarship. Next, the manner in which data were collected and analyzed in regard to…
Descriptors: Classics (Literature), Childrens Literature, African American Children, African American Culture
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