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Collaborative Center for Literacy Development
Literacy Resources Clearinghouse
The clearinghouse includes books, journals, aritcles, research reports, organizations and more for enhancing the instructional practices of Kentucky's educators. Use the search field below to find resources according to Author, titles, year published, type or keywords. You can also browse resouces through the filter option which provides a broader search interface. All resouces can be exported in a variety of formats including Rich Text Format (RTF), XML, BibTex and Google Scholar.
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Using a Weekly Story to Plan Creative Activities and Promote Early Literacy in Preschool. Gifted Child Today. 30(3), 26-33,4.(2007).
Focused anecdotal records assessment: A tool for standards-based, authentic assessment. The Reading Teacher. 58(3),(2004).
The impact of a strategy-based reading intervention on the comprehension and strategy use of struggling adolescent readers. . Journal of Educational Psychology.. 102(2),(2010).
Establishing an Evidence-Based Adult Education System. NCSALL Occasional Paper.(2003).
Equity and literacy in the next millennium. Reading Research Quarterly. 35(1),(2000).
Strategies for Retaining Adult Students: The Educationally Disadvantaged. ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Career and Vocational Education. 76,(1998).
English Language Learners
Becoming Literate: Looking Across Curricular Structures at Situated Identities. Early Childhood Education Journal. 39(4), 257 - 265.(2011).
Double the Work: New Alliance Report Calls for Increased Focus on English Language Learners in Discussions on Improving Adolescent Literacy– A report to Carnegie Corporation of New York. Straight A's: Public Education Policy and Progress .(2007).
English (Second Language)
English as an accelerated language: A call to action for reading teachers. The Reading Teacher. 58(1),(2004).
Teaching reading to early language learners. Educational Leadership. 60(7),(2003).
Teaching struggling readers: Capitalizing on diversity for effective learning. The Reading Teacher. 61(8),(2008).
Whole-to-parts phonics instruction: Building on what children know to help them know more.. The Reading Teacher. 52(5),(1999).
Young Children's Approaches to Books: The Emergence of Comprehension. The Reading Teacher. 64(2), 120 - 130.(2011).