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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.
“I just need to draw”: Responding to literature across multiple sign systems. The Reading Teacher. 54(2),(2000).
Young Children's Approaches to Books: The Emergence of Comprehension. The Reading Teacher. 64(2), 120 - 130.(2011).
You Can Read This Text, I'll Show You How: Interactive Comprehension Instruction. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 51(5),(2008).
Writing to Learn across the Curriculum: Tools for Comprehension in Content Area Classes. Reading Teacher. 59(5),(2006).
Whole-to-parts phonics instruction: Building on what children know to help them know more.. The Reading Teacher. 52(5),(1999).
What research says about parent involvement in children’s education in relation to academic achievement. . Michigan Department of Education Decision Making Yardstick.(2002).
What Makes Professional Development Effective: Results from a National Sample of Teachers. American Educational Research Journal. 38(4),(2001).
What every teacher needs to know about comprehension. The Reading Teacher. 58(3),(2004).
Using Microsoft® PowerPoint™ to Support Emergent Literacy Skill Development for Young Children At-Risk or Who Have Disabilities. Early Childhood Education Journal. 36(3), 233 - 239.(2008).
Using Clicker 5 to Enhance Emergent Literacy in Young Learners. Early Childhood Education Journal. 36(4), 355 - 363.(2009).
Using a Weekly Story to Plan Creative Activities and Promote Early Literacy in Preschool. Gifted Child Today. 30(3), 26-33,4.(2007).
Transforming deficit myths about learning, language, and culture.. Language Arts. 68(5),(1991).
Transfer of Knowledge from Reading Professional Development to Classroom Practice. National Reading Conference.(2006).
Time to Act: An Agenda for Advancing Adolescent Literacy for College and Career Success. Final Report from Carnegie Corporation of New York’s Council on Advancing Adolescent Literacy.(2010).
Thinking aloud: Struggling readers often require more than a model. The Reading Teacher. 58(7),(2005).
There's Reading... and Then There's Reading: Process Models and Instruction. Focus on the Basics. 1(B),(1997).
Technology-based projects and resources for adult basic education. Focus on the Basics. 4(C),(2000).