Anne Ruggles Gere, Elizabeth C. Homan, Christopher Parsons, Ruth Anna Spooner, Chinyere Uzogara
Through video vignettes and audio clips, teachers unpack the CCSS model of text complexity and offer models of teaching students to negotiate text complexity, methods of assessment, and planning for teaching text complexity.
Reading Shakespeare Film First
Mary Ellen Dakin
We need to read Shakespeare in triplicate—as the stuff of transformative literature, theater, and film. The potential for the mutual reinforcement and transfer of twenty-first-century literacy skills between text and film is too promising for classroom teachers to overlook.
Beyond Standardized Truth: Improving Teaching and Learning through Inquiry-Based Reading Assessment
Scott Filkins brings us into his and colleagues' classrooms to demonstrate how high school teachers across the disciplines can engage in inquiry-based reading assessment to support student learning. This title is a Principles in Practice imprint.
Adolescents and Digital Literacies: Learning Alongside Our Students.
Sara Kajder examines ways in which teachers and students co-construct new literacies through Web 2.0 technology-infused instructional practices.