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The Desire for Literacy: Writing in the Lives of Adult Learners

The Desire for Literacy

Lauren Rosenberg

In this new title from CCCC/NCTE, Lauren Rosenberg shows how marginalized adult learners are able to theorize about their position in society, question dominant ideas, disrupt them, and challenge traditional literacy narratives in American culture.

Studies in Writing and Rhetoric Series.

  

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Teaching Writing Online: How and Why

Teaching Writing: 
How and Why

Author: Scott Warnock

Whether you are new to teaching writing online or are looking for a more comprehensive approach, this book will provide the ideas and structure you need.


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Supporting Students in a Time of Core Standards: English Language Arts, Grades PreK-2

Authors: Susi Long with William Hutchinson and Justine Neiderhiser

This book provides an overview of the CCSS,  offers nine classroom vignettes that highlight teaching and learning moments, and ideas on planning.


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Voices from the Middle

Editors: Doug Fisher, Diane Lapp, Nancy Frey

Voices devotes each issue to one topic or concept related to literacy and learning at the middle school level.

View additional online content from each issue to learn more. 


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