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4 Further Reading

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Bomer, R,. & Maloch, B.  (2013).  Informational texts and the Common Core Standards: What are we talking about, anyway?   Language Arts.


Brenna, B. A. & Dunk, A. (2019). Preservice teachers defining and redefining reading and the teaching of reading. Language & Literacy, 21(4), 21-44. 


Gewertz, C.  (2012). History lessons blend content knowledge, literacy.  Education Weekly (use of history primary documents for addressing the social studies CCSS)


Gewertz, C. (2013).  Common Core study: Teachers aiming too low with reading assignments.  Education Week


Harris, R.  (2012).  A librarian's tricks for finding those "complex texts" cited in the Common Core. School Library Journal


Hodge, E. M.., Benko, S. L., & Salloum, S. J. (2020). Tracing states’ messages about common core instruction: an analysis of English/language arts and close reading resources. Teachers College Record, 122(3), 1-42.


Hollander, C.  (2013).  No learning without feeling.  The New York Times (critique of the lack of attention to emotions in responding to literature in the CCSS).


Mosley, S.  (2013).  What should children read?.  The New York Times (advocates more nonfiction reading)


Rethinking Literacy: Reading in the Common Core Era, Education Week 


Silver, H. F., Dewing, R. T., & Perini, M. J.  (2012). Core six: Essential strategies for achieving excellence with the Common Core.  ASCD. Chapter on Reading for Meaning 


Springen, K. (2012).  What Common Core means for publishers. Publishers Weekly

Tovey, S. (
2022). Engaging the reluctant preservice teacher reader: Exploring possible selves with literature featuring teachers. Action in Teacher Education.


Zdonek, P.  (2013).  No nonsense nonfiction: Tips for incorporating nonfiction in the ELA curriculum.  SmartBrief





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