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Alsup, J. (2015). A case for teaching literature in the secondary school: Why reading fiction matters in an age of scientific objectivity and standardization. New York: Routledge


Bean, T. W., Dunkerly-Bean, J., & Harper, H. J. (2013). Teaching young adult literature: Developing students as world citizens.  Los Angeles: Sage Publications

 

Beymer, A., Neville, M. L., Wilmot, R., & Watson, V. W. M. (2020). “How do I teach with hope?”: Enacting poetry reading and writing as a form of critical hope in classroom spaces. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 16(1).

 

Bickmore, S., Strickland, T. H., & Graber, S. (Eds.). (2022). How young adult literature gets taught: Perspectives, ideologies, and pedagogical approaches for instruction and assessment. Routledge

 

Burdick, A., Drucker, J., Lunenfeld, P., Presner, T. & Schnapp, J. (2012). Digital humanities. Cambridge: MIT Press. (free download book) 

 

Buturian, L. (2016). The changing story: Digital stories that participate in transforming teaching and learning. Free download book 

 

Cadden, M., Coats, K., & Trites, R. S. (Eds.). (2020). Teaching young adult literature. Modern Language Association.


Chadwick, J., & Grassie, J. (2016). Teaching literature in the context of literacy instruction. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann
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Chau, K. (2014). Fiction teacher students empathy, research shows. Education Week

 

Cook, M. P., & Bissonnette, J. D. (2016). Developing preservice teachers’ positionalities in 140 characters or less: Examining microblogging as dialogic space. CITE Journal, 16(2).

 

Christensen, L., & Watson, D. (Eds). (2016). Rhythm and resistance: Teaching poetry for social justice. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools

 

Dallacqua, A. K., & Sheahan, A. (2020). Making space: Complicating a canonical text through critical, multimodal work in a secondary language arts classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 64(1), 67-77.

 

Dunn, M. B., & Johnson, A. (2020). Loss in the English classroom: A study of English teachers' emotion management during literature instruction. Journal of Language & Literacy Education,16(2).

 

Freeman, M. (2015). The Common Core Has Not Killed Literature. The Atlantic

 

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

 

Hayn, J. A., Kaplan, J. S., Nolen, A. L., & Olvey, H. A. (Eds.). (2015). Young Adult nonfiction: Gateway to the Common Core. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Hayn, J. A., Kaplan, J. S., Nolen, A. L., & Olvey, H. A. (Eds.). (2015). Teaching young adult literature: Integrating, implementing and re-imagining the Common Core. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Hetland, T. (2016). Teaching literature with digital technology: Assignments. Boston: Bedford Books.

 

Jacks, M. (2013). Reading closely for connections in the Common Core. Gotham Schools

 

Kamberelis, G., McGinley, W., & Welker, A. (2015). Literature discussions as mangles of practice: Sociological theories of emergence and/in dialogic

learning events. Dialogic Pedagogy: An International Online Journal, 3

 

Layton, L.  (2012).  Common Core standards spark war over words.  Washington Post (discussion of the focus on nonfiction versus literature in the CCSS).

 

Marks, A. (2014). Enjoying literature: Classroom ready materials for teaching fiction and poetry analysis skills in the high school grades. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

McCarty, R. (2015). Teaching Novels in the Common Core Era


McLaughlin, M., & Gibb-Lucas, A. (2016). Teaching the Common Core: Responding to young adult literature: A motivational perspective. Voices in the Middle, 23(4), 78-83
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Oatley, K., & Djikic, M. (2014, December 21). How reading changes us. The New York Times

 

Oziewicz, M. C. (2015). Justice in young adult speculative fiction: A cognitive reading. New York: Routledge.

 

Rebolini, A. (2014). 24 books you should read now based on your high school favorites. Buzzfeed

 

Rosenblatt, L. M. (1995). Literature as exploration, 5th ed.  New York: Modern Language Association.

 

Seltzer, K. (2020). “My English is its own rule”: Voicing a translingual sensibility through poetry. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education,19(5), 297-311

 

Simmons, A. (2016). Literature emotional lessons. The Atlantic

 

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

 

Wilhelm, J. D., & Smith, M. W. (2016). The power of pleasure reading: What we can learn from the secret reading lives of teens. English Journal, 105(6), 25-30.

 

 

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