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A Quasi-Experimental Examination of Drama Frames: A Teacher Professional Development Program Targeting Student Reading Achievement

Subjects: Elementary School Teachers; Faculty Development; DramaMeasures of Academic Progress

  • Source: International Journal of Education & the Arts. Jan 2023 24(1).29

  • Abstract: This study examined a professional development (PD) intervention that provided kindergarten-through third-grade teachers with drama-based pedagogy to improve student reading achievement. The PD consisted of ... As Provided

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'Now Our Arab Students Read Arabic Books': Arabic Curriculum Innovation through Children's Literature

Subjects: Arabic; Childrens Literature; Teaching MethodsJordan; Saudi Arabia; United Arab Emirates

  • Source: Arab Journal of Applied Linguistics. 2023 8(1):52-87.36

  • Abstract: The quality of Arabic language teaching and learning can be improved through the implementation of engaging programs and innovative approaches. In ... As Provided

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Teaching Critical Literacy with Challenged and Controversial Books

Subjects: Critical Literacy; Media Selection; Reading Material Selection

  • Source: Texas Association for Literacy Education Yearbook. 2023 10:37-43.7

  • Abstract: This article explores the benefits and problems of teaching with challenged books in the English language arts ... As Provided

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Teaching Literacy Boldly: Talk Nerdy to Me

Subjects: Video Games; Literacy; Language Arts

  • Source: English in Texas. 2023 53(1):16-19.4

  • Abstract: Video games' popularity has continued to increase from their origins within a niche community to something engaged in by the general public. This field of ... As Provided

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Making a Difference: Language and Connections in the Graphic Novel 'Invisible'

Subjects: Cartoons; Novels; BilingualismTexas

  • Source: English in Texas. 2023 53(1):11-15.5

  • Abstract: The graphic novel "Invisible" (2022) by Christina Diaz Gonzalez and Gabriela Epstein demonstrates that adolescents can create a positive difference in the world and build friendships ... As Provided

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'I HATE Poetry!' Understanding through Unlearning: A Poetic Inquiry

Subjects: Poetry; Student Attitudes; Language Arts

  • Source: BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education. 2023 15(1):6-15.10

  • Abstract: Engaging the methodology of poetic inquiry, this paper explores both the teaching and learning of poetry. Through a combination of interpretation and reflection, the reader ... As Provided

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By Way of the Heart: Cultivating Empathy through Narrative Imagination

Subjects: Empathy; Teaching Methods; Personal Autonomy

  • Source: LEARNing Landscapes. 2023 16(1):113-130.18

  • Abstract: When trying to promote empathy, it is not sufficient to merely learn about other people and cultures if we seek to understand them better (Case, 1993). ... As Provided

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Holding up a Mirror to the ELAR Comprehension TEKS: Growth and Potential in the Texas Revision Cycle

Subjects: Language Arts; English Instruction; Reading ComprehensionTexas

  • Source: Texas Journal of Literacy Education. Spr 2023 10(1):59-65.7

  • Abstract: This article focuses on the development of the Texas comprehension standards as found in the comprehension strand of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). ... As Provided

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'Reading Apprenticeship'®. Intervention Report. English Language Arts Topic Area. WWC 2023-003

Subjects: Program Effectiveness; Evidence Based Practice; Standards

  • Source: What Works Clearinghouse. 2023.11

  • Abstract: Students need strong literacy skills to succeed in core academic subjects--English, mathematics, science, and social studies--and to be prepared for college and careers. "Reading Apprenticeship"® ... ERIC

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Differentiated Instruction in Multigrade Preprimary Classrooms in Kenya. Occasional Paper. RTI Press Publication OP-0084-2212

Subjects: Foreign Countries; Individualized Instruction; Mixed Age GroupingKenya

  • Source: RTI International. 2022.16

  • Abstract: There is little evidence of how differentiated instruction is being implemented, if at all, in low- and middle-income contexts, which often have unique challenges such ... As Provided

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