Paul McCartney in a Hurricane: Pairing If <i>I Ever Get Out of Here</i> and <i>Drowned City</i> in a Content Area Literacy course
AbstractAshley Dallacqua and Rick Marlatt examine the challenges in linking the classroom concepts of specific Content Area Literacy and Young Adult Literature. They suggest that developing a range of pathways for readers to engage, learn, and question within their particular literacy communities enable them to appreciate and build the different ways that texts can speak to them.
The Tortoise's Tale
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