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Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, ISSN 1081-3004, 07/2019, Volume 63, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 40
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The Reading Teacher, ISSN 0034-0561, 07/2019, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 111 - 118
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The Reading Teacher, ISSN 0034-0561, 01/2018, Volume 71, Issue 4, pp. 495 - 500
Digital literacies abound in playing a foundational role in the rhythm and pattern of our lives, yet debates continue about how to harness them to teach and... 
4‐Adolescence | Reflection < Teacher education | Choice | Teacher education; professional development | 3‐Early adolescence | 1‐Early childhood | New literacies < Digital/media literacies | professional development | 2‐Childhood | Socioeconomic factors < Family literacy | Persistence < Motivation/engagement | Digital/media literacies | Motivation/engagement | Home‐school connections < Family literacy | Drama | Visual literacy < Digital/media literacies | Sociocultural < Theoretical perspectives | Popular culture < Digital/media literacies | preference < Motivation/engagement | Specific media (hypertext, Internet, film, music, etc.) < Digital/media literacies | Self‐efficacy < Motivation/engagement | Home-school connections < Family literacy | 3-Early adolescence | Self-efficacy < Motivation/engagement | 1-Early childhood | 4-Adolescence | 2-Childhood | engagement | Popular culture < Digital | media literacies | Home-school connections < Family literacy | Reflection < Teacher education | Digital | CHILDRENS | New literacies < Digital | music | Motivation | etc | TECHNOLOGY | Specific media (hypertext | film | Sociocultural < Theoretical perspectives | Socioeconomic factors < Family literacy | EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH | preference < Motivation | Visual literacy < Digital | Teacher education | Internet | Persistence < Motivation | Self-efficacy < Motivation | Play | Educational Research | Educational Practices | Learning Strategies | Reading Skills | Electronic Learning | Technology Uses in Education | Teaching Methods | African American Students | Males | Literacy
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The Reading Teacher, ISSN 0034-0561, 11/2016, Volume 70, Issue 3, pp. 317 - 325
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The Reading Teacher, ISSN 0034-0561, 07/2017, Volume 71, Issue 1, pp. 33 - 41
This article describes how second‐grade students’ literacy learning was enhanced as they used their developing knowledge of nonfiction in an integrated English... 
To inform instruction | 1‐Early childhood | Standards‐based < Assessment | Information literacy < Digital/media literacies | Text types | Instructional models < Strategies, methods, and materials | 2‐Childhood | Predicting < Comprehension | Instructional strategies; methods and materials | Expectations < Motivation/engagement | Making inferences < Comprehension | Nonfiction | text features < Content literacy | Literature | Instructional strategies | Literary elements < Literature | Constructivism < Theoretical perspectives | professional development | Informational text < Strategies, methods, and materials | Questioning < Comprehension | Literature‐based instruction < Literature | text structure < Comprehension | teaching strategies < Strategies, methods, and materials | Content literacy | Visual literacy < Digital/media literacies | Writing | Teacher education | as inquiry < Assessment | Text features | Children's literature | Case study < Research methodology | Genre studies < Literature | Standards-based < Assessment | 2-Childhood | Literature-based instruction < Literature | 1-Early childhood | methods and materials | Questioning < Comprehension | engagement | Constructivism < Theoretical perspectives | Making inferences < Comprehension | media literacies | Literature-based instruction < Literature | methods | Literary elements < Literature | Genre studies < Literature | Information literacy < Digital | Informational text < Strategies | as inquiry < Assessment | text structure < Comprehension | Case study < Research methodology | Standards-based < Assessment | Expectations < Motivation | EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH | and materials | teaching strategies < Strategies | Visual literacy < Digital | Predicting < Comprehension | Instructional models < Strategies | text features < Content literacy | Grade 2 | Integrated Curriculum | Student Research | Elementary School Students | Language Arts | Common Core State Standards | Authors | Writing (Composition) | Research Methodology | Inquiry | Scientific and Technical Information | Active Learning | Sciences | Writing Instruction | Student Projects | Student Developed Materials | Books | Communication (Thought Transfer) | Study and teaching | School prose | Composition (Language arts) | Authorship
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Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, ISSN 1081-3004, 03/2017, Volume 60, Issue 5, pp. 577 - 580
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Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, ISSN 1081-3004, 05/2018, Volume 61, Issue 6, pp. 621 - 630
Popular culture aids in the conditioning of U.S. society, assisting in the determination of who is esteemed as literate and who is disgraced with illiteracy.... 
4‐Adolescence | Qualitative < Research methodology | Digital/media literacies | Visual literacy < Digital/media literacies | Gender/race/class/sexual orientation | Critical literacy < Theoretical perspectives | Critical pedagogy < Theoretical perspectives | Popular culture < Digital/media literacies | 5‐College/university students | Critical analysis < Digital/media literacies | Specific media (hypertext, Internet, film, music, etc.) < Digital/media literacies | 5-College/university students | 4-Adolescence | Specific media (hypertext | race | Popular culture < Digital | media literacies | sexual orientation | Critical pedagogy < Theoretical perspectives | Digital | Critical literacy < Theoretical perspectives | Gender | film | 5-College | university students | EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH | music | etc | Visual literacy < Digital | BOYS | Qualitative < Research methodology | AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES | Internet | BLACK-MALE | class | Critical analysis < Digital | literacy | pedagogical approach | black male characters | dramatic arts | rhetoric | Luke Cage (television program) | television and video | Rhetorical Criticism | African Americans | Video Technology | Popular Culture | Males | Stereotypes | Literacy | Social aspects | United States | Analysis | Portrayals | Illiteracy | Popular culture | Television | Conditioning | Culture | Empowerment
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Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, ISSN 1081-3004, 11/2017, Volume 61, Issue 3, pp. 289 - 298
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