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A comprehensive resource for future and in-service grade 6 - 12 teachers, Content Area Reading, 2/e provides a unique, Common Core-based, student-centered approach using innovative features to help students make connections between what they read and how they apply it in the classroom; the book translates theory into practice through a wide range of innovative instructional approaches. The teaching ideas are initially taught using explicit instruction to scaffold student learning, and student examples from a variety of disciplines are featured throughout the text, along with a variety of readily available teaching resources.
With a central theme of multiple literacies and their effects on today’s teachers and classrooms, the book emphasizes today’s need to be able to reading and write and also to understand a variety of disciplines, navigate a myriad of information sources, examine the author’s intent, and comprehend beyond the printed pages.
The new edition features an entirely new chapter on the Common Core, in which both the College and Career Readiness Standards and the Common Core State Standards are emphasized and “rich instructional tasks” are introduced; a new “Making Connections to the Common Core” feature that appears throughout the text; updated theoretical information; revised websites; and numerous new student examples integrated throughout. In addition, the Appendixes have been revitalized to include a variety of new graphic organizers that focus on using multi-modal text and recognizing and creating text structures, plus new examples of completed student projects.
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About the Author
Maureen McLaughlin is department chair and professor of reading education at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. She earned her doctorate at Boston University in reading and language development. Prior to her tenure at the University, Maureen spent fifteen years as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, and department chair in a public school system.
Maureen served as the 2013 – 2014 President of the International Reading Association and was a member of IRA’s Board of Directors from 2005–2008. During her time on the Board, Maureen was liaison to a variety of committees, including those focused on Bylaws, Adolescent Literacy, and the Common Core State Standards. She also contributed to a variety of documents and position statements, including the Board of Directors’ Code of Conduct and the Conflict of Interest Statement. From 1999 – 2004, Maureen was a volunteer professor in Estonia for the Association’s Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking (RWCT) Project.
Maureen has been a member of several review boards, including those of The Reading Teacher and the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy. She has also published numerous chapters and journal articles focused on critical literacy, reading comprehension, and the Common Core State Standards.
Table of ContentsChapter 1: Teaching in the 21st Century
Chapter 2: Teaching and Learning in an Age of Multiple Literacies
Chapter 3: The Common Core State Standards: Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines
Chapter 4: Comprehending Content Area Text
Chapter 5: Using Comprehension Strategies to Guide Thinking
Chapter 6: Using Comprehension Strategies to Extend Thinking
Chapter 7: Teaching Vocabulary in the Content Areas
Chapter 8: Organizing for Teaching and Learning
Chapter 9: Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students
Chapter 10: Writing in the Content Areas
Chapter 11: Using Technology in the Content Areas
Chapter 12: Inquiry: Key to Critical and Creative Thinking in the Content Areas
Chapter 13: Poetry, Drama, Music, and Art: Alternative Representations of Thinking
Chapter 14: Course-Based Assessment, Evaluation, and Reporting
Chapter 15: Meeting Challenges and Continuing to Learn through Professional Development