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How Language Minority Students Can Learn in the Content Areas: An Alternative to Silence

By Beth Winningham
A teacher researcher who studied the experiences of five language-minority students over the course of a school year offers concrete suggestions for improving the learning experience of middle/high school students in general, and English learners in particular. This article could be examined…
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Disciplinary Literacy and Reading Across the Content Areas

For teachers in the content areas, Elizabeth Birr Moje's work provides strong guidance for improving disciplinary literacy. Moje's argues that focusing on disciplinary literacy helps teachers understand the thinking and learning demands students face as they move through different content…
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