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A Cognitive Strategies Approach to Reading and Writing Instruction for English Language Learners in Secondary School

By Carol Booth Olson and Robert Land
This article documents a longitudinal research study conducted by members of the UC Irvine Writing Project in partnership with a large, urban school district in which 93 percent of the students are English language learners. Over an eight-year period, 55 secondary teachers implemented a…
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Teaching Democracy Across the Curriculum

Educators from the Boise State Writing Project studied together and created units of study across the curriculum that give students opportunities to be citizen historians.
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