Developing Readers in the Academic Disciplines

What does it mean to read, write, and think through a disciplinary lens? How do you develop students as readers, writers, and thinkers in the different academic disciplines?
Doug Buehl, author of the perennial bestseller Classroom Strategies for Interactive Learning, shows you how to:
* Teach to the match of literacy and disciplinary understanding to bridge academic knowledge gaps
* Frontload instruction that activates and builds academic knowledge
* Build inquiring minds through questioning
Writing with the U.S. Common Core State Standards in mind, Doug shows teachers in all subjects-not just the language arts-how to help students meet literacy expectations. You also get instructional practices to help your students ''work'' complex texts, as well as helpful information for customizing literacy practices to meet the demands of your discipline.

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