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Subject Area: Literacy
Reference list for Secondary Literacy
A reference list compiled for the Secondary Literacy Project
Alvermann, D. E. (2002). Effective literacy instruction for adolescents. Journal of Literacy Research, 34(2), 189-208.
Braunger, J., Donahue, D. M., Evans, K., Galguera, T., & Schoenbach, R. (2004). Rethinking preparation for content area teaching: The reading apprenticeship approach: Jossey-Bass
Conley, M. W. (2008). Cognitive strategy instruction for adolescents: What we know about the promise, what we don't know about the potential. Harvard Educational Review, 78(1).
Denti, L., & Guerin, D. (2004). Confronting the problem of poor literacy:Recognition and action. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 20(2), 113-122.
Denti, L., Guerin, D., & Guerin, G. R. (2007). Effective Practice for Adolescents with Reading and Literacy Challenges: Routledge.
Deshler, D. D., Palincsar, A. S., Biancarosa, G., & Nair, M. (2007). Informed choices for struggling adolescent readers: A research-based guide to instructional programs and practices. New York: International Reading Association.
Fisher, D., & Ivey, G. (2005). Literacy and language as learning in content-area classes: A departure from" every teacher a teacher of reading". Action in Teacher Education, 27(2), 3.
Greenleaf, C. L., Schoenbach, R., Cziko, C., & Mueller, F. L. (2001). Apprenticing adolescent readers to academic literacy. Harvard Educational Review 71(1), 79-129.
Hall, L. A. (2005). Teachers and content area reading: Attitudes, beliefs and change. Teaching and Teacher Education, 21, 403-414.
Harvey, C., & Glenn, J. (2007). NCEA Analysis for Teaching and Learning. Auckland, New Zealand: Team Solutions.
Hiebert, E. H., & Kamil, M. L. (2005). Teaching and learning vocabulary: Bringing research to practice: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Lai, M. K., McNaughton, S., Amituanai-Toloa, M., Turner, R., & Hsiao, S. (2009). Sustained Acceleration of Achievement in Reading Comprehension: The New Zealand Experience. Reading Research Quarterly, 44(1), 30-56.
May, S. (2006). Secondary Schools’ Literacy Initiative (SSLI): Summary of Key Findings
May, S., & Wright, N. (2007). Secondary literacy across the curriculum: Challenges and possibilities. Language and Education, 21(5), 370-376.
McDonald, T., & Thornley, C. (2005). Literacy teaching and learning during the secondary years: Establishing a pathway for success to NCEA and beyond. SET: Research Information for Teachers, 2, 9–14.
McDonald, T., & Thornley, C. (2006). Summary of Findings from the evaluation of the Effective Literacy Strategies: Pasifika Focus professional development project. Retrieved from www.tki.org.nz/r/literacy_numeracy/pdf/effective-literacy-strategies-pasifika-focus.pdf.
McNaughton, S. (2002). Meeting of minds. Wellington, New Zealand: Learning Media.
McNaughton, S., & Lai, M. K. (2009). A model of school change for culturally and linguistically diverse students in New Zealand: a summary and evidence from systematic replication. Teaching Education, 20(1), 55-75.
Moje, E. B. (2008). Responsive literacy teaching in secondary school content areas. In M. W. Conley, J. R. Freidhoff, M. B. Sherry & S. F. Tuckey (Eds.), Meeting the Challenge of Adolescent Literacy: Research We Have, Research We Need. New York: The Guilford Press.
Moje, E. B., & Speyer, J. (2008). The reality of challenging texts in high school science and social studies. In K. A. Hinchman & H. K. Sheridan-Thomas (Eds.),Best Practices in Adolescent Literacy Instruction. New York: The Guilford Press.
O'Brien, D. G., Stewart, R. A., & Moje, E. A. (1995). Why content literacy is difficult to infuse into the secondary school: Complexities of curriculum, pedagogy, and school culture. Reading Research Quarterly, 30(3), 442-463.
Pressley, M. (2004). The need for research on secondary literacy education. In T. L. Jetton & J. A. Dole (Eds.), Adolescent Literacy Research and Practice (pp. 415). New York: The Guilford Press.
Schoenbach, R., Greenleaf, C., Hurwitz, L., & Cziko, C. (1999). Reading for understanding: A guide to improving reading in middle and high school classrooms: Jossey-Bass.
Shanahan, T., & Shanahan, C. (2008). Teaching disciplinary literacy to adolescents: rethinking content-area literacy. Harvard Educational Review, 78(1), 40-59.
Siebert, D., & Draper, R. J. (2008). Why content-area literacy messages do not speak to mathematics teachers: A critical content analysis. Literacy Research and Instruction, 47(4), 229-245.
Snow, C. E., & Biancarosa,G. eds. Adolescent Literacy and the Achievement Gap: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go From Here? Carnegie Corporation of New York Adolescent Literacy Funders Meeting Report. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2003.
Tatum, A. W. (2008). Toward a more anatomically complete model of literacy instruction: A focus on African American male adolescents and texts. Harvard Educational Review, 78(1), 155-180.
Thornley, C., & McDonald, T. (2002). Reading across the curriculum: Secondary school students talk about themselves as readers. SET: Research Information for Teachers, 1, 19-24.
Walqui, A. (2006). Scaffolding instruction for English language learners: A conceptual framework. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 9(2), 159-180.
Wray, D., & Lewis, M. (1997). Teaching factual writing: Purpose and structure. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 20(2).
Wright, N. (2007a). Building literacy communities of practice across subject disciplines in secondary schools. Language and Education, 21(5), 420-433.
Wright, N. (2007b). Teacher leadership: Refocusing pedagogy through literacy. New Zealand Journal of Educational Leadership, 22(2), 1-12.