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Exploring the use of graphic novels in the classroom: Does exposure to non-traditional texts increase the reading comprehension skills and motivation of low-functioning adolescent readers?
Children's perception of the learning of English as a second language and the textbooks used in the classroom in the colonial/postcolonial context of Puerto Rico
Repeated readings and science: Fluency with expository passages
Strategy instruction for typically developing children: Joint book reading with children with autism spectrum disorder who require augmentative and alternative communication
The effect of various online reading strategies and learning styles on student achievement of different learning objectives
A phenomenological study of systemic literacy change
No secrets to conceal: Dynamic assessment and a state mandated, standardized 3rd grade reading test for children with learning disabilities
Effects of repeated reading and time-delay vocabulary on reading behaviors of adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders
Parents using explicit instruction to teach reading to their children at-risk for reading difficulties
Readers Theatre: Its effectiveness in improving reading fluency, student motivation, and attitudes toward reading among second-grade students
The impact of dialogic reading: Facilitating language acquisition of young children with hearing impairments in Taiwan
Literacy and identity: Reflections of six African American males in an adult literacy program
Libraries and literacy in ecological perspective
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