Tag: reading

A Bilingual Path to Literacy Success

I have been the principal at Georgia Brown...

Dyslexia Legislation Only Gets Us So Far

In October, education communities across the country recognized Dyslexia Awareness Month. The National Institute of Health and Yale University found approximately one in five...

Background Knowledge and Where to Get It

Stephen Krashen argues that those who read more know more Wexler (2023) has pointed out that a reader’s background knowledge is a significant predictor...

I Teach Content in Secondary Schools. Do I Need to Teach...

Margarita Calderón, Leticia M. Trower, and Lisa Tartaglia...

Listen to the Bilingual Science!

Two years ago, we (Dual Language Education of...

Antisocial Language Teaching

Multilingual Matters recently published Antisocial Language Teaching: English and the Pervasive Pathology of Whiteness, by Language Magazine contributor JPB Gerald. The centering of Whiteness...

Building Biliteracy

Transfer is important in all learning, but it...

To Cue or Not to Cue: Is That the Question?

Whenever we hear an educator begin a statement...

Guinea book festival aims to improve literacy

The 15th annual ‘72 Hours of the Book’...

English Literacy for Multilingual Learners: Voices from the Field

Moving at the Speed of Light Literacy is at...
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