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All Students Need Practice with Complex Texts - Previous Revision

Make research-based decisions about how to accomplish key instructional shifts as called for across the English Language arts standards with the following resources:

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  • Supporting Students with Textual Complexity by Anne Ruggles Gere, Elizabeth Homan, Christopher Parsons, Ruth Anna Spooner, and Chinyere Uzogara. (9-12) 

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Academic Vocabulary – Beginning in January! 



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