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Teach Close Reading and Powerful Writing - 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:

Books and Journals

E-books - coming in 2013!

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


Online Learning 

On Demand Web Seminars

Virtual Conference RecordingsVirtual Conference Recordings

Four grade-level recordings across PreK-12


Facilitated Online Courses

Teaching Close Reading in Academic Writing – beginning January 2013!



If you are looking for on-site, customized support from an expert consultant who can help you better understand the Core Standards and develop an implementation plan, consider working with an NCTE consultant who specializes in CCSS implementation.


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