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Text Complexity

Text Complexity

As society and technology change, so does literacy. 

How do we support our students to comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently?

Whether you are a classroom teacher looking for ideas or responsible for leading professional learning, we invite you to learn from and with the thousands of educators that call NCTE home.

 

 

Books & Journals

Text ComplexityText Complexity: Supporting Student Readers, Grades 9-12 ENHANCED EBOOK by Anne Ruggles Gere, Elizabeth C. Homan, Christopher Parsons, Ruth Anna Spooner, and Chinyere Uzogara




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Voices from the Middle, September 2012


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Online Learning

Investigation: Teaching & Assessing Synthesis of Informational Texts (Grades 3-8)

Text Complexity and Close Reading (On Demand Web Seminar)

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Research & Position Statements

NCTE StatementsNCTE Guidelines for Dealing with Censorship of Nonprint and Multimedia Materials 

Students Right to Read

 

National Center for Literacy Education

Literacy in Learning ExchangeWorking in Concert to Strengthen Literacy Education Across the NationCollaborative tools, resources, and groups engaged in professional learning around literacy topics such as text complexity.

 

ReadWriteThink

ReadWriteThink.org provides instructional practices and digital resources that support effective reading and language arts instruction for all learners.

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Onsite Consulting Services

Sometimes access to high quality resources isn’t enough.  NCTE offers onsite consulting services on a range of topics associate with decision-making about Common Core Standards and text complexity. 

Contact profdev@ncte.org to learn more!

 

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