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Maureen McLaughlin is a professor of reading education at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. She earned her doctorate at Boston University in reading and language development. Prior to her tenure at the University, Dr. McLaughlin spent fifteen years as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, and department chair in a public school system.
A member of the Board of Directors of the International Reading Association from 2005 — 2008, Maureen is the author of numerous publications about the teaching of reading, reading comprehension, and content area literacies. A frequent speaker at international, national, and state conferences, Maureen is a consultant to school districts and universities throughout North America.
Table of Contents
|Content Area Reading: Teaching and Learning in an Age of Multiple Literacies 1e|
|Teaching in the 21st Century|
|Teaching and Learning in an Age of Multiple Literacies|
|Standards-Based Teaching and High-Stakes Assessments|
|Comprehending Content Area Text|
|Using Comprehension Strategies to Guide Thinking|
|Using Comprehension Strategies to Extend Thinking|
|Content Area Vocabulary|
|Organizing for Teaching and Learning|
|Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students|
|Writing in the Content Areas|
|Using Technology in the Content Areas|
|Inquiry: Key to Critical and Creative Thinking in the Content Areas|
|Poetry, Drama, Music, and Art: Alternative Representations of Thinking|
|Course-Based Assessment, Evaluation, and Reporting|
|Meeting the Challenges and Continuing to Learn through Professional Development|
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