Literacy Glossary

References

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Daniels, H. (1994). Literature circles. Voice and choice in book clubs and reading groups. New York, NY: Stenhouse.

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Raphael, T.E., Pardo, L.S., Highfield, K., & McMahon, S.I. (1997). Book club: A literature-based curriculum. Littleton, MA: Small Planet Communications.

Slavin, R.E. (1987). Cooperative learning: Where behavioral and humanistic approaches to classroom motivation meet. Elementary School Journal, 88(1), 29–37.