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CONTENT LITERACY WHEEL
Enriching Content Classes/or Secondary ESDL Students Inclusive Education/or the 2r' Century Reading/or Understanding: Toward an R&D Program in Reading Comprehension Report the National Reading Panel: Reports 0/ the Subgroups
English Language Learners
Closing the Achievement Gap,
Students with Learning Disabilities
English Language Learners Prior knowledge.
Students with Learning Disabilities Prior knowledge.
Struggling Readers Prior knowledge.
General Education Students Prior knowledge.
Data Coding and Analysis
Research Question. Research Hypothesis.
Correlation Between Teachers and Content Literacy Wheel Points
Co"elation Between Variables and Content Literacy Wheel Points
Variations Between Groups
The Nature of the Observed CLW Components
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Parti Part 2
Part Research question. Research hypothesis. Methodology
Components Become Cognitive Processes
A Pyramid Becomes a Wheel
Research Recommendations Meet Current Practice
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