The Common Core Goes to College: The Potential for Disciplinary Literacy Approaches in Developmental Literacy Classes

July 2014
Journal of College Reading & Learning (College Reading & Learnin;2014, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p85
Academic Journal
The article reports on creation of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for developing qualifying standards of students. Topics discussed include debate on CCSS's role in early grades, implementation of CCSS's English Language Arts (ELA) in several states of the U.S., call of CCSS for complex text practice for understanding academic language, need of learning reading strategies for students for content areas' reading and involvement of vocubulary in text complexity.


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