These graphic organizers can be used to prepare for a five-paragraph essay, organize sentences in a paragraph, map concepts and events, compare topics with a Venn Diagram, organize notes for a presentation, create a double-entry journal, and much more.
The California Dropout Research Project addresses the educational crisis of dropouts in the California school system through the synthesis of research to inform policymakers and the larger public about potential solutions.
The DC Public Library offers suggested booklists for teens sorted by different categories, such as graphic novels, humor, faith, and fantasy.
AdLit: Books & Authors is a part of AdLit.org, WETA's Adolescent Literacy Web site. Books & Authors offers themed booklists for young adults, exclusive author video interviews, and guided discussions for specific books.
This resource offers comprehensive list of strategies for each phase of the comprehension lesson — before, during, and after reading.
This article by researcher Dr. Deborah Short provides an overview of newcomer programs and how they address students linguistic, academic, and acculturation needs.
This article from the Journal of Education and Human Development highlights an instructional practice designed to give ELL students more access to content by using specific strategies with non-fiction text.
Reading motivation articles on our sister site about adolescent literacy, AdLit.org.
Articles covering a wide range of reading motivation topics from Reading Is Fundamental.
An article from AdLit.org on multicultural considerations when choosing books for high school language learners.