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If you teach algebra, you may not think of yourself as a reading teacher. But you do know that comprehension, fluency and good communication are key to success in math as well as other subject areas. And the writers of the Common Core agree—the new standards greatly emphasize reading and writing across the curriculum. Click below to explore ways we can all become better teachers of reading, writing and critical thinking.
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Writing Across the Content Areas
Creative ways that every teacher can foster communication skills.
 
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Teaching Fact vs. Opinion
Show students how to separate factual statements from beliefs.
 
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Why Grammar Rules
See why the humble comma is oh-so-important to getting your point across.
 
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How Audiobooks Can Help
Explore how audiobooks can support readers and writers.
 
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Reading in Photos
Check out the great reading ideas we’ve shared on our Pinterest page.

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Talking With Struggling Readers
Dos and don'ts for supporting a student who's struggling with reading.
 
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Setting the Stage for Deep Thinking
How you can promote a learning environment that encourages discussion.

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Lesson Plans
That Work

Explore some of our favorite lesson plans submitted by teachers.
 
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Falling in Love With Reading
How you can nurture a love for reading in every student.
 
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The Impact of the Common Core
How the new standards are changing literacy instruction for all of us.
 
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Meeting the Standards
Download a free reading lesson aligned to the Common Core.

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How to Start
a Book Club

A book club can be a great way to grow students’ love of reading.
 
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