The International Reading Association is pleased to present this inaugural cross-journal virtual issue, encompassing selected articles on the topic of comprehension from Reading Research Quarterly, The Reading Teacher, and the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. The following articles have been carefully selected for their potential interest and impact on literacy scholarship and practice.
Comprehension: An IRA Cross-Journal Virtual Issue
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Reading Research Quarterly (RRQ)
Articles selected by Editors Ian Wilkinson and David Bloome (Vols. 43–47, January 2008–December 2012)
Comprehension Strategy Instruction in Core Reading Programs
Peter Dewitz, Jennifer Jones, and Susan Leahy
Rethinking Reading Comprehension Instruction: A Comparison of Instruction for Strategies and Content Approaches
Margaret G. McKeown, Isabel L. Beck, and Ronette G.K. Blake
Using Semantic Ambiguity Instruction to Improve Third Graders' Metalinguistic Awareness and Reading Comprehension: An Experimental Study
Marcy Zipke, Linnea C. Ehri, and Helen Smith Cairns
The Reading Teacher (RT)
Articles selected by Editors Diane Barone and Marla Mallette (Vols. 65–68, September 2011–May 2015)
Comprehension Strategies for Reading Historical Fiction Picturebooks
Suzette Youngs and Frank Serafini
Reading Pictures: Developing Visual Literacy for Greater Comprehension
Kathleen Ellen O'Neil
Using Higher Order Questioning to Accelerate Students’ Growth in Reading
Debra S. Peterson and Barbara M. Taylor
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (JAAL)
Articles selected by Editor Tom Bean and Associate Editor Judith Dunkerly (Vols. 52–55, September 2008–May 2012)
Aboriginal Students Engaging and Struggling With Critical Multiliteracies
Meeting AYP in a High-Need School: A Formative Experiment
Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and Diane Lapp
International Reading Association
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