Disciplinary Literacy
 TitleDescription
Teaching Reading In The Content AreasBy Rachel Billmeyer, Ph.D. Mary Lee Barton, M.Ed.
Center For Research on Learning: Content Enhancement 
NCTM: Reasoning and Sense Making Task Library 
Teaching Disciplinary Literacy to Adolescents: Rethinking Content-Area LiteracyIn this article, Timothy and Cynthia Shanahan argue that “disciplinary literacy” — advanced literacy instruction embedded within content-area classes such as math, science, and social studies — should be a focus of middle and secondary school settings.
Wisconsin Department of Public Education- Mathematical Literacy and the Math Practices 
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