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The Vocabulary Book: Learning and Instruction

reviewed by Katia Ciampa, Jill Marron & Gwen Quinn - August 10, 2017

coverTitle: The Vocabulary Book: Learning and Instruction
Author(s): Michael F. Graves
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807757268, Pages: 240, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 10, 2017
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  • Katia Ciampa
    Widener University
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    KATIA CIAMPA, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Education, Hospitality, and Continuing Studies at Widener University where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in reading/literacy. Her research interests include multiliteracies, the role of motivation in literacy learning, and supporting pre-service and in-service teachers’ technology integration into literacy teaching and learning.
  • Jill Marron
    Widener University
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    JILL MARRON, Ed.D. is a teacher educator who has spent her entire career in the field of education. Her research interests include oral language, reading comprehension, and issues of diversity in reading instruction. Jill recently earned her Ed.D. in Cognitive Studies in Reading from Widener University.
  • Gwen Quinn
    Widener University.
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    GWEN QUINN, M.Ed. is a first grade teacher in rural Pennsylvania. She advocates quality education for all children. She strives to develop her practice as she delves into the complexities of teaching. She has a wide range of research interests within the field of early childhood education, specifically oral language and pre-conventional reading development. Gwen is pursuing an Ed.D. in Cognitive Studies in Reading at Widener University.
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