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The Literacy Web
This site, from the University of Connecticut, provides resources on how the Internet can assist teachers in understanding and using best practices in literacy instruction.
Read, Write, Think
This site, sponsored by the International Reading Association (IRA) and the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), includes information and lesson plans for research-based literacy instruction in comprehension and response to reading.
This site provides lessons, graphic organizers, and instructional support in teaching the literacy strategies of proficient readers.