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The Georgia Journal of Reading's Fall 2009 issue theme is 'Literacy Theory Into Practice: What is Working' and includes:

Message From the Editor by Elizabeth Pendergraft (pg. 5)

Organically Grown: Development of the Georgia State University Urban Literacy by Clinic Lori Elliott and Nancy Lee Daily (pg.6)

University-School Partnerships: A True Story of How They Work and Who They Help by Loleta D. Sartin and Vicki Luther (pg. 9)

An Efficient Reading Diagnosis and Effective Intervention Plan Provides Answers for Parents and Teachers by Sallie Averitt Miller and Jeffery T. Conklin (pg. 15)

The Five Components of Reading Workshop: Preservice Teacher Learning From Literacy Practitioners by Sharry Sackor (pg. 26)

Tricks of the Trade: Using Controlled Choice to Increase Student Engagement and Accountability by Katie Greene (pg. 30)

Publication Date

Fall 2009


Georgia Reading Association


literacy, theory, reading


Language and Literacy Education

GJR Volume 22 Number 2 Fall 2009