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Academic reading: Sources


  • Alvermann, D., & Earle, J. (2003). Comprehension instruction. In A. P. Sweet & C. Snow (Eds.), Rethinking reading comprehension (pp. 12-30). New York: Guilford Press
  • Bailey, West & Kuffel (2013, Sep). What would my avatar do? Gaming, pathology, and risky decision-making. Frontiers in Psychology.
  • Benson, K. (2020, July 28). Reading on Paper Versus Screens: What’s the Difference?
  • Biaski, P., Brunton, F. & Bunz, M. (2019). Communication: In search of media. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Gillett, A. (2004). Rhetorical Functions in Academic Writing. Using English for Academic Purposes.
  • Grabe, W. (2009). Reading in a second language moving from theory to practice. Cambridge University Press.
  • Grabe, W., & Stoller, F. L. (2011). Teaching and researching reading. Longman/Pearson.
  • Jones, S. & Avelar, B. (2021, June 9). El Salvador becomes first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender. The Guardian.
  • Ministry of Education Ontario (n.d.). Think literacy: Cross-curricular approaches, grades 7-12. Edugains.
  • Nattinger, J. R., & DeCarrico, J. S. (1992). Lexical phrases and language teaching. Oxford University Press.
  • Schmuck, D., Matthes, J. and Naderer, B. (2018). Misleading Consumers with Green Advertising? An Affect–Reason–Involvement Account of Greenwashing Effects in Environmental Advertising. Journal of Advertising.
  • Stone, R. (2013). A Guide to Academic Reading. A Teacher’s Guide to Academic Reading. ESLBeck.
  • Watkins, P. (2018). Teaching and developing reading skills. Cambridge University Press.
  • Wessler, R., Hankin, S., & Stern, J. (2001). Succeeding with difficult clients: Applications of cognitive appraisal therapy. Elsevier.
  • Woolley, G. (2011). Reading comprehension: Assisting children with learning difficulties. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands.