This paper describes instructional choices used by two high school teachers to engage students in the research process. Working with diverse learners in large urban high schools, the teachers used different approaches to support students’ through the research process. The teachers’ intentional teaching helped to engage students through structured and semi-structured explorations of real-world issues.
Lawrence, Salika A.; Jefferson, Tiffany; and Osborn, Nancy
"Engaging Students in the Research Process: Comparing Approaches Used with Diverse Learners in Two Urban High School Classrooms,"
The Language and Literacy Spectrum: Vol. 27
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.buffalostate.edu/lls/vol27/iss1/5