The articles in this issue of The Language & Literacy Spectrum are informative and inspiring. Salika Lawrence and co-authors delved into disciplinary literacy as it relates to history and social studies. While Lubna Javeed explained how writing facilitates disciplinary literacy in the area of science. Zoi Traga Philippakos described practices to support sentence construction. Jennifer Van Allen and Lenora Forsythe explained online tools to foster collaboration among teacher candidates. While Geraldine Mongillo and co-authors investigated the communicative strategies of two primary teachers in the United States and Israel. It has been a pleasure to work with these authors and with our dedicated review team and we are proud to present Volume 29 of the Language & Literacy Spectrum. We invite you to read, reflect, and respond by submitting your own manuscript for consideration in future volumes.



Primary Teachers' Use of Communicative Strategies for Linguistically Diverse Learners: A Cross-Cultural Case Study
Geraldine Mongillo, Dorothy Feola, Rochelle Goldberg Kaplan, Vered Vaknin, and Randa Abbas