Reading, Writing, Discussing: An Interactive Approach to Teaching in the Content Areas
Content area reading necessitates that students develop effective study strategies. Farrar (1986) pointed out that much of the reading in the content areas requires higher thinking skills than for narrative passages and noted that "examining one's own opinions, judgments, and reactions in relation to what the author has presented and applying that knowledge to new situations marks a qualitative jump from the... comprehension of the basal reader" (p. 46).
Farris, P. J., Fuhler, C., & Ginejko, M. L. (1991). Reading, Writing, Discussing: An Interactive Approach to Teaching in the Content Areas. Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts, 31 (4). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol31/iss4/1