Language for Learning: Towards a language learning theory relevant for education

In Press
Uccelli, P., & Phillips Galloway, E. (In Press). The Language for School Literacy: Widening the lens on language and reading relations during adolescence. P. Afflerbach, P. Enciso, E. B. Moje, & N. K. Lesaux (Ed.), Handbook of Reading Research , 5.
2019
Uccelli, P. (2019). Learning the Language for School Literacy: Research Insights and a Vision for a Cross-Linguistic Research Program. In V. Grøver, P. Uccelli, M. Rowe, & E. E. Lieven (Ed.), Learning through Language: Towards an Educationally Informed Theory of Language Learning (pp. 95–109) . Cambridge University Press.
Grøver, V., Uccelli, P., Rowe, M., & Lieven, E. (2019). Learning through Language: Towards an Educationally Informed Theory of Language Learning . Cambridge University Press.
Uccelli, P., Galloway, E., Aguilar, G., & Allen, M. (2019). Amplifying and Affirming students’ voices through CALS-informed instruction. Theory Into Practice , 59.
2009
Snow, C. E., & Uccelli, P. (2009). The challenge of academic language. In D. R. Olson & N. Torrance (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of literacy (pp. 112-133) . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Snow, C. E., & Uccelli, P. (2009). The Challenge of Academic Language. In D. R. Olson & N. E. Torrance (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy (pp. 112–133) . Cambridge University Press.
2008
Uccelli, P., & Snow, C. (2008). A Research Agenda for Educational Linguistics. In The Handbook of Educational Linguistics (pp. 626-642) . John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Summary This chapter contains section titled: The Main Streams of Work in Educational Linguistics What are the Desired Educational Outcomes? What do Teachers Need to Know about Language? How do We Foster the Desired Linguistic Outcomes for Students and Teachers? Conclusion