You might want to consider updating your browser.
This site looks better and operates more smoothly on newer browsers that support current standards.

The Textmapping Project
A resource for teachers improving reading comprehension skills instruction

About The Textmapping Project

Bullet point The Textmapping Project seeks to contribute to the improvement of reading comprehension skills instruction - to stimulate and encourage research [], and to seed an online community where teachers [], homeschoolers, and researchers [] can learn [], network [], and collaborate [].

Bullet point We are committed to making information about Textmapping freely available to teachers, homeschoolers, and researchers. To that end, most of the information on this site is copyrighted under the CCPL []. You can read more about this license on our copyright [] page.

Bullet point We are also committed to keeping the information on our site accessible [] to individuals with disabilities, as well as to individuals using older browsers, text-only browsers, dial-up internet connections, or no computer at all. This site is designed and coded to meet WAI Level-AAA accessibility guidelines, and it is built using open-standards-compliant code. All information on the site is available on alternative media (including print/hard copy and CD-ROM) and may be ordered by phone or regular mail (see our contact [] information).

Bullet point We welcome your questions, comments, and advice. You can email us at . You will also find a Quick Feedback link at the bottom of every page on this site.

Did you find this information useful?

| top | navbar |

| home | introduction | resources | about us | find |

Down arrow used as visual cue to call attention to the text that follows. small print Down arrow used as visual cue to call attention to the text that follows.

Unless otherwise noted, the content on this web page is © 2002-2007 R. David Middlebrook, and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes under the terms of the CCPL.spacer between topicsUse of the information on this web page constitutes acceptance of the terms of the CCPL and agreement to adhere to the Guidelines for Using Our Content. For more information, see our copyright page.spacer between topicsWe hope that you share our concerns about plagiarism []. Please provide proper attribution.spacer between topics. Please support this site.

Read our Privacy Policy.spacer between topics"The Textmapping Workshops" are a service mark of The Textmapping Project.spacer between topicsThe Textmapping Project is a member of the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) Consortium.spacer between topicsFree JavaScripts provided by The JavaScript Source.

Questions? Comments?: .

Please help us improve the accessibility of this site.

| Is this valid HTML 4.01?  Find out! | Is the style sheet valid CSS?  Find out! | Read the Level Triple-A accessibility guidelines. | Does this page qualify for the Level Triple-A accessibility rating?  Find out! | Read about the Any Browser campaign. | Creative Commons alternatives to standard copyright |

Why are these logos important?

Copyright © 2002-2007 R. David Middlebrook
Terms of Use: