Stanford History Education Group: Reading Like a Historian - Find lesson plans that teach students how to investigate historical questions by employing reading strategies such as sourcing, contextualizing, corroborating, and close reading.
Reading and Writing in Social Studies - Includes several links to resources on what reading and writing in social studies should look like.
DBQ Project - Outlines a specific process for argumentative writing in social studies.
Literacy Design Collaborative - Offers social studies lesson plans and modules for middle and high school students that are literacy-rich.
Getting Students to Think Like Historians - Describes how to get students to think like historians and answers the important question of why it is important.
Historical Thinking: Memorizing Facts and Stuff - Outlines the elements of historical thinking such as contextualization and corroboration.
Junior Detectives: Teaching with Primary Sources as a Bridge to Disciplinary Literacy - Discusses a series of inquiry-based activities from "My Place in Time and Space," a 5th grade social studies curriculum. These activities build disciplinary literacy skills through working with primary sources.
Literacy in All Disciplines - This resource from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction includes several resources for thinking about disciplinary literacy.