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Reading: Read Alouds


Getting MORE From Your Read Alouds
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Read aloud times are a perfect opportunity to increase demonstrations of how good readers interact with print, to show students how we use a wide array of strategies to deepen our understandings about the world, and to intensify the innate pleasure children find during read aloud time. Through intensified demonstrations and minilessons, readers can load up their tool belts with strategies to apply during guided and independent reading or during content area studies. With the addition of music and rhythm, our read alouds can be exciting models of fluency and fun. Join this session for strategies you can use tomorrow.


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Reading: Read Alouds

Getting MORE From Your Read Alouds
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