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Reading: Best Practices


What Can I Do to Make Reading “Come Alive” in My Classroom? (K-8)
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By attending this seminar teachers will learn an abundance of strategies related to “read alouds” and the importance of using read alouds. ELL strategies will be incorporated as well as an extensive bibliography of both professional and children’s books. Students will not want to be late for your class when you incorporate these easy strategies!


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Reading: Best Practices

Best Practices In Literacy: Using Current Research To Craft Classrooms That Accelerate Literacy Development
Using Best Practice in Strategies to Support Comprehension Instruction
The Essentials of Reading; Research Proven Instructional Practices for K-3 Classrooms
Creating Passionate Readers and Writers
Reader's Workshop From Start to Finish
Making Sure They Are Really Reading: Strategies For Success
A Tale of Two Genres: Fiction & Expository Texts, Structures & Features
What Can I Do to Make Reading “Come Alive” in My Classroom? (K-8)
What Can I Do With an Author Study? Or Two? Or Three? (K-8)
Shared Reading (K-6)