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Reading: Fluency


How Can I Incorporate Readerís Theater and Story Drama to Develop Reading Comprehension? Fluency and Comprehension At Work (K-8)
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Scared to try Readerís Theater or never heard of Story Drama? Techniques will be shared and demonstrated in this seminar to show teachers how to improve studentís comprehension while ENJOYING reading by using readerís theater and story drama. The difference between these two art forms will be discussed and practiced. Students wonít want to stop reading and will understand what they are reading!


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