The important book read aloud
The Important Book PptRead alouds can draw students of any age into a community that is knowledgeable and curious about topics and texts, from novels to news reports. English language arts teacher Pernille Ripp, who grew up in Denmark, doesn't remember many rich classroom-reading experiences. What she does remember are the bonds created when her mother read to her at home. When she became a teacher, she knew that "read aloud would be how we built community. Literacy expert Regie Routman agrees.
The Importance of Reading Aloud to Big Kids
October 18, Steven Layne. Leave a comment. What she does remember are the bonds created when her mother read to her at home.
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The Important Book
How can my child be involved? The best way to expose your child to the benefits of reading aloud is to begin at home today. Even just 5 minutes a day can make a real difference in your child's listening skills, language development, vocabulary and imagination. Twenty years of research have proven over and over again that: The single most important thing you can do to help your child become a successful reader is to read aloud as early as possible and as often as possible. How do I read to a child who won't sit still? Try to involve the child by letting him or her choose the book, hold the book and turn the pages.
Teachers could use the pictures and chapter titles to invite predictions. She created the Global Read Alouda monthlong event that brings classrooms around the world together over books. Do you connect your book to your life. Subscribe to ASCD Expressour free email newslett.
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