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Want to make a read aloud lesson interactive but aren't sure how? Use these easy to implement steps to get going and watch your students' comprehension levels sky rocket! What Is An Interactive Read Aloud? The interactive read aloud strategy is a whole group lesson where the teacher will read a preselected text that is at least 2-3 grade levels above the students' current grade level. The teacher will pause throughout the book for conversation and discussion. The students will talk to each…
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Hello! Today I share the first post in a series on Interactive Read Alouds. I have so much to talk about and share with you that I decided I couldn’t...
Read aloud time is vital but can be a chore for children who love to move. Here are 50 activity ideas for crafting, building, eating, and moving!
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Teaching reading comprehension in a primary classroom is simple! I have an easy way of how to teach reading comprehension to kindergarten students and beyond!
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It is essential to read to students aloud. Not only is reading aloud to students building language and vocabulary, but it is also sparking children’s love for reading!
Learn how to create effective interactive read aloud lesson plans with three simple steps to help develop students' reading strategies.
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How can we get our students engaged in books? Try some of these interactive read aloud strategies! Check out this blog post full of interactive reading activities. Add any of these 6 engaging activities to your read aloud plans. Includes ideas for lessons, books and anchor charts. Perfect for elementary school teachers! (kindergarten, first grade, second grade, 1st, 2nd)
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Interactive Read Alouds are one of my favorite things to do in the classroom, as you may know. 😉 I love doing them with my class, but they can be a pain to prepare for. Read on for 5 easy steps for how to plan an Interactive Read Aloud. 1. Pick a Book The very first thing you're going to want to do is pick a book. Whether it's a mentor text for your reading or writing lesson, or your students need practice retelling or identifying the story elements, there are so many good books out there…
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ALL ABOUT FRIENDSHIP Friendship and conflict solving skills are so important to teach our kiddos. Our job is to teach them important social skills. They need these tools to ensure successful relationships with their peers and adults. It is tricky, but it can be done! I am sharing some of
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Interactive Read Alouds allow us to teach a broad range of standards within one text. This month's read aloud lessons focus on the Key Ideas and Details and Craft and Structure standards in Literature for Second Grade. They cover answering questions using key details from the text, recounting the story, determining the central message, describing how characters respond to major events and challenges, and describing the overall structure of the story. The books were chosen based on the needs…
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