Read It Again!

Revisiting Shared Reading

In this book, Brenda Parkes introduces new teachers to shared reading and helps experienced teachers revitalize this important teaching practice. Starting with the bedtime story, Read It Again! outlines the essential elements and benefits of shared reading and provides detailed examples that show how a shared reading session unfolds in the classroom.

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In this book, Brenda Parkes introduces new teachers to shared reading and helps experienced teachers revitalize this important teaching practice. Starting with the bedtime story, Read It Again! outlines the essential elements and benefits of shared reading and provides detailed examples that show how a shared reading session unfolds in the classroom.

By including examples of implicit and explicit teaching, Brenda demonstrates how shared reading helps children develop a range o...read more

This book anchors shared reading as an essential element within a comprehensive and balanced literacy program.

Margaret Mooney

About the Author(s)

As a staff developer and the author of many shared reading books, including Who's in the Shed?, The Enormous Watermelon, and The Royal Dinner, Brenda Parkes is uniquely placed to write this book.

Table of Contents

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1. Shared Reading
2. Shared Reading in the Classroom: Capturing the Essentials of the Bedtime Story
3. Using Shared Reading for Implicit and Explicit Instruction
4. Shared Reading in Action
5. How Shared Reading Contributes to the Other Components of a Balanced Literacy Program
6. Working with Narrative Texts
7. Informational Texts
8. Innovating on Shared Reading Books: The Reading-Writing Connection
9. Choosing Resources for Shared Reading
Appendix A: Who's in the Shed? The Author's Perspective
Appendix B: Nonfiction Series
References

Product Details

Grade Range: K-3
Media: 160 pp/paper
Year: 1999
Item No: 0304Item No: 0919Item No: B304
ISBN: 978-1-57110-304-8ISBN: 978-157110-919-4ISBN: 978-15711B-304-8

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