Reconsidering Read-Aloud

Read-aloud is a time of enjoyment and relaxation for teachers and students—a time when powerful, effective teaching and rigorous learning can take place while keeping the pleasures of reading front and center.

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Read-aloud is a time of enjoyment and relaxation for teachers and students—a time when powerful, effective teaching and rigorous learning can take place while keeping the pleasures of reading front and center.

Reconsidering Read-Aloud invites you to examine both the spontaneous and planned conversations that take place around read-aloud. If these conversations are led by a teacher who knows books and authors as well as language arts standards, outcomes, and objectives, read-al...read more

About the Author(s)

Mary Lee has been teaching fourth or fifth graders for over thirty years. She is also a poet, with poems in six anthologies.

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Introduction
1. The Roles of the Teacher
2. Choosing Books
3. Building Classroom Community
4. General Strategies
5. Fiction Strategies
6. Nonfiction Strategies
7. Evaluation and Assessment
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Bibliography

Resources

Product Details

Grade Range: 4-8
Media: 168 pp/paper
Year: 2001
Item No: 0351Item No: 0833Item No: B351
ISBN: 978-157110-351-2ISBN: 978-157110-833-3ISBN: 978-15711B-351-2

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