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A Purpose to Read
Through a service learning grant, this educator was able to foster the love of reading for her students after shool hours. See how this tip can enrich your community!
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Daily Poetry Reading
Help your students improve their oral reading skills and become fans of poetry with nonstop laughs. Ms. Thompson suggests a few fun and funny poetry resources to use with her daily, giggle-filled poetry activity.
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Encouraging Oral Reading
Some teachers create writing prompts to facilitate creative writing. Mr. Shuler creates reading prompts to help students practice their oral reading skills. They prompts are unique, and his students have fun with the assignments.
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Encouraging Parents to Read with their Children
Judy B., a retired teacher, encourages parents to read along with their children and offers guidance on reading techniques such as character voices, shared paragraph reading and making plot predictions.
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Fair Play
Ms. Mitchell and Ms.Odum's students love to perform plays in class, but selecting students for the character roles can become a hassle and leave students disappointed. Read about how they found peaceful and efficient solution!
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Fluency Phones
Who knew that spare bits of PVC pipe could help students master reading fluency? Ms. Hawes, that’s who! Next time you pass the plumbing section at that local hardware store, keep her tip in mind.
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Motivating Dialogue
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and to Ms Reisner, using pictures is a way to motivate her writers! Read mroe about her "Motivating Dialogue" tip, here.
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Musical Shakespeare
Listening to students read Shakespeare aloud can be not-so-pleasant. Ms. Glogg's tip gives students an opportunity to read aloud, and it keeps them on their toes and reading. read more about her "Musical Shakespeare" and see how it can work for you.
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Poison Words
For a change of pace, Ms. Navarro does something she calls Poison Word. By selecting one word that students will come across in reading aloud, this tip ensures that everyone gets a turn to read. See how it works!
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Popcorn Reading
Here's a tip that might help you teach oral reading. And, your young readers might be motivated by incenitive of a popcorn treat at the end of this activity, too!
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