Interactive reading activities
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Learn how to do an interactive read aloud with your students - and get a free printable book list!
Free Planning guide for Interactive Read Alouds - planning pages, resources, graphic organizers, and information for successful Interactive Read Alouds.
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Guided reading with non-readers can seem pointless, but it is a must-do! See how this teacher structures her guided reading lessons with her non-readers.
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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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Our principal has really been encouraging us to add more writing into our daily lesson plans. "They should be writing all day long" he tells us. The research is there to back him up. I bumped into this Roll and Retell page from Fun In First on Pinterest awhile back and finally figured out how to add it to our learning day. I printed and laminated four copies of the Roll and Retell page to hand out to each of my four table groups. After a round of Daily 5 I handed them out. I also gave each…
Learn how easily make virtual read alouds interactive while distance learning to help students become strategic readers and grow schema.
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Reading will never be boring with these interactive printables...
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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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Interactive Read Aloud Lessons for First Grade | Each set of read aloud plans include anchor charts, posters, a daily lesson plan, assessing and advancing questions for partner talk and reading response, vocabulary, mentor sentences, speaking and listening checklists, vocabulary acquisition checklists, and daily and culminating task journal printables, as well as crafts and directed drawing. Get ready for an engaging interactive read aloud!
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