Lesson Plan: Tell Me What You Really Think
Becoming an active reader is essential to understanding and applying written content. Help your students in grades 5-8 develop a greater awareness of what you read aloud in class. This lesson plan includes step-by-step activities and supplementary materials.
Read Alouds That Resonate
Our popular course Read Out! Building Students’ Literacy and Love of Reading Through Read Alouds helps you choose the right texts for read-aloud time to engage a variety of learners. Motivate reluctant readers, challenge skilled readers, and get your whole class building comprehension, vocabulary, and a lifelong love of stories.
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