Read Alouds


"In read-aloud, the teacher reads to the whole class, building on students' existing skills while introducing different types of literature and new concepts. Read-aloud models fluent and expressive reading, develops comprehension and critical thinking strategies -- including the ability to make connections, visualize stories, and formulate questions -- and builds listening skills. A read-aloud can be conducted without interruption, or the teacher can pause to ask questions and make observations."

Teaching Reading


  • READ ALOUD
http://www.esiponline.org/classroom/foundations/reading/readalouds.html This site is particularly relevant for science



How have you used Read Alouds in your classes?

What have you noticed?