There is a much needed place for more oral fluency instruction in secondary schools.
Put a new spin on your fluency lessons with an end of unit project where students read aloud picture books to the class.
I wanted to share top ways to engage your readers that I stumbled upon this week.
Picture books are an excellent resource in high school classrooms.
This week I was inspired by great teaching. See how reading to dogs, telling a story, sleeping on the school roof, graphic novels, a single sentence, and three ratios will help you become a better educator.
Are you lucky enough to have volunteers or tutors who want to help your kids in your school? Here’s a must have strategy they should be doing that will help make significant achievement for your readers.
How many graphic novels do you have in your classroom library?
Shared reading can be daunting. How should you structure it? In Reading Without Limits I share a few ideas for ways you can organize a shared and close reading section. … Continue reading